The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 29, 1939 · Page 9
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 9

Ludington, Michigan
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Friday, September 29, 1939
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 29,1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUD1NGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE NINE Want Ad Bargains PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER An Unexpected Liability LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per line for consecutive In•ertlons: Three days, 3 lines ..... I .81 I •« One day. :i lines ......... 36 .30 Advertising ordered for Irrenilar In- ncrtions takes the one time Insertion rale; no ad taken for less than basis of llirey lines. Count six average words to the line. Charge ads will be received by telephone, and If paid at The Daily News Olflcp within six days from the first Insertion cash rate will be allowed. Ads ordered for three or Jlx days and stopped before expiration will be charged only for the number of times thi \d appeared and the adjustment maue at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Rate per line Tor white space It the name as a line of copy. P — — --- - ----Announcements Mowers ar.ii Mourning Goodi 4 irr FI.OWEKS— And funeral work, Tel. 672. Frank Sordine, 810 K. Ltidlngton Ave. JUST RECEIVED New Shipment of HATS 98c~$1.98 All fall shades including; black. PENNEY'S Personals ronlaln UET VIGOR AT ONOE! New Ostrnx Tonic Tablets general Invigoratnrs, blood for ^ "regenerators, • nysicr cirniKins mi vim, viRor, pep. KCR. $1.00 size, special fmtnv K'li- rail, write Sahlfiiiirk's Phar- Automotive ,i/u.r>—rboaci-A Fords, Chcvrolets, Viymoutlis. Used cars, $20.00 up. Barton's, East I.udington avenue. Ol.OSMUOnil.K—2-door sedan. Best caMi offer takes It. Inq. 813 N. Rowc St. Tel. 787-W. IDSlTcilKVHOI.KT COACH—1030 Chevrolet ruupr. 193« Chevrolet coach. Used tins and parts, Lndlngton Auto Parts, l' blk. west of city hall. Dressmaking and Millinery 21 HKMSTITCJIINd—Stamped goods; ladies', children's new fancy aprons, hankies. Needlework Shop, 211 S. Jas. Employment Ranted — Female WOMAN WANTED— For general housework. Phone 40-F-2. County Farm. Financial Moncy~to~Loan—Mortgages 40 MONEY—Loaned to farmers at lowest cost in history of PCA for farming purposes. Office hours: Monday and i Tuesday forenoons. CIrand Ilaptds Production Credit Ass'n., Occana County Svgs. Hank Bldj;., Hart. Merphaudifle Articles for Sale •JTrailers 11A HOl.'SK TKAIl.KIl—For sale, Rood for hunters. Imiuirc at 713 N. Kowc St. Repairing—Service Stations 16 ACKTYI.KNK WKI.OINr. — Hy expert methods that stand the t-st of time, llrtka (iaraqe, 1102 S. Madison St. BusinesT Service AI. IH'MAS RADIO SERVICE—RC'A Victor Radio. E\pcrt service on any radio. 225 S. .James SI., and Scollville CIDER MILL—Now in operation. Pressing days, Tuesdays and Fridays. Frank Jamiz.' 1 " mile west of Fountain. AUTOMATIC SHOTfiUN—12-gauge, for sale. Inquire at 308 E. Melcntly St. Tel. 1258. AT lIAIUiAIN PRICES— «. h.p,, HO-volt GO-cy. (General Electric" Rebuilt Motors. L. Matllx Store, Scottville. IIAIJY HUC:r,Y—In good condition, for sale. .Mrs. Eugene Hilton, 608 K. Dan- alier St. HOW ARK YOUR EYES?—If they bother. Irt us show how perfect fitting glasses help. Chinnery, Scottville. •ARV.iil(K ATTENTION—Dead stoek rc- mnval. Phone rollert.'Prompt serrlcc. MUSKKtiON KENDKlllNU CO. Tel. Scottville, 129-F-I1. I dOOCIIKS BEST FLOUR—For sale; also j Mids and Bran; at reasonable prices. Brody Bros., 429 E. Dowland St. STRAPS AND BANDS—All styles and sizes, for all watches. Reasonable prices. Hamilton's, 225 S. James St. Boats and Accessories ll-FT.. 2-MAN DUCK BOAT—A-l condition, second season, for sale. A. N. Berg, 2 mis. E., \» ml. S., ]•• mi. E. of I.udington. Building Materials ISED LUMBER—Brick and roofing for sale. Will consider trade for anything I can use. John Quinn, 309 N. Harrison St. Tel. 445-W. WF SEI.t.—Vhe brsl and service the r ',. % t—radios, washers',, oil linrnnrs, iroiiers, refrigerators, etc. Buy where you gK vervlre. Grolrmat's WIFE SAVING STATION, 417 S. James St. USF.D LUMBER—For sale, 3-in. hard wood, $10.00 per 1,000 ft. Ludinglon Auto Sales, 11B-120 W. Lootnis. Tel. GOO. j Farm and Dairy Products 55 ! CUCUMBERS—Small size, can be used for dills. fiOc a bu. at farm, 75c delivered. Charles Hanscn, 1 mi. W., :l .i ml. S. of Victory townhall. Tel. 8-F-::. Cleaninc, Dyeing, Renovating 20 IMKN'S SUITS—nry eleaned and pressed: plain dresses, 49e. I.ndinqton Dry Cleaneis. James and Foster Sts. GUARANTEED USED CAR BARGAINS 1938 Chyrsler Coupe with Overdrive and Heater. 1J).'J7 Plymouth Deluxe Coupe with Radio and Healer. 1931J Chevrolet Tudor. 1935 Ford Coupe with Radio and Heater. 1935 Chevrolet Tudor with Heater. Hanscn & Peterson Auto Sales Chrysler — Plymouth Cor. filer & Harriosn Phone 865 GRAPES FOR SALE—l'-j mis. cast, 1 ml. south of Stiltons corner. Mrs. Emma Schwass, R. 1, Ludinglon. D. 8. Patent Offlct Trademark Registered POPEYE POPEVE OVslMS THE Sv4lRl_- VODOWE OS SIX MOKJTHS'SACK"" ytfELL,GOOD LOCV^POPEYE, 1 THE SHIP AMD ALL HER ASSETS BELOMG TO YOU WE MOST COLLECT AT OMCE HEAR THE SOLD THE SH\P <* HE OVJES US SIX MOMTHS BACK PAV OKAV, CAPTlMG BALLAST 9, Kino Features Syndicate, Inc., World hpriis reserved **iTir Cracking Down on the Crack-Up SCORCHY SMITH Trademark Registered U. s. Paten; oifice - - MAYBE THERE IS SOMETHING YOU CAN DO -UNLESS MISS MV HUNCH, JBMMW D/D fifOT CRACK UP" AWFULLY SWELL ^ YOU ^CORCHV--- SCORCHY WENDV, I'VE JUST LEARNED OF JOHNNV'S CRACK-UP—HE AND 1 WERE FRIENDS — IS THERE ANYTHING I CAN ? ,N VDUTELL WHERE I'LL FIND WENDY WALLACE? Anything Goes Trademark Registered U. S. Patea- Office DICKIE DARE B Y BAD. l(XX t DM HA6 HI6 16 WITHOUT Trademark Reglstere* U. S. Patent Office flTEIGHBOELY NEIGHBORS Bldgs. For Kent CLOVER HONEY—7c a III. Bring containers. 5 gal. $4.00 delivered in county A. R. Kirkman, It. 2, Custcr. GARAGE for rent at 414 E. LUDINGTON AVE. PHONE S77-R. Household Goods Brokers in Real Estate Water Systems 53 POTATOES FOR SALE—Freshly dug to Hie order. Delivered anywhere in city. Homer Wescolt. Tel. 954-W. UAIMJAIN PRICKS—On Rood used Kaso- Jinc eiiRinc wasliiiiR machines, cream separators, range stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattix Store, Scottville. POTATOES—!>0c a hu.; also carrots, rhubarb. Norman Randall. 6 mis. S. of Ludinglon, R. 3, on US-31. TOMATOES—25e a bu. Pick them yourself. Also cabbage, si|uash. K. Jetitlc- vine, ii. ml. S., 2nd house E. Amber corners. DID YOU KNOW—That you can get a new DEXTER WASHER for as low as jail.50? Lcl us explain their fine features. W. E. READER & CO., ill CUSTER. LARGE SI/.E—Ward's and Kalamiizoo coal heaters. Your offer. LARGE new oil heaters in crates, $5!l.riO; 100 gal. oil free. Wallace Kuras, 210 W. Liidington Ave. Tel. 604. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 3ti DRY HARD WOOD—SZ.OO a cord al m.v home, $5.(M) for 2 cords delivertd. C. B. 1 .larger. Tel. 5-F-I2. DRY HARD WOOD—1 cord. $2.75; 2 cords, $5.00; also kindling wood, DELIVERED. Phone 670-M. SACCO PLANT FOOD—For hotter lawns and gardens. BETIIKE FEED BARN. Phone 165-W. SEASONED HARD WOOD—1 cord, $2.50; 2 cords $1.75; :) cords, $7.25. DELIVERED. Phone 308-K. Good Things to Eat 57 NEW HONEY NOW READY — Save money; bring own container. John M. A. Hanscn, '/i mi. N. of Stiles corner. OVERS I/.E BURNERS—With exclusive bias-baffle construction arc built into the l!i:i!> Duo-Therm oil heaters. Priced at $1'J, up. II. Smcdbcrg & Son, Custer. SAVE ON FUIOL BILLS—The Estate Oil Hcati-ola with its super-efficient, double chamber bowl burner and exclusive lulensi-Firc Duct, gets the most out of less fuel. See them at W. E. READER & CO., in CUSTER. THE BEST PLACE—To buy that new cabinet sink is 11. Smcdbcrg & Son, Custer. THE BEST DRINKING CUP—Is the Jamesway. The best place to buy them is II. Sinedbcrg & Son, Custcr. Wearing Apparel 65 GOOD SELECTION—Of men's and boys' used overcoats at bargain prices. Bob's New & Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland St. Wanted—To Buy BUYING—Used furniture, cook stoves, healers and hralrolas. Bob's New & Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats ^74 FOUR-ROOM FLAT—Newly redecorated, bath, garage and laundry. Inq. at Lake Shore Lodge. USEH HOT AIR FURNACE—For sale cheap. Ludinglon Plumbing Co., 120 W. Ludington Ave. Tel. 267. All the famous raci> horses in the world are believed to stem three great equine from just forbears. FURNISHED, THREE-ROOM— Apartment for rent. Inquire at 605 S. Washington Ave. FURNISHED APT.—For housekeeping; heat, private bath, all conveniences. Inq. 204 N. (iaylord Avc. Tel. 643-W. FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and resort, property see Home Realty Co., Room 8, Nat'l Bank Bldg. FOR BARGAINS IN—Houses, lots, farms or income property sec A. T. Benson, Lots for Sale 507 E. COURT ST.—Lot for sale. Call at 801 E. Whitakcr St. Wanted—Real Estate HOUSES WANTED—Cash or terms. List j your property with me today. A. T. Benson, Nat'l Bank Bldg. TWO-FAMILY HOUSE—Centrally local cd, wanted to buy. Phone 257-J. FOR WHY DIDN'T I TAKE •YOUR ADVICE, SPEEDY AMD , NV< USED CAR FROM LUOIN6TON AUTO SALES* THEN MW86 I COULD START VOU'UL KNOW BETTER. NEXT TIME, MR.WADTITE. VOUR BATTERY IS PROBABLY DEAD. IF r WERE YOU'D I'D TRY TURMINO IT OVER. BY HAND TO SEE IF V IT'LL START r HELLO - JPEEOY? — I TURNED THE ' CAR COMPLETELY OVER EIGHT TIMES AND IT DIDN'T DO IT A BIT OF GOOD / 2-1938 Chevrolets 1938 Chevrolet 2-Door Touring Sedan, Radio, Heater 1938 Chevrolet Delux 2-Door Touring Sedan 1936 Ford V-8 Tudor Touring Sedan, Radio and Heater 1937 Ford V-8 Deluxe Coupe, Radio and Heater 1934 Ford Deluxe For dor . Sedan, New Motor & Tires 1935 LaSalle 4-t>oor Touring Sedan, Radio and Heater 1931 Pontiac Deluxe 2-Door Sedan, 6 Wheels 1935 Ford V-8 Deluxe Panel Truck 1931 Buick Sedan, 50 Series, an Excellent Bargain 1932 Pontiac Deluxe 2-Door Sedan, 6 Wheels, Radio and Heater GUSH! THREE- & FIVE-ROOM APTS.—Fuf- nished, new, modern, Frigidaircs; one 1st floor, one 2nd. Inq. 301 N. Delia. THREE-ROOM—Upstairs apartment and bath. Inquire at Peltcr's Shelter, 305 E. Ludington Ave. Tel. 436. Business Places for Rent 75 AVAILABLE OCT. 1.—Modern, healed office room in Hall blrli;., suitable for lawyer or real estate agent. Hoi water 21 hrs. a day. Inq. Elilt- Shoppc or phone 475-R. Houses lor Kent 7'J SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this column .will he 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 bo 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. GUERNSEY HEIFER—(i mos. old; will swap for pigs. Also rubber-tired wagon like new to swap for anything I can use. El/a Slater, R. 2, Custcr, 1st place S. of Fern store. HEAVENLY DAYS / - WHAT EARTH CAN THAT 8E ?/.?EVER REMEMBER O' SEElN ANVTHINGr LIKE. IT BEFORE., MY STARS// MODERN HOUSES AT—205 N. Robert St. and 206 N. William St. Olmstcad & Ncwberg. Phone 22 or 7U2 evenings. MODERN HOUSES—At 100 N. Franklin SI., and 418 N. Gaylord Avc. C. F. Olmstead. Tel. 22 or 752. HALF MY CROP—Of cowhorn rurnips; will swap for labor of harvesting entire crop. Tel. 34-F-5 or see August Dennis, R. 4, Ludington. RABBIT AND PHEASANT HOUND—De- Laval cream separator and some BxG oak timbers; will swap for deer rifle, pigs or anything I can use. James Mc- Intosli, ;'. ml. S. of Fountain, R. 1. >HQNE6oo ^^ri n n I ITn ™y" to ^ tUDlNGTDN flUTO SRLEs HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD USED CARS MODERN HOUSE—Also furnished flat, for rent. Inq. 802 W. Pcrc Marquette St. Tel. 856-R. The word "skyscraper," applied to tall buildings, is a slang or colloquial expression. The word originally was a nautical term meaning a kind of sail. WHILE PETERS AND CARPY ARE OUT 'SHOPPING.' MYfcA STAGES A SNEAK PREVIEW OF THE MYSTERIOUS INVENTION.-BUT HER QUIET SLEUTHING AVAILEP NOTH1N&-THE 'THING/ PEFIED HER ANALVS16 j! Order Now! WE HANDLE ONLY THE Finest Coals! • Economical Prices. Phone 279 tor Your Order Prompt Courteous Service! Ludingf on Fruit Exchange AUTHORIZED FARM BUREAU DEALERS "We Have Everything The Farmer Needs" Freesoil Townsend Club Has Meeting FREESOIL. — The Freesoil Townsend club met at the Free- soil hall Tuesday evening, Sept. 26, with Harvey Lydic presiding. Minutes were read and approved and a treasurer's report was read. Mr. Lydic read the weekly 'bulletin and "Dr. Townsend's Plan in Capsule Form." Mrs. E. M. Stephens entered her resignation as secretary. The resignation was laid on the table "until the next meeting. i The cluto voted to jpay hall rent again. The proposition :by Supervisor Ira Granger, concerning hall rent and fuel during cold weather, was considered land janitor work was discussed. I E A ticket plan for merchants was discussed. The club decided to invite Mr. Brinker of near Bay City to speak at a Free- soil club meeting. For entertainment Mrs. Fred the lesson dealing with words describing colors and exhibited samples of drapery goods and chintz and gave the .assignment for 'the next lesson: She also exhibited many jjictures of room color schemes and a "The Value 'Help Your Brother," and Mrs. E. M- Stephens sang an old English song, "A Warrior Bold." Mrs. Emma Goodshaw of Midland was among those present. Isenbarger Home Scene of Meeting FREESOIL.— The first Free- soil Mr. Lydic read a portion of a speech by Louis C. Silma on "War Indicates the Need of a Mapped Plan." Mr. Lydic introduced a novelty feature toy asking that each member respond to the question, "Why Are You a Townsen- dite?" i Extension club meeting held Tuesday afternoon, 26, at the home of Mrs. Isenbarger at Gunn lake, of color arrangement. Mrs. Isenbarger dainty luncheon. The next meeting held Nov. 7, at the served a will home be ot, w ' ith a gooc i attendance. Mrs. Lau i. enc e 6 Hill presided during the business session. Mrs. Frank Hunt gave the members the specialist's name and address, dates and topics of the lesson for "Color, the Master Key to Beauty." Mrs! Floyd Eddy. The lesson will deal with "Bedspreads." Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Smith of Saginaw were guests 1 of- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Coon from Saturday, Sept. 23, to Monday, Sept. 25. ,Mr. and Mrs. Harvejf Lydic, ]yir. and Mrs. Fred Cpon, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grinnell, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gurnsey. and Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Isenbarger attended "the district Townsend meeting at Sunday afternoon, Ludington Sept. 24.' . uiai/ei «.cjr uu uunuuj. ... cjonf , Mrs, Ira Granger continued 31 be S*- Myron Nash and Harry Raa- mussen made a business trip $o' Saginaw and Flint Tuesday,

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