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If rl -1 SATURDAY, OCT. 7, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE SEVEN \ No Fumble When You Pick Off A Want Ad Bargain 1 PHONE 21 FOR All AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Dally rate per line for consecutive insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines $ .81 $ .72 One day, 3 lines 36 .30 Advertising ordered tor 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 tele- I phone, and If paid at The Daily News Office within six days from the first Insertion cash rate will be allowed. Ads ordered for thrc« or six days and stoppnil before expiration will be charged only for the number of times the ad appeared and the adjustment made at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Rate per 'line for white space is the same as a line of copy. Announcements Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 D. B. Patent Office Trademark Refliiterc* Voyage's End! FOPEYE REACHED DECEMBER, IS THE EK1D OF OUR CHART, — BY WH/XT MEANS SHALL VtfE SAIL MOW? MY FRIERS CAM YOU COME Ki DECK? AH/THE WOKJDERFUL RAlNBIRCf IT REGULATES THE WEATHER APPOIWT ,* VAS,ANJ'P'RAPS WE K\SJ CAPTURE THE MVSTERtOSK ~ SOOM WE SHALL BE, IN WHERE EVERYTHING IS PERFECT, HAMBURGERS GROV^ OM TREES AMD SARD\K1ES E CAUGHT Union Suits PENNEY Copr I9J9, Kuig Feature! Syndicate. Inc.. World rights reserved CUT FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. 672. Frank Nordinc, 810 E. Ludington Avc. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers SCORCHY SMITH Trademark Registered U. h. Paten: Olfice Firetrap! SACCO PLANT FOOD—For better lawns and gardens. BETIIKK FEED BAKN. I'hnne 165-W. Good Things to Eat 57 -THIS IS A NASTVMESS, WENDY— JOHNNV Automotive Auto Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 ORUKK YOUIl—Winter supply of apples now. Very fine. Starks, Rvd & Golden Delicious, Wagners, Spies, Winter i Bananas and Baldwins. John M. A. I Ilanscn, «, ml. N. Stiles Corner, R. 2, Ludington. L'SKI) CAR PARTS—Tiros, parts, etc., | fof Mile. Barton's Garage, E, I-uding- lon Avc. Household Goods 59 Repairing—Service Stations 16 AUTO REPAIRS—And acetylene wcldiiiR and the Job Is always dune right. Bctku (iarag:*, 1102 S. Madison St. Business Service Business Services Offered 18 rARAtEKfi'ATTENTION—Dead stock removal. Phone collect. Prompt service. MUSKKGON RENDERING CO. Tel. [.cottvllle, 129-F-ll. OUR CIDER MIU-—Will run every Tlll'KSIMV until further notice. THE 1'AKK STOUfi. WE SKl.I.—'iT.i best and service the rest—radios, washers, oil burners, Ironcrs, refrigerators, etc. Buy where you »et tcrvlce. Grotcmafs WIFE PAVING STATION, -117 S. James St. I BARGAIN PRICES—On good UJed R8SO- line engine washing machines, cream separators, range stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattlx Store, Scottvillc. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION—Is ideal anywhere. SPC our new G. E. and Cop?land refrigerators. $99.50. Learn about their f'atures before you buy. j W. E. HEADER & CO. In Custcr. i LEAKS AIJOUT—CLEANLINESS, economy and c|iiict operation of the Double i Chamber Bowl burner. It's one of the outstanding features of the new ESTATE OIL Hratrolas. Sec thcsr stoves ; al W. E. HEADER & CO. in CUSTER. Kt'GS—Linoleum filler, library table, beds, dressers & Kalamaxoo heater for s:il? at 201 E. Filer. Call from 6 to 8 p. in. Professional Services YOU CAN NEVER WORK YOUR BEST— If you suffer from eycstrain. Come In and talk It over. Chlnncry, Scottvllle. Employment ^ Brs XS^^rf-«^>^^^^^ l ^- r *-^ to/1 *^ v ^^ Help Wanted—Female 32 EXPERIENCED SILK PRESSERS—Wanted. Steady employment. Good wagi's. Apply or wrlli- to Baker Bros. Cleaners. 314 Einntci: St.. Battle Creek. Mich. WAITRESS WANTF.D. PETE'S EAT SHOP. SCOTTVII.LE. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Vehicles 48 FOR SA1.K—Heavy work horse, 9 yrs. old. Wright ab<itit l.BOO. or will swap for cows or young rattle, -lohn Conrad, R. 3. Srottvllle. Tel. 12C-F-12. FOR SALK—Ten work hor-.?-.. 2 Shetland ponies, 4 good milking cows. Wm. Krrsrhner. 10 ml. S. & U ml. E. Nlck- crson school. SHORTHORN HEIFER—To be fresh In few days, for sale. Also 3 yearling heifers. Melard Warren. Lud. 11. 3. WE HAVE—A limited number of white leghorn pullrl* for sale, ready to lay. SEE—The new MEADOWS'WASHER at THE PALACE. Scotlvillc. $39.95 and tip. FRANK CLAVEAU. WHY NOT—Take a look at our line of Washing machines. We stock Automatic Laundry (Jucen, Wcstinghoustr and Kasv at lowest prices. II. Smedberg * Son, Custer. WEST.CLOX WEEK—Ort. 7 to 14. Com- plrte stock of Westclox Alarm-Desk- Kitchen and Ivory Boudoir clocks. Buy your clocks at Hamilton's, 225 S. Jas. Farm Equipment KNOW/AND IT'S UP TO ME TO TRY TO HIM NOW- LJ MEAN UP TO US THIS NOW THANKS, SCORCH V- INONM I CAN USE SOME HELP/ OKAY-LE AY/ WHAT'S THAT CRACKLING SOUND?/ Trademark Registered U. ». rau>u- onice Chily Reception DICKIE DARE \A/O\V/ i HEAR A WWVT. GOOD GO6H, DAN! OU FOKK Tti' AMERICAN OWNEK OF rue. ICE BOX? Seeds, Plants, Flowers TULIP BULBS—25c to 50c a doz. Nelson's. 1st house east of R. R.. E. Ludington Avc. 6: N. Jam son. Nat'l Bank Bldg. MrKndv wlh caraRC, $2.000. 208 i \ duac U1 "- IC , T. " t j,, , ;, i«'s st see mis one. A. T. Ben-1 times as much "posted" land, Specials at the Stores 61 1940 ($79.50) WASHER—SG9.50; 1 yr.'s supply of soap free or $24.95 radio. Wallace Kuras, MO W. Lud. Tel. 601. ROOM iiot'SE—2 lots, garage, $Goo. | w ould be more hunters, but be- the following spring. It is a ' "" " there would be three dry apple and can stand a below freezing temperature. Cook without exposing to heat, except during" preparation, and you have "all a fresh apple can give. I know, because I have stored them the past three years with great success, i Of course, they must 'be culled out now and then. I mention i NEIGHBORLY NUIIGHBORS ** **•* * ^^ -M-M^^r "** fWim^f A *v AAA^^ -B_.M-inj- ^ •"»** Trademark Registered U. S. Patent Office Wanted—Real Estate 89 HOUSES WANTED—Cash or terms. List your properly with me today. A. T. Benson, Nat'i Bank Bldg. Wearing Apparel 05! I'OR SALE—2 ladles' coats, 1 man's coat; kerosene, gasoline and gas stoves, lu- (liilr,- 806 S. Madison. Phone 449. Wanted—To Buy legnorn puni'is iur .>un-. n-.mj m i«>. , BUY1NCJ—Used furniture, cook smvcs, Archer's Hatchery. Hart. Phone 69-J. heaters and -heatrolas. Bob's New .v. Merchandise Xy^MT>^X^X^V. ^*-~_*-N-^-<-^>-^XX>^. Articles for Sale 51 AT BARGAIN PRICES—!-, h.p., 110-volt 60-ry. CJeneral Electric Rebuilt Motors. L. Mattix Store, Scottvllle. RANGE BOILERS—And water heaters, soil pipe and fittings at lowest prices here. II. Smedhcrg & Son, Custcr. WESTINGHOUSE—- Is everything in eli'c- tilrity. Buy It here. II. Smedberg & son. Custcr. Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland St. Tel. 481-.M. WANTED—A McCaskcy store bill file. Write AH, c, o Box 71. Rooms and Board Rooms without Board G8 SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this column will In- published two (hues for :;:> cents. Each ad must bear name and address of advertiser. They must.-be accompanied by cash or stamps. Ads must be I)runi;lu or mailed to The News, none taken by telephone. If ads involve exchange of labor for commodities, or vice versa, they will be run free of charge. AUTO-TRUCK — Or tractor repairing labor to exchange for hard wood. R. M. McDowell, LaSargc's Corners, Victory. approximately 400,000 acres of co-operative game management hunting clubs, a correspondingly larger trespass problem. Under this plan farmers agree to leave feed for wildlife, and to limit shooting on their farms to a stated number- of hunters 'who obtain admittance tickets and agree to do no 1 damage to the farmer's prop- I erty. The sportsmen help pay for the feed. i City Series Goes to 12 fJAUfiK—Double barrel, hammer shot- Kim. Also '15-70 calibre, single shot deer rifle for sale. Inq. .117 N. Harrison. Farm and Dairy Products 55 FOR SALE—Bran, Mlds, ground barley and Goodies Best Flour at reasonable prices, Brody Bros., 429 E. Dowland. Tel. 510. POTATOES—50c a bu.: also carrots, rhubarb. Norman Randall. 6 mis, S. of Ltidlnston, R. 3, on US-31. Slaves were introduced into America in Virginia in 1619. FOR RENT—Furnished, heated 5-room apartment. '108 E. Ludington Avenue. Plume 126(1. Vacation Places 70 FURNISHED COTTACKS — For duck hunters for rent on Upper Hainlin Laltc. Iii(|. at Cameron'* Landing. SPORT these cause, little with high prices, used apples, be- talk of war and i every jar should! be filled from the bountiful harvest we have this fall. . CHICAGO, Oct. 7.—^)—Manager Jimmy Dyke.s called upon The summer people have all departed and Ford lake is very i quiet. The season, being late 'in coming this year, seemed to just brush us by and was gone. Men, dogs and an occasional shot remind us that small j ....... .. . . . Southpaw Edgar Smith today to game hunting season is next pitch against the in-and-out on the calendar. Considering Chicago Cubs in the fourth game the times, unrest and the of the city series between the j doubtful future, the season was! good at resorts. Ford lake j draws more people each year and is building up and improving rapidly. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FURNISHED—Five-room aiKirtmcnt for r»nt, steam heated, Frigldairc. Phone 198. Cook with DRI-GAS the Bottled ' Cooking Gas Dri-Gas Has a Higher B. T. U. Rating — Burns Gleaner—Lasts Longer. ROPER RANGES ROUND OAK TWO-OVEN COMBINATION RANGES. H, SMEDBERG &SON Custer, Mich. FOR RENT—Upstairs, 5-rooin, unfurnished, healed apartment. Also furnished, lira ted bedroom, reasonable. ln(|. KO'I E. Ludlnglon Avc. I-'OR RENT—Unfurnished 1st floor !>room apartment. Large living room with fire place, slcam heat. Owner will pay for part of coal. Inn.. 405 N. Rath. Houses for Rent 77 FURNISHED HOUSE—For rent. 7 rooms, balh and furnace. 1 block from Lyric thcatsr. Phone 490 or Inq. 301 S. Rath. MODERN HOUSES AT—418 N. Gaylord Ave. and 510 N. Harrison St. C. F. Olmstcad. Phone 22 or 752. 106 E. FILER HOUSE FOR RENT. MRS, MARY ALBRECHT. National leaguers and the White Sox. Smith will try where another Sox southpaw failed .Friday— when the Cubs knocked Lefty Thornton Lee out of the box and went on to win. 4 to 2. This victory gave the Cubs an edge in the three games to date. The teams split the first two games. Claude Passeau was Gabby Hartnett'.s mound choice as the Cubs went after their third victory. BOXING (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) CHICAGO—Sammy Angott, 135, Louisville, outpointed Davcy Day, 136',-!. Chicago, (10); Eddie Dempsey, 128, Mollne, 111., and Leone Efratl, 130, Italy, drew, (10). LOS ANGELES—Gunnar Barlund. 201, Finland, outpointed Jack Roper, 207'L, Los Angeles. (10). INDIANAPOLIS—Lou Thomas, 192. Indianapolis, knocked out Battling Wash- inirt.nn. 187. Dallas, (5). STAMFORD. Coniu—K. O. Morgan. 120, Stamford, outpointed Pablo Dano, 120 Los Aimcles. (10). PHILADELPHIA — Spider Armstrong 123',;>. Toronto, knocked out Billy Pas- Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate R Largest Number of Nimrods in History Is Expected in Woods LANSING, Oct. 7.—(7P)—The state conservation department and sportsmen alike, looking for the greatest outpouring oi ™,,n ,vnmn v,,mfPi"5 in hi-Tl-nrv small <;amu nunteib in nibwny, _ orono cc o macle elaborate preparations to-, K au:"i2o. Philadelphia, <5). day to police hunting grounds MEMPHIS - Steve wiikerson. iss, and hlgWs When the ShOOt-1 Mejnph^ jnd Charlie Jerome. 1.2.4. ing starts Oct. 15 in the Lower Peninsula. ' Sportsmen's organizations dug into their own pockets to defray the expense of appointing 100 special deputy siieriffs for duty in the southern half of the peninsula, while the conservation department planned to transfer MARKETS AND FINANCE NEW YORK STOCKS (Closing Prices) Adams Express .................... 9 3 ,ii Am Can .......................... 111% Am Smelt & Rcr ................. 53>,i, Am Tel & Tel .................... 161% Am Wat Wks ..................... 13>,« Anaconda ........................ 3230 Armour of 111 .................... 6' 2 Aviation Corporation ............. 5% Borden ........................... 20y a I Calumet & Hecla ................ 8 >, » i Ches & Ohio ...................... 43 I Chrysler .......................... 9Q 5 'u I Colum G & El .................... 7>:. Com'wltli South .................. Hi Curtlss Wright ................... 6% Detroit Edison .................... 116',;. Elec P & L ........................ 8% PIPE DOWN, POP; I COULDN'T SEE YOUR QO-GART // VA OUGHTA STAY OUT O' THI ROAD WITH YOUR TOY?','/ MYERS WATER SYSTEMS. WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATORS 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 Nat'l Bank Bldg. see A. X. Benson, Houses for Sale .84 BUILDING FOR SALE—The Hospital Assoc. invites cnsh offors for purchase of house No. 1101 S. Washington Ave. Building to be moved off site. Address A. N. Kinney, 407 Sixth St. Phone 914 after 0 p. m. Gen Foods ......... •. .............. 40' Int Tel & Tel Ktnnccott Corp 39' Nash-Kelvinator 6Ti -AND THAT WAS THE TRAGIC END OF THEIR ILL-FATED 'THING-A-MA-JKS"/,' — SILENTLY THEY QATHEREP UP THE PIECES AND STARTED HOME "RELIEVED THAT THEY HAD BEEN HONORABLY UNBURDENED OF WHAT HfM> THE EARMARKS OFA0UD! Fed Mot Trk 4>,i Dark cranberry beans $1.75 ed States Department of Agriculture.)— Fraukcmnuth '•*'•* Light cranberry beans $2.25 I Apples—Mich. bu. baskets and bu.. boxes Fruehauf Tr 25 White pea beans $2.45 ! U. S. No. 1, 2>/ 2 in. mm. Deliqlous, .75- Hall tamp 3Va Yelloweye beans $2.75 t 1.25; Jonathans, .65-.9S; Greenings, .40- Houdallle Hershey B 14!i Poultry I .60; Kings, .50; Mclntosh, . 60-.85; Spy S, Kingston Prod 2% Leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. and up 9c j .75-1.25; Wealthys, .35-.60; Wqlf Rivers. Kroger Groc 26 l "-•"» *„„„ ian, an. sn Wolf River Apple Proves to Be Useful FORD LAKE.—At their best lust now for canning, the Wolf River apple is little appreciated for Lakey Fdy & Mach 3% Masco Screw 1 ','H .. McCJanahan OU 27o National Biscuit 22% I Micromatlc H Corp 4% Nntl Power & Unlit 8'.2 I Murray Corp 6'/ 2 New York Central 20'/2 N Y Central 20>/2 North American 22 i-acKard wiotoc 4 Packard 4 Peninsular Met 1% Penney (J C) 89% prudential Inv l s /b Phelps Dodge 43'/ a ! Blckel (H W) 3'' a Philips Pete 45'/ 4 Scotten Dillon 22'( a Pullman 38'' H Shelter Mfg 4 Radio 5T'« its real worthiness. Not » P Mnservatio'n'offleers temper-i worth much In. the market, arily from the Upper Peninsula most folks, are just letting them and the north half of the Lower Peninsula for duty in the more populous .southern counties. Conservation Director P.. J. Hoffmaster said more than 500 officers including the state police, his own staff, and county officers, would be on duty when Mr. and Mrs. Hunter—600,000 or more strong—head for the hunting areas. The officials said they were hang. They are excellent for everything that is expected of an apple except eatine- out-of- hand. However, if others are lacking, the children will eat them. For baking whole, sauce, nies. etc., they can't be beaten. Tart for jestful flavor, they cook perfectly in a few minutes. If nicked-at the last day possible before a heavy freeze, rcackert in large cartons, covered with Radio Kelth-Orp Hi Reo Motor 1% Republic Stet 1 25% Srdrs-Roebuck 77 I/B South Cal Edison 25'/ 8 Standard Brands j 6 Standard Oil Cal 29 Standard Oil Ind 27% Stand Oil N J 473/ 4 j Previous day Studebaker 8% I Month ago tlndtrwood El 41% Union Carbide 90'.'i Union Pacific 100'/ 2 sr urns (Frel Universal Cooler B 15 l /a Stock Averages, Oct. 7 (Compiled By The Associated Press) 30 15 15 60 Indust Rails Utll Stocks United Corp U S Steol Yellow T & C 741/8 Net change ... D.7 D.5 D.3 Today 73.5 22.1 38.5 74.2 22.6 38.8 73.8 20.6 37.1 iuur ago 76.4 21.9 34.6 1939 High 77.0 23.8, 40.6 1939 Low 58.8 15.7 33.7 1938 High 79.5 23.5 37.8 1938 Low 49.2 12.1 24.9 DETROIT STOCKS (Closing Prices) Am T & T Hnnp OH .......................... 8','a Det & Cleve Nav .................. 780 Det-Mlch Stove .................. l»' n D.5 51.7 52.2 51.1 52.0 53.5 41.6 54.7 33.7 16.9 157.7 61.8 using more officers than ever sac ks and stored in a cold ,,. r Hpnnr ^..^ ia , 4 J11Kni rea Kltmey oeilU8 »,.„„ before not only because there place, they will keep until late Divco Twin Truck 7 3; i Dark red kidney beans |4.oo Movement in Recent Years 1932 Low 17.5 8.7 23.9 1929 High 146.9 153.9 184.3 1927 Low 51.6 95.3 C1.8 THE "MARKETS LOCALi MARK1STS Llsht red kidney beans 44.00 Heavy hens 14o i .40-.50. Plymouth Rock springers, j celrry—Mich, bunches dozens large, under 4 Ibs. 17o , .25-.30; Mammoth, .35-.40; Plymouth Rock springers, I Colored springers 15o 4 Ibs. and up 170 Grain Shelled com, cwt $1.05 Rye, cwt 85o Oats, cwt tl.OO Wheat, cwt $1.00 Produce .210 Eggs Hides Beef 6c Horse 3>,i,o Grapes—Mich. Concords 12 qt. bfts- kets, .25; 4 qt. baskets, .16. ' Onions—Mich. 50 lb; sacks yellows'U. S. No. 1 medium size, .50-.60;; Whites, medium size U. S. No. 1, .60. Potatoes—100 Ib. sacks U. 8. No.-l; Ida. Russet Burbanks, 1.85-2; Mich. Russet Rurals, 1.25-1.40; Chippewas. 1.25-.50; Maine Chtppewas, 1.75-1.80. Chicago Potatoes (Quotations in Dollars and Cents), Saginaw Beans CHICAGO, 111., Oct. 7.—(/P)—(United (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) I States Department of Agriculture.)— SAGINAW. Mich., Oct. 7.— (IP)— Mich- I Potatoes—Receipts 120, on track «0j igan Bean Shippers' Association Satur- \ total U. S. shipments 535; supplies rath- day paying prices: Handpicked pea i er heavy; demand fair; steady; sacked beans, 2.25 per hundredweight; hand- per cwt. Idaho Russet Burbanks u. Cu 1, • - - - ' was hsd, 1.45-.70; unwashed oar. IwO; Colorado Red McClures, U. S. No» * 1. washed, 1.45-.70; unwashed car, 1.60! Colorado Red Mollures O. S. 1, COtfplt sacks car washed, 1.70; burlap sapks washed, 1.60-.75; unwashed car -"inr i.R(v Michigan Russet Rurala ' picked red kidneys, light, 4; dark, 4; yelowweyes, 2.75; choice recleaned cranberries, light, 2.25; dark, 1.75. Chicago Dairy (Quotations in Cents) CHICAGO, Oct. 7.— (IP)— Butter—Re- , ,,«.«• cHpts 480.098; market steady; creamery- 1. car heavy to medluro;8ize, 1.0S:MU»»9- 89 score, 24'/4; other prices unchanged.! ••<• v«.lt-y seoMon C<»r lJ *~ Eggs—R ceipts 5,534; market firm; 90 percent U. S. Ho. 1, 1.10; North refrigerator extras, 17'/»; standards, 17; firsts, 16'/4; other prices unchanged. Detroit Produce (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) DETROIT, Mich,, Oct. 7.—W—.(Unlt- kota Red River Valley section Cobblfr» oo r>«rcent U. S. 1. 1.10; BllS» Triumph" 90 percent or better U. S. 1,-waaued. \, Oj unwashed, UO-.20: Wisconsin. White U. 8. 1, cur, 1.20; U, 8. Co clals, .90-1.05. V W

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