The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 21, 1939 · Page 5
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Ludington, Michigan
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SATURDAY, OCT. 21, 1939- THE DAILY NEWS—LUDIttGTON, MICHIGAN. You Can't Rent Your Property If People Don't Know About It Use The Want Ads 1 PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per line (or consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines $ .81 $ .72 One day, 3 lines 36 .30 Advertising ordered for irregular Insertions takes the one time insertion rate; no ad taken Tor 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 Daily News Office within six days from the first insertion itash -rate will be allowed. Ads ordered fof 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. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Kate per line for white space Is the same as u ! ! »o of copy. Announcements In Memoriam 3 (illOVKS—In memory of my beloved ' wife. C»r:i Nettie (troves, who passed away Oct. 21, 1938. Dearest wife, you have left me, And my loss I deeply f:rl, Hut it's God who has nrrelt me. lie ran nil mv sorrows heal. Yd again I hope to meet von When the days of life is.fled, When in liea'vrn in joy to ere"! you. Where no fare-well tear is shed. Ill'SliANO. POPEYE U. 8. Patent Offic* Trademark Nothing on Their Minds But Hats LISSEK), AIN'T MES,THIS WELL, WHY AIKI'TCHA VA CER.TJNGLV A\Ki'T GOT ENMVTHIMGTO WORR.V ABOUT TN I WE WANT SOMETHIN6 ^ (Wnltei^O^ORRV ABOUT V • V I i -I i^w^_ ^fc. r. ^**. _ ^^. HATS COUMTRV WHERH High school colors, Orange and Black, Green and White, and Blue Felt, all sizes. HUITV ana get yours TH1KJG IS PERFECT THAT IS THE TRODBLE PENNEY'S Copi 1919, King Pciltirti Syndmtt. Inc.. Wotld riglm mina j Business Service ! DICKIE DAEE trademark Registered U. 8. Pat«,- Office Money CheerfullyRefunded Business Services Offered 18 FARMEtSS ATTENTION—Dead stock re- j moval. Plume collect. Prompt service. I Mi'SKECJON RENDERING CO. Tel. i ticottvnle, 129-F-Il. j AL DUMAS KAI1IO SKKVICK—Expert service on any radio. 225 S. .lames, I I.iidington. Phone 722 and Scollville. j Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating i MEN'S SUITS—Dry cleaned and pressed. I plain dressc*. 4Hc. I.iidington Dry 1 Cleaners, .lames & Foster Sts. Dressmaking and Millinery PAl.MKK—In loving memory of our Min '• HEMSTITCHING—But I on making. New and brother. Cordon, who parsed away i stamped goods. Rug patterns, infants' six \eais a so (oday. wear. \etdlework Shop, '.ill S. James CAI'T. and MKS. NEI.S PAI.MKK. | STASI.KV PALMER. | Laundering 24 STANLEY PALMER. GROVES—In memory of our beloved mot tier, Cora Nettie Groves, who passed away Oct. 21. 1938. Denr-st Mother. Minn hast left us; And our loss we dc-eply feel. lint it's God that has bereft us. He ran all our sorrows heal. Yet :is:i!n we hope to meet thee Whrn III:' (lavs of lifi- U fled. When in Heaven In joy to greet thee where no farewtll tear Is shed. CHILDREN. LAUNDRY WORK—Wanted. Excellent work. All washings indmdually done. Called for and delivered. Prices reasonable. Phone 35U-1V. Tr/e MAHARAJAH'^ imiB TOAD-FAC&P I'LL £Ai 6O, PAL! JI4T LOOKlT TH* O' THAT FOR. A THOI/5ANP POONP5 IF DICKI&. AHV I &J£R TURN INTO HUMAH HEBL6 Yl&'LL YOUR P//<W BUT HOT 6BCOHD Repairing and Refinishing 29 WATCH REPAIRING — And complet? line of jewelry at most reasonable prices. .1. II. Chinnery, Scottville. Flowers and Mourning: Goods 4 CUT FI.OWEUS—And funeral work. Tel. 67Z. Frank Nordlnv, 810 E. Ludington Ayr. Employment Help Wanted— Female 2 GOOD C.l'EKNSEY COWS—Choice ol I TJT rfcXTTlTTI four. TH and Bang's disease tested. I JjJLcUJN JJllLi Also young heifers for sale. Frank So- 2 mi. E., I'-j mi. H. of US-31. A Dose of His Own Medicine 32 Automotive ^W^^X^^X-fc^^Vrf-S^X^X^^^rf^^* Automobiles for Sale Help Wanted—Male 11 FORt)—V-H rn.u-h in A-l condition, new rubber. Klmer II. Petvrson, 1 mi. W.. 1 .. mi. S. Scotlville. Tel. I26-F-2. TKKKAPLAXE—1S3B Deluxv touring sedan, raiilu &. healer. 1»3R Terraplane Ucluve Inuring 2-door. radio & heater. 19.15 Terraplanc deluxe touring 2-door. radio <V- healer. I'.Kill linick 5-passengfr roupe. good condition. I9Z9 .Model A Ford roupr. 1!!32 .Model A Ford truck. Mailer's Super Seivlee Cor. James Afe Foster. Phone 479. Trailers 11A HOUSE TltAIl.F.U—Complete with 'li!) ! WANTED—M.-in to work on 'arm. George i L. Yocky, Victory Township R. 4, Luil- 1 ington. i H'ANTEU—Two men tree to travel. Fast selling liral. Earnings paid daily. See i Mr. Asher evenings at 302 E. Filer. i Situations Wanted—Female 30 j HOUSEWORK —Or care of children wanted l>v day or hour. Experienced. Phone 317-.I. Merchandise SAY DIDN'T I TELL YOU LAST WEEK I DIDN'T WANT TO BUY AWVTHING ? I DONTTELL YOU MOW TO RUN YOUR BUSINESS, SO DONTTELL ME MOW TO RUN MINE I GOT HIM WHERE I WANT HIM THIS TIME Articles for Sale World rights reserved Copr 1959. King F«.»lmcs Syndicate. Inc . 1 AT I'.AIUJAIN PRICES—1{. h.p.. 110-volt I 60-cy. CH-neral Electric Rebuilt Motors. I.. .Mattix Store, Scottville. 2 DOUm.F. BAKHF.I.—Shotguns. 2 rifles, fur sale. Farmers' Exchange store No. j 2. K. Ludington Avc. Farm and Dairy Products FOR SALE—Cabbage, turnips, kale, citron. Ilelge Johnson, >•• mi. south Amber corners. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers PRATT AND DOMINO FEEDS—At reasonable prices. Bethkc Feed Barn. Tel. KJ3-VV. ^Livestock Dogs, Cats, Other Pets 47 ALFALFA HAY FOR SALE. Tel. 18-F-15. Good Things to Eat 57 licinse. for sale clu-ap. Phone 103C> or j HOUNDS—lor sale, •>, English Beagle, Inn. •I'M! S. Washington. 'i HI"! tick. 15 mos. old. Partially -- •—:=-r_=i '•• • '- ' trained. W. G. Stevens, Custer. Repairing—Service Stations 16 SAVE .MONEY HERE—On auto repairs. Road service day or night. Belke Garage, 1102 S. Madison St. Tel. 860. Horses, Cattle, Vehicles 48 STEERS—One heifer, yearlings, for sale. Elmer E. Peterson. 1 mi. W., \mi. S. Scotlvillc. Tel. 12G-F-2. ORDER YOUR—Winter supply of apples now. Very fine. Starks, Red & Golden Delicious, Wagners, Spies, Winter Hananas and Baldwins. .John M. A. Ilansen. Ji mi. N. Stiles Corner, R. 2, Lndington. KEIFER PEARS—Tree ripened, good quality. 25c per bu. Wm. Miller, '/. mi. west of Sugar Grove. Household Goods 59 Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR RENT—Furnished apt. for housekeeping. Heat, private bath, all conven- itnces, 204 N. Gaylord. Tel. 643-W. FOR RENT—-l-room second floor flat furnished. Vacant Oct. 25. Phone 24- F-5. FURNISHED HEATED APT., FOR RENT. Tel. 920. BARGAIN PRICES—On good U3ed gasoline engine washing machines, cream , separators. range stoves, electric i ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattix ! Store, Scottville. 306 N. HARRISON—Modern apt. for rent. Available Nov. 1st. Inq. same address. 133/4 33Tn 6 ','•> 6% 21 >,'•. Houses for Rent 77 BEAUTIFUL MASSIVE BLACK WALNUT —!)-pc. dinine room suite, like new, lor I sale, also rebuilt 3-pc. wicker set. I Priced reasonable. Wright's Uphol- j st.ery. 203 E. Dowland. ! LEARN ABOUT CLEANLINESS—Economy and qiii'.'t operation of the Double Chamber Howl Burner. It's one of the outstanding features of the new ESTATE OIL HEATROLAS. See these stoves at W. E. READER & CO., in CUSTER. AT HAMLIN—Furnislud cottage loi rent. Call evenings. A. D. Emery. Phone 8H1-M. MODERN HOUSES—c-'or rent at 509 N. R ^we; 206 N. William; 205 N. Robert. Oi.nstead & Newberg. Phone 22 or 792 vcnings. I OIL HEATERS—Washers, Radio, Refrlg- | crators, New and used. Buy where you get service. GROTEMAT'S WIFE SAVING STATION. OUR LINE OFFERS—Kitchen clocks in assorted styles and colors at various prices. Hamilton's. 225 S. .lames St. • You'll be glad if you Investigate Fairbanks,-Morse Automatic Coal Burners before you let yourself in for expensive fuels. Twenty per cent of today's automatic coal burner buyers are switching from some other form of automatic heat to automatic coal heat. They are discarding costly equipment purchased only a short time ago in order to put in automatic coal heat. Why? That's what you want to know before you buy. We can show you. Fill the handy hopper of this Fairbanks-Morse Automatic Coal Burner once a day or less. It does the rest. 98% less work at a lower fuel cost. THAN 25c PEE DAY INA FAHtBAlfiKS-MORSE IN YOUR HOME! FOR FURTHER INFORMATION MAKE USE OF OUR EASY TIME PAYMENTS! C%g Abrohainson-Nerheim Co <V4^;[cfc^i:ii|i|.WJ:^J!ii:i < rUf r THE BEST PLACE—To buy used and new furniture, stoves and heaters is at HOB'S New and Used Furniture Store. 501 E. Dowland. Tel. 481-M. SEE—The new MEADOWS WASHER at THE PALACE, Scottville. $39.95 and up. FRANK CLAVEAU. SEE OUR NEW—Flex Steel bed spring. Guaranteed for 25 years. Much easier to clean than the coil springs. A light, strong spring. W. E. READER & CO. in CUSTER. KEROSENE STOVE—And Westinghouse Electric range, like new. H. Smedbcrg & Son, Ciister. Farm Equipment 61 | ^,Take_Qtt.YoJJfcHat">' ) PUMPS-WATER SYSTEMS •HAYTOOUS-DOOH HANGERS ( H. 8MBDBERG & SON- CUSTER. Musical Merchandise PIANO—Attractive apartment size piano, modern design, practically new. Will sacrifice for cash or reasonable time payments. Shown only by appointment as piano is in private home. For full information write to Mrs. Earl T. Netzow, 1412 Farmer Sr., Detroit, Michigan. MODERN—Furnace heated, houses at 418 N. Gaylord and 510 N. Harrison St. C. F. Olmstead. Phone 22 or 752. Wanted—To Rent 81 \\ANTED TO RENT—Small unfurnished house. No children in family. Tel. 283-M. 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 Blclg. Houses for Sale 84 703 N. ROWE ST.—6 rooms, bath, fuel basi-ment, furnace. 2 lots. Also 403 S. Staff on St., 5 rooms and bath. A. T. Benson, Nat'l Bank Bldg. 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. ELECTRICIAN—Will exchange labor for vegetables. Oliver Ball, R. 1, Pentwater. I/.', mi. S. Nickersou school. Specials at the Stores 64 NEWEST G. E.—WHITE WASHER, $69.50 and $24.95. 6 tube G. E. table radio free. Newest Easy White Washers, $69.50 and 60 boxes Oxydol soap free. Wallace Kuras, 210 W. Ludington. Phone 604. WILL SWAP—One iron gray 4-year-old mare, gentle and well broken, also one half blood Guernsey-Swiss heifer, for fat cattle, hogs or anything I can use. C. H. Tucker, I!'/- mis. E. of Freesoil. Wearing Apparel 65 WILL SWAP—Good work horse or potatoes for cattle or anything I can use. 1 ml. west of Wiley. Jno. Appleton, R. 2, Scottville. WILL SWAP—Wild land and cedar posts for black sheep. Wm. J. Hall, 609 N. Rath. COATS—For sale, two misses' winter coats, size 18. Excellent condition, reasom'' 1 " priced. E. Pedersen, 2 mi. S. Scottville. , .( Wanted—To Buy 6G Five-sixths of'Estonia's population of 1,126,0'00 are Lutheran. Rhone-'ISO i WANTED TO BUY—Usad pair French I doors, 7 ft, x 2 ft. 3 in., can be a little larger. Write N.L.A., Box 71, Ludington. A night club In Hungary has a revolving dance floor and bars "sunk" alrh'ost to floor level. , MARKETS AND fINAJSTCE NEW YORK STOCKS (Closing Prices) Adams Express 9'/a Am Can Am Smelt & Ret . . 54','a Am Tel & Tel An. Wat Wks Anaconda Armour of 111 Aviation Corporation Borden Calumet & Hecla ... Ches & Ohio 43'^ Chrysler 91 Colum G & El 7V> Com'wlth South 1% Curtiss Wright 8 Detroit Edison 119 fciec P&L 9 General Elec 413/ 4 Gen Foods 44i/ 6 General Mot 54Ta i Hudson Mot e^i Int Harvest 65'4 Int Nick Can 38% Int Tel & Tel 434 Kennecott Corp <-. 41% Llgg & Myers B 99'/ 2 Marshall Field 16 Masonite Corp ^ w 3 / t Montgomery Ward 56T'a Motor Wheel 16% Nash-Kelvlnator 7'/ 4 National Biscuit 23i' 4 Natl Po\ver & Light • 8'/a New York Central 21T 8 North American 23 Packard 31' B Penn:y (J C) 911^ Phelps Dodge 44',^ Philips Pete 45% Pullman ss 1 ,^ Radio 6',ij Radio Keith-Orp 11,i, Reo Motor 1% Republic Steel 27% St. L-San Fran % Sears-Roebuck 82 South Cal Edison 26 Standard Brands 5% Standard Oil Cal 28% Standard Oil Ind ; 271/4 Stand Oil N J 48 \' 2 Studebaker 97'a Union Carbide 89% Union Pacific 103 United Corp 2 5 !i U S Steel 77% Yellow T&C 20% DETROIT STOCKS (Closing Pricss) Allen El & Eq 1% Baldwin Rub .6'/ 2 Cons Paper 16% Consumers Steel 11/ 4 Det & Cleve Nav 72c Det Stl Corp 151,;. Divco Twin Truck 7V B Durham Mfg iy, Fed Mot Trk 5 Frankenmuth W 3 ,'a Goebel Brew 2'/4 Graham Paige 92c Hall Lamp 3% hoover Ball & B 15V- Hudson Mot 6% LaSalle Wines 1% Lakey Fdy & Mach 3% Michigan Sug 1 '/ 8 Mlcromatlc H Corp 5V- Motor Prod 13'i Motor Wheel 163/,, Murray Corp 6% Nash Kelv 71/3 Packard Motor 4 Parker Rust Proof 19% Peninsular Met 1% River Raisin Pap '. •' 2% TivolVl Brew 2 Universal Prod 17% Warner Aircraft 1% Stock Averages, Oct. 21 (Compiled By The Associated Press) 30 15 IS 60 Indust Rails Utll Stocks Net change and today- Previous day .. 75.2 22.8 39.5 53.0 Month ago 75.7 22.3 38.5 52.8 Year ago 77.7 21.7 36.5 53.1 1939 High 77.0 23.8 40.6 53.6 1939 Low 58.8 15.7 33.7 41.6 1P38 High 79.5 23.5 37.8 54.7 1938 Low 49.2 12.1 24.9 33.7 Movement in Recent Years 1(132 Low 17.5 8.7 23.9 1C.9 1929 High 146.9 153.9 184.3 157.7 1U27 Low ,,51.6 . 85.3 61.8 61.8 NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Trademark Registered I). M. Patent Officr . y/ELL, PETERS - - 8EIN' IN A POSITION T' JUDGE--1 THINK VER GOAT GIVE THE. WALLOP I EVER COME IN PUSSONAU CONTACT WITH-GUESS I'D BETTE.'R GO HOME. AN'FETCH THE |O BUCKS/ NAW X GAFFX-VOU KEEP YEfc TEN AN' GIT YERSELF A PILLOW/—GUESS VA HAP TROUBLES 'NUFF PER ONE WITHOUT MAKIN' VA PAV THUS E/MERQEP A RECOGNIZED 0UTfiNG CHAMPION OF PETERS AND GAFF-VIS PoPPl.NG.-OFF WAS STYMIEP FOR KEEP5 /,' THINGS QUIETED DOWN IN THE LITTLE gUf?G —. BUT NOT FOR LONG - THE MARKETS LOCAL, iaARK«TS Light red kidney beans ........... $4.00 Dark red kidney beans ............ .114.00 Dark cranberry beans ........... $1.75 Light cranberry beans ........... $2.25 White pea beans . ................ $2.45 Yelloweye beans .................. $2.75 Poultry Leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. and up ......... 9c Heavy hens ......................... 14o Plymouth Bock springers. under 4 Ibs ....................... 17o Plymouth Rock springers, Colored springers .................. ISo 4 Ibs. and up ...................... 17o Grain ShelleJ coru, cwu ................. $1.05 Rye, cwt ....... ..................... 85o Oats, cwt ......................... *i.nn Wheat, cwt ........................ $1.00 Produce Eggs ................................ 21c Hides e Beef ................................. 6c Horse .............................. S'/oc Saginaw Beans roiir.tnt,ion<: in Dollars and Cents) SAOINAW, Mich., Oct. 21.— VP)— Michigan Bean Shippers' Association Saturday pavlni? prices: Handplcked pea- beans, 2.50; handpicked red kidneys, light and dark. 4; handpicked yellow- eyes. 2.75; handpicked choice recleaned cranberries, light, 2.40; dark, 1.90. Benton Harbor Produce (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) BENTON HARBOR, Mich., Oct. 21.— W 1 ) — Prices paid on the fruit market here Friday for 11,296 packages were: Apples— Bushels, No. 1, 2i/ 2 in., Dell- clous. .70-.80; .Northern Spys, .60- .75: Golden Delicious, .50-.65: Stavmans, .55-.60; Winter Bananas. .45-.60; Starks, .su; beetle MCUB, .«»>; cwuuuuo, .uu, £-,* In. Jonathans, .65-.80; Grimes Golden, .45-.60; King Davids, .40-.60; Spltzen- bergs. .50. Grapes—Concords, 12 qts., .35-.40, poorer lower. * , Pears—Bushels, 2'/ 4 and 2i,a In/Kief- fers, .50-.65; poorer and smaller as low as .40. Cider—Gallon, .20-.22. Detroit Produce (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) DETROIT, Mich., Oct. 21.—(/)')— (United States Department of Agrlcul- tuiv.)—Apples—Mich. bu. baskets und bu. boxes U. S. No. 1, 2'/ 2 in. mln. Winter Bananas, .50-.60; Delicious, .75-1.10; NW Greenings, .40-.60; Kings, .50-.60; Jonathans, .75-.90; Mclntosh, .60-.85; Spys, .75-1; Wealthys, .SO-,60; Wageners .35-.50. Celery—Mich, bunches dozens medium, .20; mammoth, .35-.4Q.., ; . Onions—Mich. 50 Ib. sackSjXr, S. Np. 1 yellows, medium, .50-.60; 1 -targe, ".75; Western Sweet Spanish 50 Ib. sacks U. S. No. 1, 3 In. and larger, .90-.95. Potatoes—100 Ib. sacks U. S. No. 1: Ida. Russet Burbanks, 1.85-2; fair quality. 1.65-1.75; Mich. Russet Rurals, 1.251.35; Chippewas, 1.35-1.40; Maine Chlp- pewas, 2-2.10; Maine 15 Ib. paper sacks Katahdins, .36: Mich. Chippewas .25.26; Ida. 10 Ib. sacks Russets, .20-.22. Chicago Dairy (Quotations In Cents) CHICAGO, Oct. 21.—(#)—Butter—Receipts 593,341; markat firmer; creamery- 90 score, ae^i; 89, 25Va; 88, 25; 90 centralized carlots 27. Eggs—Receipts 2,793; market unsettled; refrigerator extras, 17%; standards, 171/2; firsts, 16%. ••' (1 .-,,..,. —, , :v.fMi Tea bushes require an annual rainfall of 100 inches or more. Pere Marquetters ' Form Hobo Group PHILUPS SGH0QL, — The Hobos, a neighborhood group of Pere Marquette township residents, congregated in | "Camp No. 1" Saturday eve- inin?j Oct. 14, according to 're| ports emanating from .their ! headquarters today. Banded (together as a social group, they 'o.hose their leaders and laid plans "for the coming cold winter just ahead." Their clothes, one member explained, showed evidence of 'the hard times and^onifc faces 'implied a lack of soap and water. In the center of the "camp" was n pile of wood wltli > a beautiful red glow showing from underneath. Autumn leaves rustled as the 'guests came to warm their hands and "olace the coffee cans, where they would best be heated. Paper .sack lunches were fi»» joyed toy the membership iffc its mysterious haunt. . s Only* ! ' further -mformatJQRI from the Pere Marqu"^"'' TWUS that it wdflld c hold similar "encampment succeeding weeks, ,., I .4':

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