The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 12, 1939 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE NINE; The Classified Page Is A Good Hunting Ground For You V PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Dally rate per line for consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines I .81 » .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 Dally News Office within six days from the first Insertion «ash 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 nd 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 CUT FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. 672. Frank Nordlne, 810 E. Ludlngton Avt>. Here's Looking at You! C. 8. Patent Offlc* Trademark Reciitere* POPEYE WELL, \ CUTE LITTLE SHIVER UFELLA, A\NT MV THEY A-.M-T ENMV SEA MONSKER, IT'S JUSA JTTLE WORM ON'A END OF THE TELESCOPE IASFIABF! ^ NEVERTHELESS JHE MONSTER IS THERE SMORT SNORT Panties In Chiffon—Rayon Color, Tea Rose. AH sizes . 5 for V* PENNEY'S Automotive ^V^XXX^-«k^fc^SX%>^^N^Srf^^*.^^X^ Automobiles for Sale 11 BARGAINS—1935 Ford Tudor, 1934 Plymouth Coach, 1935 Plymouth Coupe, 1934 Chevrolet, 1929 Chevrolet, Model A hord, 1929 Pontiac. for sale. Keslcki's Motor Sales, 322 W. Ludlngton. FORD—1934 DeLuxe sedan, $135.00. 1930 Tudor Ford sedan, $275.00. Nerhelm Motor Co. HUNTERS—Here's Just the car for your hunting trips. 1925 Chevrolet touring; 4-door, 5 dandy tires, plates. Imitation leather upholstery; dogs won't hurl it. Good brakes, plenty of road rliaram-r for driving through and over brush, roots, etc. A little cold to ride In, but very economical. You and your pnrlnrrs buv It for only $25. Terms WlI.I.OUGIliSY CHEVROLET CO., S. .lamps St. Auto Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 USED CAR PARTS—Tires, parts, etc., for Kale, rurton's Garage, E. Ludlng- (nn Ave. Repairing—Service Stations 16 ACETYLENE WELDING—That's always right and we charge no fancy price. Brtka Garage, 1102 S. Madison St. FOR SALE—Apples, pears and grapes. I RCORGBtY SMITH Priced low. Quality best. Order now.! OWJvfcVXl i. WATJ.XJ.Ji We deliver. L. A. Hawley and sons.,! Trademark Registered U. S. Paten: Office A Slightly Damaged Perfect Crime Household Goods 59 BARGAIN PRICES—OH good UJed gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators, range stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. MatUx Store, Scottville. BEAUTIFUL MASSIVE—BLACK WALNUT 9-plece dining room suite, like new, for sale. Priced reasonable. Wright's Upholstery, 203 E. Dowland. CIRCULATING OIL HEATER—Used one winter, for sale. Inq. 205 First St. Tel. 887-R. D1U YOU KNOW—That you can get a new DEXTER WASHER for as low as $39.50? Let us explain their fine features. W. E. READER & CO., in CUSTER. FURNITURE—Kitchen, bedroom, living room and dining room furniture, also Chevrolet coach for sale. Inq. 621 K. Mclendy. ITlct'd reasonable for quick sale. GOOD USED Oil.—BURNING CIRCULATORS al bargain prices. See thiin before you buy. II. Smedberg & Son, Custer. SKE—The new MEADOWS WASHER at THE PALACE, Scottville. $39.95 and up. FRANK CLAVEAU. THERE MUST BE— A reason why the ESTATE OIL HEATROLA is leading the market in sales. Find out before you buy. There are plenty of reasons. See these marvelous stoves at W. E READER & CO., In CUSTER. Business Service Business Services Offered 18 r A RAJ KKK ATTENTION—Dead stock removal. Phone collect. Prompt service. MUSKKGON RENDERING CO. Tel. (.coltvllle, 129-F-ll. (MI'UOVK YOlill VISION—By wearing glasses, properly fitted and correctly adjusted, t'hlnnrry. Scottville. WK SKU.—~Kc bent and service the rest—radios, washers, oil burnors, Ironers, rrfrlgrralors. etc. Buy where you gi-t service. Grotemat's WIFE HAVING STATION, 417 S. James St. WESTCI.OX WEEK—Oct. 7 to 14. Complete stock of Westclox Alarm-Ilpsk- Kitclirn and Ivory Boudoir clocks. Buy your clocks at Hamilton's, 225 S. Jas. Farm Equipment The . . _ _ . OF? PUHPS WATtH SYSTtMS •HAYTOCH_S-OOO« HANGCM H. BMROBERO ft SON- CUSTER. Specials at the Stores $75 IIOOVEK—Sweeper, rebuilt like new, $24.50. $61.90 brand new Koyal cleaner with hand cleaner, $39.50. Wallace Kuras, 219 W. I.lid. Tel. 604. THAT'S WHAT HAPPENSTO T WHAT ABOUT YV PEOPLE WHO KNOW TOO MUCH.'/THE PL AWE THE/ ' CAME IN? IT'LL LOOK LIKE THEY SA1ACKED INTO THE BOATHOUSE AND STARTED THE FIRE/ THAT'S EASY, I'LL SHOW you— Stop, Listen and Look / / HAVe GONE B^-~ LET'S GO UP TO TM£ TOP DBCX /IMP now -we HUMAN 16 MAKIHG OUr! HAMM, I A/OW MDEf&TAMD iMY YO/J -rue KOLEZ OF eow GUARD! you AFTER. Mi FAMO06 £rOPi&, TH& VOU UP A\Y CABIN WITHOUT AH, FOOLM ON&, HOW ClO6e. TO THAT WATCH/ Wanted—To Buy G6 Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 | BUY , NG _ Uscd turniture, cook stoves. heaters and heatrolas. liob's New St. MEN'S SUITS—Dry cleaned and pressed, plain dresses, 49c. Ludlngton Dry Cleaners. James & Foster Sts. Dressmaking and Millinery 21 Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland St. Tel. 481-M. WANTED TO BUY—Fresh cow. Oliver Melln. R. 1, Ludlngton. I''., mi. K. Chrlstcnse.n's Corner, Riverlon, kli-s. Needlework Shop, 211 S. James. WANTED TO BUY—Old and disabled horses. Phone 23-F-3. Excella Mink ', i Farm. 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 run free of charge. right to do what he pleases with the conquered," the prime minister said. It was Chamberlain's first speech since Hitler's Reichstag address. Chamberlain stressed that Hitler's overtures were examined by Britain "in consultation berries light, 2.50; dark, 2. Employment u^f*s*j**r^r*s*^^s*~r*j+s*^* Help Wanted—Male 33 API'I.K 1'ICKEKS—Wanted. S. J. Ilerban, f.j ml. W. Klstler's Corners. YOUNG MAN OVEIl 18—Wanted for pn-ssing and delivery work. Kxperi- t-nn- unnecessary. Apply In person from 0 to 7 P. m. at Ronnie's Dry Cleaning. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FURNISHED—Five-room apartment for rent, steam heated, Krigldaire. IMionc 198. Situations JVanted—Female 3C WOKK AS — Housekeeper wanted in small family. Good cook. Tel. 1010 or lug. 312 N. William. Horses, Cattle, Vehicles VOIl SALIv—One sow, will farrow In 10 days. Two pigs, five months old. Tel. 18-F-15. FOR SALE—6 weeks old pigs. Peter Dubru, 3 nil. S., 1 mi. W., : Ki ml. S. Custer or 1 ml. K, >4 ml. N. Marble school. Merchandise W^XiMfnt^X* ««^XXX>-«^rf-sXXXN Articles for Sale FOR RENT—Unfurnished 1st floor 5- room apartment. Large living room with fire place, steam heat. Owner will pay for part of coal. Inq. 405 N. Rath. FOR RENT—Furnished apt. for housekeeping. Heat, private bath, all conveniences, 204 N. Gaylord. Tel. 643-W. DOWNSTAIRS 4-ROOM FURNISHED APT.—Westlnghousi? refrigerator. 509 E, Ludlngton Ave, NEW HOME—At Perc Marquette Apartments. E. Sixth St. for rent. Inu. at Floral Shop. DRY HARDWOOD—And Poplar, will swap for hay, oats or young stock. A. Kissel!, R. 2, Custer. 1 mi. E. of Marble school. GASOLINE WASHING MACHINE—Will swap for hay or anything I can use. Bcrnaid Rolla. Route 2, Ludington, 1/1 mi. from city limits on First St. Detroit Produce (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) DETROIT, Mich., Oct. 12.—(A 1 )—(United States Department of Agriculture.)— Apples—Mich. bu. baskets and bu. boxes U. S. No. 1, 2>/2 in. min. Delicious. .751.15: Kings, .50-.60; Mclntosh, .60-.85; Spys, 75-1; Wealthys, .25-.50; Wolfe Riv- er.s, -.50; 2'/4 in. mln. Jonathans, .60-.85; .Snows, .GO-.65. Wash boxes Delicious, fancy, 1.60-1.75; fancy, 1.75-1.85. ' Celery—Mich, bunches dozens, large, .25; mammoth. .35-.40. Grapes—Mich, no terminal offerings. Onions—50 Ib. sacks U. S. No. 1: Mich, yellows medium size, .50-.60; whites, .60; with the governments of the dominions and of the French republic." "The plain truth is that, after ^ ______ _ __________ u _ our past experience, it is ' no j Western""sweet" Spanish, Targe'size? .'go- longer .possible to rely upon the' 1 - 1 . 0 .- . inn ,. , TT o AT , nnsimnnrrpri iirnrH nf fVxT r>voo Potatoes — 100 Ib. sacks U. S. No. 1: unsupported woia 01 the pres-| Ida- Busset Burbanks, 1.75-1.95; Mich. ent German government," ° — ' ° — '- ' "' * o= - '•"-• --------Chamberlain declared. Chamberlain said "acts — not words alone — must be coming before we and forth- France MIXED DRY WOOD—And pine Kindiinc | . will swap for little pigs, young stock, wage Wai U) Detroit Livestock ,,,^,,iri"u • *•»• j • • t. (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) kindiinir would be Justified in ceasing to DETROIT, Oct. 12.— m— cattle—Re" - ' «rncro wen- t/-> tl-io utmost Of OUri ce 'P ts 25 °: market steady to slow. Good Russet Rurals, 1.25-1.35; Chippewas. 1.25-1.40; Katahdins, 1.30-1.40; Ida. 10 Ib. sacks Russets, .21-.22; Maine 15 Ib. paper sacks, Chippewas, .35. grain or anything 1 can use. Andrew Becker, Route 2, Branch. 2 mi. S., 5% ml. E. of Fountain. WILL SWAP—7 weeks old pigs and sow with little pigs for cedar posts, pullets. Also team of horses to swap for cattle, truck or tractor. John Wich- toski, 2 ml. N., Hi mi. W., 1 mi. N. King's Corner. MODERN FURNISHED APARTMENT— For rent, 3 rooms and bath. Norge refrigerator. Inq. 301 N. Delia. Tel. 119. Houses for Rent 77 WILL SWAP—Potatoes and apples for labor. John Wichtoski, 3 mi. N., !',£ ml. W., 1 ml..N. of King's Corner, R. 1, Frccsoll. 3 HOUND PUPS—Will swap for what have you. Win. Cater, 302 N. Lewis or Phone 948. letter (unsigned) from the thief, who complained that the car's brakes, radio and horn were no MODERN HOUSES—For rent at 509 N. Rowe; 206 N. William; 205 N. Robert. Olmstead & Newberg. Phone 22 or 792 evenings. 51 AT BARGAIN PRICES—}i h.p., 110-volt UO-cy. General Electric Rebuilt Motors. L. Mattlx Store, Scottville. -Used 20 gauge pump gun, '- — n, like FOR SALK $18. Used 1C gauge pump gun. new, $28. Used 12 gauge pump gun, $15. Used 12 gauge pump gun, $25. II. SMEDBERG & SON, CUSTER. KAUtMlJRS—Worm your poultry with Dr. Salisbury's Rota-Caps. Also complete line of Dr. Salisbury's Poultry Remedies and spray material. Riverview Hatchery, S. Main St., Scottville. TENTS FOR SALE—Size 9x12, SldewallS and Fly. Used 2 mos. Price $15. Bornhart Boat Livery. Phone 5-F-4 Farm and Dairy Products 55 Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate R FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and resort property see Home Realty Co., Room 8, Nat'l Bank Bldg. Farms and Land for Sale 83 ,FOR SALE—20 acre farm 1 mi. N. and 100 rds. W. of Scottville. Good land. Must be sold to close estate. I, J, Eddy, Adm. M. Ambroze list. •good. He advised have them fixed. the owner to In Justice Court John Barowski, township, was 31, River ton •found guilty strength." Official Proceedings October 10, 1939 COMMISSION PROCEEDINGS Special Meeting of the Board of Commissioners, held at the City Hall, Lud- FOR SALE—Bran, Mlds, ground barley and Goodies Rest Flour at reasonable prices, urody Bros., 429 E. Dowland. Tel. 510. POTATOES—50c a bu.; also carrots, rhubarb. Norman Randall, fi mis. S. of Ludington, R. 3, on TJS-31. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 5G HACCO PLANT POOD—For better lawni nETHKB VKKD Houses for Sale GUI E. FOSTER—Will be offered at big sacrifice. Let me show you this beautiful house. Shown by appointment only. A. T. Benson, National Bank Bldg. Lots for Sale 85 LOTS—On North Delia streot for sale. Price, $40.00. Inq. Mrs, Paul Pepera, 503 N. Staffon. Phone 1206. when tried before Justice Lester Blodgett on an assault and battery charge Wednesday afternoon. Arraigned on the charge be- ifore Justice Blodgett last Friday, Barowski had pleaded not juilty and demanded trial. He has been out on $500 bond since. Wednesday afternoon Barowski was fined $25 and assessed costs of $11.05 with an alternative ot 30 days in county jail. He was committed to the jail tout was released this morning when the money'was raised. Barowski was arrested on Oct. 5 by sheriff's department on complaint of his wife. , Michigan, on Tuesday, October 10, 1939 at 7:30 o'clock P. M. Present His Honor the Mayor, City Attorney, Chief of Police, Commissioners Bertram, Schmock t Madison, Marks, Haller, Zeber, Johnson. Absent, Pell. CALL FOR SPECIAL MEETING Lxullngton, Michigan, October 10, 1939. Dean Thompson, City Clerk, You are hereby requested to call a special meeting of the Board of Commissioners of the City of Ludlngton, Michigan, on Tuesday the 10th day of October, 1939, at 7:30 o'clock P. M., for the consideration of the following business, adjustment of waterworks business and any other business which may come before the meeting. E. J. THOMPSON, Mayor. An estimate for Oscar Nelson, $1,127.09, PWA Docket Mich. 1G83-F was read. Moved by Zeber and supported by Haller that the estimate be allowed and paid upon the approval of PWA. Boll call, yeas seven, Bertram, Schmock, Madison, Marks, Haller, Johnson, Zeber. Nays none. Carried. Moved by Zeber and supported by Bertram to adjourn. Carried. DKAN THOMPSON, City Clerk, to choice yearlings, 9.75-10.75; fair to good yearlings, 8.50-9.75; good to choice heavy steers, 9.25-10.25; fair to good heavy steers, 8.25-9.25; common butcher cattle, 5-6; canner and cutter cows, 3.255.25; best butcher and heavy Bologna bulls, 6.50-7; milkers and springers, 5075. Calves—Receipts 300; market steady to 50 cents lower. Best calves, 12.50-13; fair to good, 11-12; seconds, 9-10.50; culls and common, 4-8.50. Sheep and lambs—Receipts, 1,500; market steady. Best lambs, 9.75; heavy fat sheep, 2-.50. Hogs—Market not established. Previous, 7.25 for 200-220 Ib. hogs downward to 5.75-6 for roughs. Benton Harbor Produce (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) BENTON HARBOR, Mich., Oct. 12 — W)—Fruit market receipts Wednesday, 40,107 packs. Prices were: Qrdpes—Concords. 4 cits., .13-.15; jumbos, No. 1, .27-.30; No. 2, ,24-.27. Apples—Bushels, No. 1, 2'/2 in., Jonathans, .70-.75; Delicious, .70-.90; Stay- mans, .55; Wagners, .50; Baldwins, .45.55; Starks, V 40-.4S; Mclntosh, .55-.6S; Northern Spys, .50-.60; Rome Beautys .55. Pears—Bushels, No. 1, Kieffcrs, .00.05. Lima beans—Jumbos, 1.15. Chicago Poultry CHICAGO, Oct. 12.—(/I 3 )—Poultry- Receipts live, 33 trucks; market steady, prices unchanged. NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBOKS Trademark Registered U. 8. Patent Office* SCCHJTIN LONCr AN' LIKELIEST UOOKIN HOW MUCH FE£ you KIM HAVE HIM, MISTER/— G.LAP T' GIT *IP O' THE CRITTER —ALWUZ RAISIN' NEP 'ROUNP THE PLACE—AIN'T NO EARTHLY <aOOP x NO HOW—TAKE '|M AWA/ A THREE HOUR CATCH-AS-CATCH-CAN STRU66LE THE. BOYS FIN/M-LY MANEUVERED THEIR CHAMPION INTO PETERS'BACK ^RD ANP STAKEP HIM OUT BEHINP THE 0ARN—-WELL OUT BEHINP THE BARN » Good Things to Eat ORDER YOUR—winter supply of apples now. Very line. Sturks, Ret! & Golden Delicious, Wagners, Spies, Winter Bananas and Baldwins, John M. A. Hans»n. H ml. N. Stiles Corner, R, 2, Thief Complains of Auto's Faults BATTLE CREEK, Oct. 12.-W —Police Chief Hu^h Gordon is still scratching his head over this one: , An automobile was stolen, then abandoned a few hours later In the mail Gordon received the keys to the car, along with-a THE MARKETS LOCAL, jnnRK«TS Light red kidney beans $4.00 Dark red kidney heans $4.00 Dark cranberry beans $1.73 Ijlght cranberry benns $2.25 White pea brans $2.45 Velloweye beans $2.75 Poultry Jeghorn hens, 3 Ibs. and up 9c Heavy hens I4o Historical Notes Replies to Nazi , Chief's Proposal (Continued from rage 1) Reichstag speech last Friday. "We must take it that the proposals which the German chancellor puts forward for the establishment of what he calls 'the certainty of European security' are to be based on recog- Plymouth Hock springers, .170 under 4 Ibs, Plymouth Rock springers,' Colored springers , ......... , ....... 15c 4 Ibs. and up .. . ...... ; ............ 17o Grain ShelleJ com, cwt ................. $1,05 Bye, cwt ............................ 8bc' Oats, cwt ......................... tl.OO, Wheat, cwt ..... ................. ..$1.00 Produce Eggs Beef Horse Hides .21c .fie Saglnaw Beans ' (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) ISAQINAW, Mich., Oct. 12.—(/P)— Michigan Bean Association Thursday paying prices to shippers: Handplcked mosnhprp " pea beans, 2.55 per owt.; handplcked red »»„,.„)„' kidneys light and dark, 4; handplcked MOinmg DARK DISTRICTH—A meeting; of interest to Mason county persons who are historical minded is one planned for Nov. 16 at Lansing in the Senate chamber at the capitol. This is the annual .meeting of the State Historical Society. The meeting will center about the principles and achievements of the builders of 'bur state. There will be a program of reminiscences, each limited to 15. -minutes, by outstanding pioneers representing various business and professions. In addition there will be old time songs, costuming music and "skints." The state pioneer museum will provide displays of pioneer pictures and relics for "at- 1:30 p. m. Governor Dickinson will be among the afternoon speakers. Complete program arrangements will be announced later and anyone interested in obtaining other information may write the secretary, Dr. Geo. N. Fuller at the state admin- instrative building, Lansing. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burchard of Onekama were Sunday visitors at the homes of Mr. •and Mrs. Frank Battige and Otto Battige. A large barn 'belonging to Arthur Miller blew from its foundation in Saturday night's electrical storm. „„„„„ opens m 10 groups. Hold Meeting i The regular quarterly council of the Brethren church was held at the church Friday evening, with B. A. Miller, elder in, charge. . . . Plans for the winter, months were discussed and the following officers elected: Elder, B. A. Miller; church clerk, Robert Miller; members of nominating committee, Orvan J. Saxton and Alva Kirkman; member of missionary Blocher. committee, Mrs. Ed Custer To Organize PT-A All patrons and parents of Jenks school are requested to meet at the school house on Friday evening Oct. 13, at 8 o'clock for the purpose of organizing a •PT-A group, in the district. Miss Gertrude Eastman, county school commissioner will be Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Barter of Los Angeles California arrived Friday for a two weeks visit with their brother ijidwin Mohler and family, and sister, Mrs. B. A. Miller and family of the Wilson school district. William Duggan and brother of Crystal Lake, 111., arrived Sunday morning at the R. A. Saxton 'home in South Custer. They spent the day, returning in the afternoon accompanied by Mrs, Duggan and daughter, Joyce, speaker of the evening explain- who will make their home in _ ^i» «v*v»«*w j n 4JQ4AI/ UJ.AU MU4IV i 1 1 ilttilWl/JUIVUW '— a f~ --- — - --* -- - — _ - — --- ,_, --*- - - •- ___-. nition of his conquests and his yeiioweyes, 2.75; choice tecieaned cran- a. m. and the afternoon at ing the work of these / localOrystal Lake. Freeson Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wolfe of Algonac were guests Saturday of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wolfe. Tom Smith of Grand Rapids was a week-end guest of h!4 mother, Mrs. Frances Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Aloysius Wan,- dryck of Manistee were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Dufon. Elty Tyler *n< - - Bernard La- Guire made a trip to Detroit Friday, returning Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Hasenbank Jr. were called to Muske* gon Sunday by the serious iU- ness and death of Mrs. F" bank's mother, Mrs. Carrie .. a former resident of Ludington. Wills have been made out/on pebbles, oyster and-other '-»-••of shells, gramophone ~ and pieces of furniture. Of North Carolina's 31, acres, woodlands cove?; 30,099,1 i j? f acres. More than 000 American cl have airports but no regular service. Jl

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