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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 11, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE FIVE There're No Deadheads Here — Every Want Ad Works Hard PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Dally rate per lino for consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines $ .81 9 •" One day. 3 lines 36 .30 AdvcrtisinB ordered for irrcRtilar Insertions takes the one time Insertion ra(e; no ad taken for less than basis of three lines. Count six average words to the line. Charge atls will be received by telephone, and if paid at The Daily News Office within six days from the first insertion 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 the ad appeared and the adjustment made at the rate earned. I'ulilishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Itatc per line for white space Is the same as a line of copy. Announcements Card of Thanks 'Dr. Bugge'll Hold Your Coat, Popeye! C. s. Patent Office Trademark Rerlstere* POPEYE WOW VOO HAVE *--> HE) JUST RECEIVED Boys' AHOV,H MONSKER, COME ON 'F1GWT! S HE STILL THERE, DOCTOC DOVOU SEE ; AMVTHIWG, ANTAGONIZED THE MONSTEB JUS'A BIG SEA MOKJSKER. THA'S Hi-Cuts HEAVENS'. In Brown or Black «i>2.98 PENNEY'S KEM.OGG—The family of the late .lames W. KclloKK wish to thank Rev. C. E. Pnllnrk. II. S. Bailey. Miss Johnson, the organist. Mrs. E. Fortune, vocalist, also friends and neighbors for their sympathy and loviui; kindness In the loss of our loving husband and father. MHS. JAMES KEI.M)i;<; and family. MR. and MRS. C. R. JOHNS and Family. lllltl)St;i,I, II. KELLOGG and family. Merchandise SCOBCHY SMITH Trademark Registered U. ». Paten: Office Foiling the Firebug Articles for Sale AT BARGAIN I'll ICES—',-', h.p., 110-volt 60-cy. General Klectric Rebuilt Motors. L. Mattix Store. Scottville. Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 Ct'T FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. 672. Frank Nordinc, 810 E. Ludlngton Ave. Automotive .^v-'s^fc^xrf^^^Vw^^S-'^'XXX^V* Automobiles for Sale FA'.KMHIS—Worm your poultry with Dr. Salisbury's Rota-Caps. Also complete line of Dr. Salisbury's Poultry r Remedies and spray material. Riverview Hatchery, S. Main St.. Scottville. TENTS FOR SALE—Size 9x12, Sidewalls I and Fly. Used 2 mos. Price 515. Ilarn- | hart Boat Livery, Phone 5-F-4 , Farm and Dairy Products 55 FOR SALE—Bran, Mids. ground barley | and Goodies Best Flour at reasonable ' prices Hrody Bros., 429 E. Dowland. Tel. 510. POTATOES—50c a bu.; also carrots, rhubarb. Nurman Randall. 6 mis. S. of Ludington, R. 3, on US-31. 11 Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 5G I OKI)—1934 DeLuxe sedan, S135.00. 1036 Tudor Ford si-dan, $275.00. Nerheim Motor Co. BARGAINS—1935 Ford Tudor. 1934 Plymouth Coach, I!t3.'» Plymouth Ccmpn, 1934 Chevrolet, 1929 Chevrolet. Model A Ford, 192;) Pontlae, for sale. Kcsickl's Motor Sales. 322 W. Ludlnglon. SACCO PLANT FOOD—For better lawns and gardens. BETBKE FEED BARN. Phone 165-W. Good Things to Eat 57 WE'RE IN WJCK- IN THIS TANK RlGrfT THROUGH THAT DICKIE DARE Trademark Registered U. S. Pateu- Office Motion's Carried Auto Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 L'SKI) CAR PARTS—Tlrrs, parts, etc.. for sale,, Karton's Garage, E. Ludington Ave. Repairing—Service Stations 16 ACETVI.ENF, WELDING—That's ahva*ys right and we charge no fancy price. Ui-tka Garage, 1102 S. Madison St. Business Service Business Services Offered 18 KOIl SALE—Apples, pears and crapes. Priced low. Quality best. Order now. We deliver. L. A." Hawlry and sons. j ORDER YOUK—Winter supply of apples ] now. V<TV fino. StnrUs. Rrd & Coldrn , Delicious', Wagners. Spic-s, Winter I j Bananas and IlaUlwins. ,lobn M. A. j Hansrn. '-j nil. N. Stiles Corner, K. '2, \ I.udiiiRton. \filelL, PER TH' LUWA PETS! MS 6M& THAT GUV'£ UF£ ••T£V TA U&LP HIM—AN 1 •-• AH 1 HE= ACT£ LIKE A MUDA HUM AH ICE--CU&5! Household Goods 59 rARMKRK ATTENTION—Dead stock removal. Phone collect. Prompt service. tK-ottvllle, 129-F-II. IMPROVE VOfR VISION—By wearing glasses, properly fitted and correctly adjusted. fhinri-ry, Scottville. WE SELL—TJ-.t best and service the rvsl—radios. washrrs. oil burners, ironers, refrigerators, etc. Buy where you get icrvlce. Grotemafs WIH-. SAVING STATION, 417 S. James St. Wanted—Business Service 31 LAUNDRY— Work wanted. Excellent work Called for and delivered. Prices reasonable. Tel. 350-W. Employment BARGAIN PRICES—On good Ulcd gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators. range stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. MatUx Store, Scottville. BEAUTIFUL MASSIVE—BLACK WALNUT 9-piecc dining room suite, like new. for sale. Priced reasonable. Wright's Upholstery, 203 E. Dowland. "CihturATiNo on. TiEirfcii—L'"cd one wint'T, for sale. Incj. 205 First St. Tel. 887-fl. GOOD USED OH,—BURNING CIKCU- I.ATOHS at bargain prices. Sec tb"in before you buy. II. Snu-dberg & Son, C'tisler. ! COMETH 1^6 ME I'M HOT LBT HIM HAUVLB THINGS FOR A I'M 6LAV TO 3E ABLE TO RE-LAX AFTER THAT &\6 JMGO, HERS HERO OF TUB OCCASION! COME- IH, XUffU ; H/fMT'5 &ITIH6 VOU, OU PLEtfTV F&D-OP! ~)66 COMS.TSLL XU0U NO HELP-" NO THANKUM M8U FOR JOB/ NO EVeM TALK TO XU8U!--' XU8U PL&W UKUM, AH 1 HOW -, MUCH! ON WITH HIS HE WITHOUT ONE SEE THE NEW—Duo-Therm oil heaters 1 with Power-Air conditioning feature. Circulates cool lircczc In summer and heal in winter. II. Smedberg & Son, Custer. Specials at the Stores $75 HOOVER—Sweeper, rebuilt like new, $2-1.50. Sfil.flO brand new Koyal cleaner with band cleaner, $:t!).fiO. Wallace Kuras. 210 W. Uid. Tel. 604. Wanted—To Buy GO Help Wanted—Male 33 SAVK ON FUIvL HILLS—The Estate Oil , Mcatrola with Its s>ip?r-efficienl. j double chamber bowl burner and exclusive IiUensi-FIre Duct, gels the most out of less fuel. See them at W. E. READER & CO., in CUSTER. BUY INC;—Used lurnilurc, cook stoves, heaters and heatrolas. Bob's New A Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland St. Tel. 48I-M. YOUNG MAN OVER 18—Wanted for pressing and delivery work. Experience unnecessary. Apply in person from fi to 7 u. m. at Sonnle's Dry ('leaning. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Vehicles 48 FOR SALE—One sow, will farrow in 10 days. Two pigs, live months old. Tel. IX-F-15. WE HAVE—A limited number of white leghorn pullets for sale, ready to lay. Archer's Hatchery, Hart. Phone G9-.I. WESTCLOX WEEK—Oct. 7 to 14. Complete stock of Wcstclox Alarm-Desk- Kltcltcn. and Ivory Boudoir clocks. Buy your clocks at Hamilton's, 225 S. Jas. WANTED TO BUY—Fresh cow. Oliver Melin. R. 1, Ludington. l :l .1 mi. E. Christiansen's Corner, Riverton. WANTED TO BUY—Old and disabled horses. Phone 23-F-3. Excella Mink Farm. SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this column will be published two times for 25 cents. Kaeh 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 run free of charge. Real Estate for Rent BLACK MARK—With colt; also 3 pc. living room suite, will swap for cows, young -stock or what have you. Vincent Ontl. 2' a mi. N. and l'/i mi. E. of Scottville. Farm Equipment 61 DRY HARDWOOD—And Poplar, will swap for bay, oats or young stock. A. Apartments and Flats 74 j Kisseii, R. 2/custcr. i mi. u. of Marble school. FUKNISHKD—Five-room apartment for SWAP—Rabbit bound for shotgun or rent, steam boated, Frigidairc. Phone | „,. al ,ytlim K 1 can use. 201 N. Rath Ave., upstairs. U. SMIUJBKRG & SON. C Water Systems G1A SEE—Our TURBO-LIFT electric water systems. W. E. Reader & Co., in Custer. FOR RENT—Unfurnished 1st floor .'.- ro«m apartment. Large living room' with lire plaee, steam beat. Owner will pay for part of coal. Inq. -105 N. Rath. WILL SWAP—7 weeks old pigs and sow with little pigs for cedar posts, pullets. Also (cam of horses to swap for cattle, truck or tractor. John Wicli- toski. 2 mi. N., l|-i mi. W., 1 mi. N. FOR RENT—Furnished apt. for house- j King's Corner. &2» ^d^ci^W?"- ! WUX r SWAP- K ocS { and Apples for mi. W.. 1 ml. N. of King's Corner, It. 1, Frccsoil. " 3 HOUND PUPS—Will swap for wrfat have you. Win. Cater, 302 N. Lewis or Phone 9-18. NEW HOME—At I'l-rc Marqucttc Apartments. E. Sixth St. for rent. Inq. at Floral Shop. MODERN FURNISHED APARTMENT— For rent, 3 rooms and bath. Norge re- Irigerator. Inq. 301 N. Delia. Tel. 119. ONE 3-ROOM APT.—Upstairs; 5-room apt. ilownsUiirs. Heated, furnished. Janitor service. Inq. 305 E. Ludington. Phone 43G. XX of the Trust Agreement entered Into by and between the Bank and the Trustees provided that the life of the said Trust Instrument should be, in the first instance, for five years from the date thereof, but may be extended from year to year upon order of the Commissioner, and WHEREAS, The Trust Agreement was extended for one year, or from November 11, 1938, to November 11, 1939, by an order of the Commissioner of the Bank- Uig Department dated September 14, 1938, as amended by order dated Docem- I ber 22, 1938. and ! WHEREAS, 'the life of the said Trust Instrument would otherwise expire on the llth day of November, 1939, and WHEREAS, it appears after due examination and consideration of the affairs of this trust that Its termination as of that date would result in a monetary loss to the parties at interest, the creditors of this trust, and would otherwise- be Inadvisable and undesirable for all parties concerned; NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing, and in accordance with authority granted by Section XVI of the Trust Agreement, I hereby extend the life of this Trust Agreement for one year, effective as of the llth day of November, 1939, with the said Trust Agreement to expire on the llth day of November, 1940. • IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 12th day of September, 1939. E. W. NELSON, Deputy Commissioner of the Banking Department. I, L. D. Dickinson, Governor of the State of Michigan, hereby approve of the foregoing action of the Commissioner of the Banking Department. Dated: 9/14/39. L. D. DICKINSON, Governor. Oct. 4, 11. 18. NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Trademark Registered II. S. Patent Officr f Ti/i A f IT AT i ripf LEGAL NOiICES UNFURNISHED li-ROOM—Duplex flat I - — for rent at G05!i! E. Loomis. Inq. 605 j E. Loomis. STATE OF MICHIGAN, El Business Places for Rent 75 ! GAS STATION—And Grocery Store for ORDER OF THEl CONSERVATION COMMISSION RACCOON— LOWER PENINSULA The Director of Conservation, having made a thorough Investigation relative STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC., REQUIRED BY THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF AUGUST 24, 1912, AND MARCH 3, 1933 Of The Ludington Daily News published daily at Ludington, Michigan for Octr- bir 10th. 1939. STATE OF MICHIGAN, ) COUNTY OF MASON ) Before me, a notary public in and for the State and county aforesaid, personally appeared Harold P. Furstenau, who, having beea uuly sworn according sale, inquire 609 N. Rath to trapping of raccoon In the Lower j to law, deposes and says that he is the Houses for Rent MAYFLOWER COM. 'Sail Through Winter MODERN HOUSES—For rent at 509 N, Itowc; 206 N. William; 205 N. Robert. Olmstcail & Newberg. Phone 22 or 7»2 evenings. I Peninsula, recommends certain regula- ! tions. 77 THEREFORE, the Conservation Commission, by authority of Act 230, P. A. With Mayflower Coal! HIGH IN HEAT—LOW IN ASH LESS SMOKE AND SOOT 1 ORDER TODAY! WE HAVE A COAL FOR EVERY PURPOSE - - - A PRICE FOR EVERY 'PURS,E. Ofce Abrohainson-Nerheim EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING I Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate R publisher of The Ludington Daily News, and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, manage- -I OONT THINK VER OL' GOAT'S DIFFERENT 'N ANV OTHER GOAT / — tEPTlN' HE'S GOT A PRESS AGENT {{ -ANY GOAT AROUNP'LL BUTT JIST AS HARD AS HIM// WHAT5 THATFRIENP ?!— y CAIN'T FINO A GOAT IN THIS HERE COUNTY THAT'LL OUT-BUTT QUTHRIE -AN' I'LL LAV ^ 10 BUCKS ON IT// HEAR THAT PETERS? 10 BUCKS // FINDING HIMSELF WITH HIS CHIN STICKING OUT, THE OLD 8OV vyA6 IN NO POSITION FOR A GRACEFUL RETREAT/ HIS SWIVEL TONGUE'S GOT HIM INTO A *|0 BET AND HE DOESN'T EVEN KNOW ANY GOATS {! 1925. hereby orders that for a period of | ment (and If a daily paper, the clrcu- , one year It shall be unlawful to trop j latlon), etc. of the aforesaid publlca- upon the books of the company as . ... ..... . . Uon for the dnte shown ln the above trustee or in any other fiduciary rela- caption, required by the Act of August | tion, the name of the person or cor- 24, 1912, as amended by the Act of poratlon for whom such trustee is act- March 3, 1933, embodied in section 537, ing, Is given; also that the said two FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and resort property see Home Realty Co., Room 8, Nat'l Bank Bide. Farms and Land for Sale 83 .FOR SALE—20 acre farm 1 ml. N. and 100 rds W. of Scottville. Good land. Must be sold to close estate. I. J. Eddy, Adm. M. Ambro/e I5st. raccoon In the Lower Peninsula nortli of the north line of T. 16 N. and west of S:i£lnnw Buy exoeptlnn from November 15 to December 15, 1939, inclusive, and south of the north line of T. 16 N. and east of Saglnaw Bay. including all of Huron County, excepting from December 1 to December 15. 1939, inclusive. Signed, sealed and ordered published thib 14th day of July, 1939. P. J. HOPFMASTER, Director, Department of Conservation. Conservation Commission by: WM. H. LOUTIT, Chairman. WAYLAND OSGOOD, Secretary. Oct. 11. 18, 25. Houses for Sale Phone 13O Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on the reverse of this form, to wit: 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, and business managers are: Publisher, Harold P..Fustenau, Lud- , ington, Michigan. Editor, Frederic Michigan. Read, Ludington, Business Manager, Harold P. Furstenau. Ludington, Michigan. 2. That the owner is: (If owned by a , paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that of a bonaflde owner; and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other person, association, or corporation has any interest direct or indirect in the said stock, bonds, or *•. .Liiuu uiic uwjiei la. \AI uwucu wj u —• — ,v, 1. «. n «. n ^ u,, corporation, its name and address must Bother securities than as so stated rjy STATE OF MICHIGAN. BANKING DEPARTMENT In the Matter of Trustees of Segregated Assets of Fountain State Bank, Fountain, Michigan. Before: F. Elliott Jr., Commissioner of the Banking Department. ORDER FOR EXTENSION OF TRUST AGREEMENT WHEREAS, a certain Trust Agreement wns made and entered into on the llth clay of November, 1933, by and between the Fountain State Bank, a Michigan I tanking corporation of Fountain, Mich- lean, and H. J. Gregory, Henry C. Arp, and Emil Blohm, as Trustees, duly appointed bv the Commissioner of the BiuiklriK Department of the State of GO! E. FOSTER—Will be offered at big sacrifice. Let me show you this beautiful house. Shown by appointment only. A. T. Benson, National Bunk IMdR. , . = WHEELCHAIR MARRIAGE • LOS ANGELES, —As 300 guests watched, Roy E. Short and Viola Slocum both in- „„„,.„,„ IIiril( , Ul tue OHIM , U1 valids, were married here, me Michigan, with the approval of the aov- Drin.CiD.alS occupied Wheel- ernor. to not as such Trustees and carry dress, as well as those of each dividual member, must be given.) Harold P. Fursten.au, Ludington, Mich, 3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders owning or holding 1 percent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: J. A. McFarlaiid. Ludington, Mich. 4. That the two paragraphs next above, wiving the names of the owners, stockholders, and security holders, If any, contain not only the list of ... „„ „„ „ „..„ . stockholders and security holders as rhfllrV^ dirTThe "other" chief ' out the terms, conditions and purposes they appear upon the books of the Cnall S, as,;, am trie OWUM. ^"«Ji ot the Trast thereby created nnd company but also, in cases where the members :6fi the wedding party. WHEREAS, Section XVI and Section stockholder or security holder appears be stated and also immediately there- under the names and addresses of 5. That the average number of mini;! me lluillCH uuu UUUICDOCD \ji -• — - , , « ii i v^it An f-lnr\ stockholders owning or holding one! copies of each issue of this publication percent or more of total amount of i sold or distributed, through the mails stock. If not owned by a corporation,' "" "*•"»""'« *« ™'i ""hsr.ribers dur- the names and addresses of the Individual owners must be given. If owned by a firm, company, or other unincorporated concern, its and ad- In- date shown above is 4.165. (Tills information is required, from dally publications only.) . HAROLD P. FURSTENAU, Publisher. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th day of October. 1939. LOUISE MEERS, (My commission expires Sept. 15. 1941,) Notary Public. (SEAL) SCOTTVILLE Marble PT-A Will Hear Program Friday (Continued from Page 4) music, Pour Country Cousins, Lowell and Juanita Poe and Monroe and Raymond Huddlestun; tap dance, June Reinoehl; song, Joyce Appleton; music, Jim Walker; song, Bernice and Wilda Odean; music, Albert Monton; song, Laura Gray. Following the program a lunch will be served. In less than a day John Sarkey entered the Union army, fought against the enemy, was captured, paroled and returned Additional Groups Named in Drive (Continued from Page 1) asked to complete their work and turn it over directly to their ward or township chairman. In other, words, when the work is finished in each wSr..d and township, the. chairman or co- chairman as the case, may be will-make, a'single report for that district. Scottville in turn will make its own report when its drive is ended. " : Mr. Stolberg's office was compiling a complete check-up today so actual results to date may be known accurately in the near future. "Ward, Seottville and towns- ship reports of course will not be in until later," said Frederic Read, ways and means chairman, "but all results of the 10 special committees in Ludington should be turned over to the chairmen, Messrs. A. W. Church, K. B. Matthews or Steve Godin, or to Mr. Stolberg at once." Further Contributors , Added list of persons who have contributed to date will be available Thursday, Mr.\Stolberg said. He said part-time assistance of a typist was obtained today to^'aid in keeping all records t sygj* tematic ar^d up.'-tq-date^ , A " Tibet has donated $500,000 to\ the .Chinese government to help -' prosecute the war with Japan, - •3 'SiA ll i .-i'/ 1 *7 ? ,.IU •

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