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For the seventeenth time
officials at the San Marcos are issuing invitations to the annual invitational golf tour nament, which will this year be held on March 26, 27, 28, and 29. According to the invita tion, the course will be open to entrants on Sunday, Mar. 22, where it is impossible to qualify on the openng day of Thursday, March 26. The championship flight ] > * <> Let Us Print Your 1 Stationery | Cards Posters Envelopes Statements Letter Heads The Coolidge Examiner Big Auction Sale! COOLIDGE Saturday, March 21 AT 1 P. M. SHARP ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF THE COMMUNITY AUCTION LOT Sales to be held regularly on SATURDAY AFTERNOONS at least once, or perhaps twice monthly, hereafter. The pro ceeding sale date will be announced at this sale and in the news papers. OUR INTENTIONS The object of these sales is to supply the community with a Clearing House, to enable the farmers to dispose of their sur plus Horses, Cows, Implements, Household Effects or Produce without having the expense of holding a private sale. Bring in anything you wish to dispose of, Implements, Household furniture and other small articles sold on 10 per cent commission. Livestock 5 per cent commission. Our First Sale Consists of the Following 3 Planters 6 Cultivators 6 Harrows 2 Discs 2 Border Discs 2 Walking Plows 2 Sulky Plows 2 Listers 2 Single Listers 1 Fresno 1 Mower and Rake 4 Fordson Tractors 1 Team Mules 3 Milch Cows 1 Farm Wagon Household effects and many small articles of value too numerous to mention J AS. L. MENDELL, H. C. HALL, Clerk and Manager Auctioneer calls for 16, while all other flights will have 8. The program announcing the rules states that 18 holes will constitute a match play excepting the championship which will be 36 holes. Play ers may choose their own partners and starting time but must notify the starter and receive official score cards. Players are given up to 11 o’clock on Friday morning to qualify with the first match play in all flights getting away at 1 p. m. that after noon. Prizes will be award ed for low medalist in quali fying round and the winner and runner-up of each flight and for the winner of the consolation. Finals in the champion ship flight will start prompt ly at 1:30 p. m. on Sunday afternoon of March 29. Chandler Arizonan. THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER J FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Clyde K. Foster, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Mr. J. 11. Roberts, Superintendent Classes and Teachers for all ages Morning Worship, 11:00 a. in. COOLIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH Third and Pima Rev. Earl M. Ward, Pastor. Rev. J. W. Henderson, PastorEm ■ eritus. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. ! Intermediate and Senior Endeav ; or. 7:30 p. id. FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday school meets each Sun day at 10 a. m. R. Y. P. U. meets each Sunday at Prayer meeting each Wednesday 7:30 p. m. You are welcome to all these ser vices. ■ ■ MANY OTHERS AS LOW Good in warm, comfortable coaches and reclining chair cars on fast trains. Liberal stopovers. A few other low one-way coach fares: NEW ORLEANS . . s47 jo PHILADELPHIA . . . 79.46 ST. LOUIS 47J0 MINNEAPOLIS ao.oo NEW YORK *«0.70 •Good on Southern Pacific steamship, New Orleans to New York. Meals and berth cm steamer included. Southern Pacific M. L. DURHAM AGENT * Phone 22 * ST. PATRICK’S DANCE! Benefit Boy Scouts LEGION HALL COOLIDGE Kenny’s Collegians /Ts/ if M Radio Dance Band a/YOL* J azz Rythm Harmony (W TUESDAY MARCH 17* Saturday Specials .MARCH 14th Flour 481 b sack $1.25 Lamb Chops 25c 241 b “ .65 Lamb Roast 20c Spuds per cwt 1.80 p j> oast shoulder 20c Bunch Vegetables f ? r .05 „ . T rnll „ AO Pork Leg 22c Cabbage per lb .02 Fresh Ranch Eggs .18 Pork Sausage 20c Nuco Butter per lb .15 Ham Leg 15c FRUITS Fresh & Dry Beef Ribs 15c Bananas 41b .25 Pork Ribs 20c Newtown Apples 41b .25 Neck Bones 12c Dry Peaches per lb .121 Beef Liver 20c Dry Figs per lb .10 Pork Liver IBc Dry Prunes per lb .10 MEATS POULTRY Salt Meats Best Grade .15 Light Hens, Dressed 25c Best Steak .20 Heavy Hens “ 30c Pork Chops .25 Fryers “ 30c Sanitary Grocery and Market G. C. DAVIS, Prop.