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Ludington, Michigan
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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGESEVE&: ! Phone 21 i PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per line for consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines $ .81 $ .72 One clay. 3 lines 36 .30 Advertising ordered for irregular Insertions takes the one time Insertion rate; no nd taken for less than basis of three lines. Count six average words to the line. I Charm- ads will be received by tele- I phone, ;incl if paid at The Daily News) Office within six days from the first j insertion oiisli rate will be allowed. i Arts ordered for three or six days and stuppi'c! before expiration will be charged only for the number of times i tin- ad appeared and the adjustment made at the rate earned. Publishers reserve tlie right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Kate per line for white space is the same as a line of copy. Wimpy's Bad at Spelling. D. 8. Patent Office Trademark Registered FOPEYE TELL EM VJE'A IN DISTR WIMPV DID THEV A LVES.IAM EXPECTrWGJH OH.MV GORSK . GET VOOR.' \A FJEPL^y SHORTL^JHEV ARE LOADlKJ IN MV BOVHOOD DAYS I WAS VERY GOOD AT ; VAS/\T 7 A SHIP SH1PAHOV! Boys' Athletic Type Drawers 39c MESSAGE CANKION! SHIRTS TO MATCH, 25C Fine Ribbed Cotton Construction. SWELL, BLOW ME DOVOKJ PENNEY'S Announcements Flowers anil Mourning Goods 4 CUT FI.OWFItS—And funeral work. Te 672. Frank Nordine, 810 E. Ludington i Ave. I Merchandise VX^y^-XNji^xv*- *S~*-s^r^***s"^t-^s~*. Articles for Sale [DICKIE DARE Trademark Registered U. 8. Patftii- Office Cold Cash Transaction 51 Personals AT BARGAIN I'KICKS— K. h.p., 110-volt fid-cy. Gcm-ral Electric Rebuilt Motors. I,. Mattix Store, Scottvtllc. j DKKK KII--I.I-:—.10-41) Stortcr. Boys' hi- j I cyc-li 1 . biiflc-l. for sale at a hnrgain. I . 204 S. Washington, i WANTKIJ—By young couple, transportation south. One ran drive and will liel|i share all expanses, Tel. 771I-\V. \VANTI-:i»—Hide for 4 persons to Detroit U-a\iiiK Tues. A. M. Ocl. U4 and returning Tlinrs. eve. Oct. 26 WILL PAY i:XPK\si:S. Call 65S-J. Mil.I. TIIK I'AKTV—Wlio recently con- t,u-t(d me alum I tin- persons involved in Die fatal arc ulc-nl to my son, Kil- Wiiid, July 4, at 1:20 a. in. on the | Marqiutti- Mi mortal lload in Butters- i villc kindly write me as additional infdi malion from them is m t-essary. I Itewaid tor this information lias been ' flit reused. Dr. Hart I-:. Fisher. 79 W. ! .Monroe St.. Chicago. ! IIKATKKS—Heatrolas and used fnrnari's for sale. Holland Furnace Co., (iOJ W. Ave. HANOI:—Large green and white porce- | lain Kalama/oo. Good condition. Inq. 313 N. William St. Farm and Dairy Products POTATOES—SOr a bu.; also carrots, ] rhubarb. Norman Kandall. G mis. S. ' ol l.udliigtun, K. 3, on US-31. KlI'K llfl'.BAKD sqi'ASIl—For sale by j the pound or ton. Frank Barclay. Tei li-'li-F-H. Sroltville. j PIP NOT A&K you TO DEBAT& TH£ POlHT! T A6K&D yOU TO ORDER 3 OUT CHECK* - ., QUESTION ! AMERICAN FROM MAHARAJAH AM NO" YOUR RB6CtiBR6>\ RAJAH you VOi//? THOU6AHD TO WHOM MAK& OUT 1 ? Strayed, Lost, Found 10 Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 5(i LOST—Jl\7 tin- and whei-l on l'S-31 Ix-tw.-'-n l.iKlhiKtiin and Shi-lby. HK- \VAItl). IMione 1184. Automotive ^S^^y^^^^-i-vxv^^^-w-fc^^^iwrN.^ Auto Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 HOT WATIIH lli:\Ti:ilS— Kor your car. S3. !<X and up. M. .1. llahriiiRrr, 105 i:. l.ounm St. I'KATT AND DOMINO FKEIIS—At reasonable prices. Bethke Feed Barn. Tel. 163-W. i Real Estate for Rent; BLOKDIE Apartments and Flats Men Are Such Rough-Necks! Good Things to Eat 57 Repairing—Service Stations 16 NO MONKKY Itl'SINKSS—When we dn u lub uf nrrt\leiir wfldlnR. it's riqlit. •«"k.i {i:ir;iK<-. 11(12 S. Madison St. CIUKK MADK—From hand picked, delicious apples, for sale. Order yours now. also Delicious apples priced reasonable, .toIni llouk. It. 1. I.udington. Tel. 3,-,-F-h. OltUKIt YOl'K—Winter supply of apples now. Vi-ry fine. Starks. Il-d & Golden Delirious. Wagners. Spies. Winter Bananas and Baldwins, .lohn M. A. Hansen. ' .. nil. N. Stiles Corner. K. 2, I.ndincton. APAKTMKNT—I'll furnished, downstairs, for rent. Inquire 404 K. Melendy. Tel. 1!I2-W. FOU KKNV—r-.irnlshi'd apt. for housekeeping. Heat, private bath, all t-onven- iinci-s. 204 N. Gaylord. Tel. G43-W. (INK 3-KOOM APT.— I'pstairs; 3-room ; apt. downstairs. Heated, furnished, i janitor service. Inq. 3(15 K. Ludiiigton. Phone 43G. 2 MOIIKKN HKATKD THREE—Room apis, with bath, 311 X. Gaylord Ave. Inq. :»)!» N. (iayloid or Phone K24. Household Goods 5f) Houses for Kent Business Service Business Services Offered 18 ! ,, i FAKMKHK ATTKNTION—Dead stock re- I Phone rolli-ct. Prompt service. ! Ml'SKK<;i)N UK.NDKKING CO. Tel. ' t.coltville. 123-r-ll. i _ _^_ „ 1 AL DI'.MAS RADIO M-IKVICK—Kxpei t ( M-r\iri' on any radio. 225 S. .lames. | l.utliiiRtou. I'hone 722 and S BARGAIN PRICES—On good U3ed gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators. range stoves. electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattix Store, Scottville. FOR SAI.K—I'sed Crane Gas Storage Heatfr and Williams Model (1. Oil Burner with all controls. Good buys. Inq. at Reliable Plumbing Co.. S. MODF.KN MOUSES— . v or rent at 509 N. Kowe; 2(lfi N. V, Mliam; 205 N. Robert. Olnist ad i Ne—'jerg. Phone 22 or 792 evenings. Wanted—To Rent HOW IMPOR I'A.vr—Ale >our Don't misirrat (hem. Glasses that fit Improve vision. Chinnery. Scottville. •'• j OIL IIKATKKS—Washers. Radio. Retrl K — , eralors. New and used. Buy where you ; <-yev.' , grl service. GROTKMATsWlFF. SAV- I INC; STATION. 1 WANTED TO U EN 1-3 or 4 room unfurnished apartment by young married -™^ will. norhimrc...Tel. H86-.J. Real Estate for Sale YOUC9 UP AND COME DOWN STAIRS LIKE WMERE ARE MY SPOOLS. -7 ALVIKI ? OUT .IN THE DMALL I9J9. King Features Syndicate. Inc.. World nt-hu tcKrv 77 81 lie llth day of November, 1939, and WHEREAS, it appears after due ex- of the I amlnutiun and consideration o e cars-oeu ................... .a ' affairs of this trust that its termination South *Cal Edison ................. 25T' a Republic Steel SC. L-San Trail Scars-Roebuck NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Trademark Keclstct«« U. U. Patent Offict as of that dute would result in a mone- ' Standard Brands tnry loss to the parties at interest, the Standard Oil Cal Brokers in Real Estate R . i . .. „ I THE IIEST PLACE—To buy used and Cleaning, Dyeing, Hcnovatlllg 20 ! n:-w furniture, stoves and healers is _ | at lion's New and I'sed Furniture Store. 501 E. Dowland. Tel. 481-M. creditors of this trust, and would otherwise be inadvisable nncl undesirable for nil parties concerned; NOW, THEREFCl-tE, in consideration Standard Oil Ind Stand Oil N J ... Studebaker Underwood El j i NOW, THEREFCl-tE, In consideration i Underwood ttl . i FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and re- j of the foregoing, and in accordance with i Union Carbide i sort property see Home Realty Co., authority granted by Section XVI of | Union Pacific .. .MEN'S Sl'ITS—Dry cleaned and pressed. plain dresses, 4!lc. I.udlncton Dry Cleaners, .lames & Foster Sts. ! SE Room 8, Xat'l Bank BIdg. the Trust Agreement, I hereby extend | United Corp Employment V^^S^-M'S^-'X^S^^V^^V^V^V^S^ Help Wanted—Female 32 MIDDLi: AGKI> LADY—Wauled for part lime evening work. Write W. I... Box 71. l.uilillKlon. Ol'R LINK— Of Wrstflox clocks. The latest models and various colors l Hamiltoirs, 225 S. James St. j SAVi: ON Fl'KI. BILLS—The Kstale Oil Heatrola with its super-efficient, double i-hamher bowl burner and exclusive Intensi-Fire Duct, gets th- most out of less fuel. See (hern at W. K RKADKR & CO. in CUSTF.R niirl I -nif! fnr Slip ana L.ana lor oaie the life of this Trust Agreement for one ' year, effective as of the llth day of 1 November, 1939, with the said Trust ' Agreement to expire on the llth day of FOR SALK—80-acre farm. Good land ; November 1940 and buildings. Price reasonable. Will | IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- take in city residence. H. L. Darr, Free- | xm to 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 . 293, . 28'.;, . 483,4 . 9 . 42 . 901,'a .103=u ! 78^ . 19% Houses for Sale 84 7u:t Livestock Dogs, Cats, Other Pets 47 IIOl'NDS—Fur sale, :i, English Beagle, 'i lUuilKk, l.'i mos. old. Partially trained. W. G. Stevens, Custer. Horses, Cattle, Vehicles 48 Farm Equipment 61 ;t N, ROWF, ST.—6 rooms, bath, furl ! stu'te of 'Michigan, hereby approve of hasi -input, furnace. 2 lots. Also 403 S. I tne foregoing action of the Commission- U S Steel Yellow T & C Stock Averages, Oct. 18 (Compiled By The Associated Press) 30 15 15 60 Indust Bails Util Stocks i Net change ... D.I Unch Unch Unch Today 75.9 23.4 39.6 53.6 Previous day .. 76.0 23.4 Month ago 75.1 21.9 Year ago 75.9 21.1 Staffon St.. 5 rooms and bath. A. T. Bt-nson, Nat'l Bank Bldg. .1 Take ~ f LYouibHat o The PUMPS WAnH5Y5TtMS-M»YTOOLS-000«HAMGERi B. SMF.DBERG <fe SON. CU8TER. Water Systems G1A. •n.Rsr;v cow—For •Ian. 4. Guernsey Irrshen l>ir. 1st. plat-e K. fairgrounds on L'S-31. sale. Will freshen i SKK—Our TCRBO-LIFT electric water and Jersey heifer ' systems. W. K. RKADKR & CO.. in Fri-d Haekert. :)rtl > CCSTKK. TOR SALE— Two 4-year-old and two 2-year-old horses. Mrs. J. Rosenow, •< , mi. S. ol Diamond school. FOR SALE—Jersey cow to freshen Nov. 7. Shorthorn heifer lo Ireshen Oct. 28. A. R. Klikman. 2 mi. S.. '•.• mi. W. ('lister. 4 BERKSHIRE IM'ROC—Crossbred sows due to farrow in about '.'. weeks. Clarence II. Johnson. Custer. Specials at the Stores <J4 NKWKST (!. K.—WIIITK WASHKR. $6!).. r >0 and $24.!)5. (i lube (i. K. table radio free. Newest Easy White Washers, $69.50 and fit) boxes Oxydol soap free. Wallace Kuras, 210 W. Ludington. Phone 004. 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. foregoing (-r of the Banking Department. Dated: 9/14 39. L. D. DICKINSON. Governor. Oct. 4. 11. IB. STATE OF MICHIGAN, ORDER OF THE CONSERVATION COMMISSION RACCOON—LOWER PENINSULA The Director of Conservation, having made a thorough investigation relative to trapping of raccoon in the Lower Peninsula, recommends certain rcgula- 193R High 77.0 23.8 Low 58.8 15.7 High 79.5 23.5 Low 49.2 12.1 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 61.8 1939 1938 1938 39.6 33.3 36.1 4u.6 33.7 37.8 24.9 53.6 52.4 52.0 53.6 41.6 54.7 33.7 16.9 157.7 61.8 THC 7VIARK.ETS Board Rooms without Board BALKD HAY—Will swap for milk cow or young heifers. George Shestokas, 1 mi. X. of Menninger school. (J8 LOOK $5 10 Vlt. OLD MARK—For sale. Weight 1,400. $K5. .lohn Gumhulis, It. I. Pi-nl- wali-r. Poultry and Supplies 4!) I.AUGK WHITE ROCK—Pullets for salt- Leslie Mi-Clellau. \i;, mi. N., 2'- ml. I-:, of v V 5 v V 1 8 u< 8 8 I S STEAM HEATED ROOMS— For rent by day or week. Reasonable. Also custom sewing done. In<|. 319 N. Robert St. The elephant as the symbol 01 Ihe Republican parly was orig- j mated by Thomas Nast in a car- I tOOll published in 1874. •> PCRKBKKn GUERNSEY—Bull calves, will swap for S10 value in grain, pork or what have you. William L. Pleiness, 4 mi. S. of Scottville. LOCAL. m/\KK<TS Light red kidney beans $4.00 Dark red kidney beans $4.00 Dark cranberry beans $1.75 Light cranberry beans $2.25 m^^v^v^, tin- Conservation Com-i White pea beans $2.45 mission, bv authority of Act 230, P. A. Yelloweye beans J2.75 ' - • • •• Poultry Leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. and up 9c Hea vy hens 14c Plymouth Rock springers. 6 VOI.T KC.A KADIO—And wind charger | WM H LOUTIT will swap for anything I can use. Los- i ninirnvin lit McCU-lliin. P... mi. N. and 2'., mi. (-nn"m-'». K. of Custi'r. 1925. hereby orders that for a period of l one year It .shall be unlawful to trap racco'oii in the Lower Peninsula north of the north line of T. 16 N. and west of Sayinnw Bay excepting from November 15 to December 15, 1939, inclusive, and south of the north line of T.. 16 N. nnd cast of Saginaw Bay. including all ol Huron County, excepting from December 1 to December 15, 1939. inclusive. Signed, sealed and ordered published ! this 14th day of July, 1939. P. J. HOFPMASTER. ' Director, Department I of Conservation. Conservation Commission by. f, VOLT WIND CILMH5ER—Radio, lights, will swap for cow, heifer or anything I can use. H. B. Cory, «, mi. W. of Wiley store. LEGAL NOTICES WAYLAND OSGOOD Secretary. Oct. 11. 18, 25. Buys a 100% New COTTON MATTRESS You can't heat this price anywhere. OVERSTUFFED SETS, beautiful, new styles, they are big bargains Nice Double Compartment UTILITY CABINETS, only While trimmed in red. $59.75 $6.95 FOR SALE—Good used OVERSTUFFED 2-PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE at a bargain. NEW AND USED FURNITURE STORE .Tnhnarm Pr»nr> For the past four ycars witu u UU.UJ3U11, Jriup, obol's Furniture Store 501 E. DOWLAND STREET STAri-. OF MICHIGAN, HANKING DEPARTMENT In the Matter of Trustees of Segregated Assets of Fountain State Bank, Fountain, Michigan. Before: F. Elliott Jr., Commissioner of tho Banking Department* ORDER FOR EXTENSION OF TRUST AGREEMENT WHEREAS, u certain Trust Agreement was mudc and entered Into on the llth day of November, 1933, by and between the Fountain State Bank, a Michigan banking corporation of Fountain, Michigan..and H. J. Gr.BOi-y. Henry C. Arp, and Emll Biohm, as Trustees, duly appointed by the Commissioner of the Banking Department of the State of Michigan, with the approval of the Governor, lo act as such Trustees and carry out the terms, conditions and purposes of the Trust thereby created, and WHEREAS. Section XVI and Section XX of the Trust Agreement entered Into by and between the Bank and the Trus- V tees provided that the life of the said V i Trust Instrument should be, in the first MARKETS AND FINANCE NF.W YORK STOCKS (1:30 P. M. Prices) Adams Express Wu Am Can 11G Am Smelt & Ref .56> 2 Air. Tel & Tel -166 Va 14 under 4 Ibs 17c Plymouth Rock springers, Colored springers 15c 4 Ibs. and up 17c Grain ShelleJ com, cwt $1.05 Rye, cwt. Oats. cwt. . Wheat, cwt. Eggs Beef Horse Produce Hides ' ...85c ..$1.00 ..$1.00 ..... 6c . ..3'/ 2 c Am Wat Wks Anaconda Armour of 111 Auburn Auto Aviation Corporation Borden Calumet & Hecla ... Ches & Ohio Chrysler Colum O & El Com'wlth South .... Curtlss Wright. Detroit Edison Elec P & L General Elec Ocn Foods General Mot 54 1 ,» 3U 6 3 a 2i>:, . 73/4 9 41 3 !| VI instance, for five years from the date V thereof, but may be extended from year :•» to year upon order of the Commissioner, K and K WHEREAS, The Trust Agreement was A, extended for one year, or from Novem- Al her 11, 1938, to November 11, 1939, by an A order of the Commlss'-Hier of the Banking Department datsu September 14, 1038, as amended by a-ner dated December 22, 1938, and WHEREAS, the life o> the said Trust Hudson Mot Int Harvest Int Nick Can Tnt Tel & Tel Kennecott Corp ... Ligg & Myers B .. Marshall Field ... Masonlte Corp Montgomery Ward Motor Wheel 6",'* 66 5"« 41»'B 98 16>'a 38 56'!- Sagimiw Beans (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) SAGINAW. Mich., Oct. 18.—(/Pi- Michigan Bean Shippers' association Wednesday prices: Handplckod pea- beans, per c\vt., 2.50; hnndplcked red kidneys, light. 4; dark, 4; handpicked | yclloweyes, 2.75; handpicked choice re- clpaned cranberries, light, 2.40; dark, 1.90. GrUTHftlE AND GAFFV STEPP&P TO THE FIRING LINE PETERS RELAXED HIS <SWP ON VESUVIUS -THEN IN THE TVS/INKLING OF A GNAT& EYE, WELL- GOATS WILL BE GOATS '// ^__ instrument would otherwise expire on Keo Motor Nash-Kelvlnator 6% National Biscuit 23 l 'i Natl Power & Light 8T'« New York Central 22" 4 North American 23'a Packard 4 Penney (J C) 91'i Phelps Dodge 45% Philips Pete 45ii, Pullman 39". Radio 0'/ 4 Radio Keith-Orp Hi Bnton Harbor Produce (Quotations in Cents) BENTON HARBOR, Mich., Oct. 18.— df} — Prices paid here Tuesday on 26,164 packages were: Apples—Bushel, No. 1, 2'/ 2 in. Jonathans, .75-.80; Delicious, .65-.90; Stayman, .50-.G5; Baldwin, .45-.50; Gano, Wolf River. King, .50; R. I. Greenings, .50-.65; Wageners, .45-.50; Winter Banana, .50-.55. Grapes—Concords, fancy table, 4 qts., mostly, .15; 12 qts., No. 1, .34-.37; No. 2, .32-.S6; few poor as low as, .22. Pears—Bushels, No. 1, Kleffers, .50-.60; few poor, .40-.50. Cider—Gallons, .20-.22. Detroit Livestock (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) DETROIT. Oct. 18.—I/I')—Cattle—Receipts 500; market steady; good to tiholrp veo i -"n"s 9.75-11: fntr to t:ood yearlings, 8.50-9.75; good to choice heavy steers, a.25-10.25; fair vo food heavy steers, 8.25-9.25; common butcher cattle, 5-6- canivr and cutter cows, 3.25-5.25; best butcher and heavy bologna bulls, 0.50-7-, milkers and springers, 50-75. Calves—Receipts 400: market ateadv; best calves, 13; selects, 13.50; fair to good, 11-12; seconds, 9-10.50; culls and common, 4-8.50. Sheep and lambs—Receluts 1,500; market steady; best lambs, 9.50; heavy fat sheep. 2-.50. —Apples—Mich. bu. baskets and bu. box.s U. S. No. 1, 2\' z in. mln. Winter Bananas, .50; Delicious, .75-1.10; N W Greenings, .40-.50; Kings, .50-.60; Jonathans, .75-.8S; Mclntosh, .60-.85; Spys, .75-1; Wealthles, .50; Wolf Rivers, .35.40. Celery—Mich, bunches dozens medium size, .20; mammoth, .40. Onions—50 Ib. sacks U. S. No. 1: Mich, yellow medium size, .45-.60; whites, medium size, .60. Potatoes—100 Ib. sacks U. S. No. 1: Ida. Rut-set Burtaanks, 1.75-1.90; Mich. Russet Rurals, 1.25-1.35; Chippewas, 1.35-1.40; Maine Chippewas, 2. Velma Song with guitar accompaniment—Q. Brower of South Custer. ... Music—Bill Clapper and Anker Sorensen of St. Mary's Lake.. Detroit Poultry (Quotations In Cents) DETROIT. Oct. 18.—(/P)—Poultry- Market steady. Hens, 5 Ibs. up, 16; leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. tip, 11; cocks, 8 and 10; Rock springers, 16; colored itpring- ers, 14; leghorn springers. 12; hen turkeys, 10 Ibs. xip, 19; torn turkeys, 15 Ibs. up, 18; ducks, white, 5 Ibs. up, 12; rabbits, 9, Bliss Triumphs. 85 to 90 percent U. S. Secured by Bei'lllCC aild No. 1, cotton sacks washed, 1.70; un- T fll .,. W ni v,p Drespnted' washed, 1.50; burlap sacks unwashed, uau wlu De . Plc8>_emea. 1.25-.42 1 ,-.; washed, 1.70; Colorado Bed McClures U. S. No. 1 burlap sacks generally good quality and condition, 1.65; fine quality- and condition good color, 2; North Dakota Red River valley section Cobblers, U. S. No. 1, 1.15; 85 to SO & tr s en No U i S i; N Biiss Triump : hs 5 7S 't^'. Song-The Four Country. Cous- percent U S. No. 1, 1.05-.20. ms. — Reading—Mrs. Jess Leer. uTcents) Piano-accordion music—Frank CHICAGO, Oct. IB.—(/P)—Butter—Re- Rakas. : ceipts 597,321; market unsettled; cream- rp_ rinnpp Dudlev arid try-93 score, 29>/ 2 -30; 92, 29; 89, 26; 90 | ^P «ani,e Wittce i/uuicjr auu centralized carlots, 21\' 2 - a ,!i\ other prices rsaijjata unchanged. | Eg-gs—Receipts 5,163; market firm; refrigerator extras, 18'/4; standards, 18; firsts, 17''4; other prices unchanged. Detroit Dairy (Quotations In Cents) DETROIT, Oct. 18.— Iff) —Butter—Best creamery In Uibs, 27 l /2-28'/2. Eggs—Current receipts, 20; dirties, 16>/ 2 ; checks, 15'/ 2 . Chicago Potatoes (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) CHICAGO, 111., Oct. 18.—W 5 )—(United States Department of Agriculture.) \t snurp. ^-.OU, t omvca i^ciJm uncut ui rtB 1 ii>uin.iic.; — Hogs—Receipts 1,000; market pros- I Potatoss—Receipts 72, on track 422, to- pects steady; previous, 7.50 for 200-220 I tal U. S. shipments 539; market, best Ib. hogs downward to 6.25-.50 for roughs, stock all sections slightly stronger, demand fairly good, poor stock about Detroit Produce steady, demand light; supplies rather Burb'ani^u's " Chicago Poultry (Quotations In Cents) T "£Z?£* CHICAGO, Oct. 18.—Iff')—Poultry—Re- Ludington/ . Harmonica and guitar music— Q. Brower. Song—Tom Hall. Surprise number. Music—The Happy Gang from ceipts live, 41 trucks; market firm; hens, 41/2 Ibs. up, 15V 2 ; colored springs, 4 Ibs. up, 13; other prices unchanged. Announce Program for PT-A Friday CUSTER.—The October meeting of the Resseguie PT-A will be held at the schoolhouse Friday evening, Oct. 20, at 8 o'clock. After the close of the program refreshments will be served. - FreesoU .J Ruth TomUn of Pennsylvania visited Mrs. Nora Black Saturday and Sunday. • , Mrs. Lindsey and son, John, and Mrs. -Lynn of LudJngtqn, were recent geusts of Mrs. Ceiia. washed 1 " eaW; with the president, Mrs. Oscar ] Hagstrom. Odean, in charge. Following the Amos Washington qf w regular business meeting the fol-1 visited friends in Freesoil c -c- uran o wase ed St*t£ ^ Depmmen t ot AgrtoulUin.) mostly" 1.85; unwisned; 1.60; Neb^sta lowing numbers which have been day.

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