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Entered as second-class matter March 7, 1930, at the post office at Coolidge, Arizona, under the Act of March 3, 1879. C. W. HOOPER Editor and Publisher Advertising rates furnished on application _ j Subscription rates $2.00 per year Miss Helen Attn way, Miss Beulah Murphy and Miss An-' geline Hardwick are spending this week-end in Tucson. There will be sunrise services at the Casa Grande National Monument on Easter Morning.; Preparations are in progress for the occasion and a large choir is practising to sing at the early morning service. M rs. J. T. Burke and her sis- : ter Mrs. L. A. Condit received a message of the sad news of' the sudden death of their sister Mrs. Harrison Powers of Idaho.: Mrs. Condit left immediately after receiving the message for Idaho, to he with the bereaved j family in their time of sorrow. j Mr. and Mrs. H. T. McClain j of West Coolidge had as their dinner guests Wednesday, S. It. Boss of Phoenix, and Baron di Pirol of Chicago, representa tives of the Grigsby-Gruno Co. manufactures of Majestic pro ducts. Baron di Pirol is a na tive of Milan, Italy, though now an American citizen. They left for Tucson after dinner. GRAND OFFICER VISITS HERE Louis A. Myers, Grand Pat ron of the Grand Chapter of the O. E. S. of Arizona, made an official visit to Ocotillo Chapter in Coolidge Wednesday night. o farm 9 Using an old machine can eaa Hj coat more money than buy- , iog a new one. Cash spent for repairs, and losses due to poor work and field delays, often repre sent a waste sufficient to pay for new equipment. Learn for yourself what these Case machines can do for you. There *ie 77 of them —a modern and better machine for every farm op eration —preparing the seedbed, j planting, cultivating, harvesting, threshing, etc. If you are inter- ! cited in operating economies, you ! v.iil be interested in these ma t .ines. Many of them will actually savings of one-fifth to one fc-.f over equipment now in use. I'eel free to come in and acquaint yourself with any Case machine •vnj would like to know more -bool. PINAL FEED & SEED CO. .'Agents for SPRING BEGAN MONDAY Washington, Mar. 19. The u n began six months of shining j more strongly on the northern half of the world than on the I southern—inother words spring is here. March 20 at 8:45 p. m. (EST) is the moment of the “vernal equinox,” the words used by ex- j perts as meaning the advent of j spring. Weather prophets report that just as this moment will end an abnormally warm winter, so will the coming days have higher temperatures than the average , 1 tor years past. The winter for 1932-33 says j j the United States weather bur eau, continued the trend of ab- ; normally warm winters that has j been going on since 1905 east of I the Bocky mountains. Aver- I age temperatures suring the ; ! official weather bureau winter, December, January and Febru- NOTICE OE ASSIGNMENT FOR THE I BENEFIT OE CREDITORS. ! ——— Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned that on the third day of March, 1933, H. M. Chappel, of Coolidge, Arizona, doing business as Chappel Mercantile Company, con veyed to me. as Assignee for the benefit of creditors, all his property not exempt from execution, and that his creditors shall make known to me in writing w’ithin four months after publication hereof their consent to l said assignment and that every cred itor shall within six months after first publication hereof file with me at£oolidge, Arizona, a distinct state ment of his claim against said debt or. supported by affidavit of such creditor, his agent or attorney, that the statement is true, that the debt is just and that there are no credits or offsets that should be allowed against his claim except as shown by j said statement. Notice is further given that no creditor shall take any benefit under I said assignment who neglects to file such statement. Dated at Coolidge, Arizona, this 13th day of March, 1933. Paul H. Hobby. | First publication March 17th 1933. Second '* “ 24th “ , I Third “ “ 31st “ Fourth “ April 7th “ FOR SALE BROWN LEGHORN HATCHING EGGS , 25c per setting. Setting Hens SIOO each. Dressed Chickens delivered every Saturday. MBS. FRED WUEBTZ j S :-.i * 1 •; — -1538 11 I i Tire Prices Drop 1 20 o|o I . * , A t . a Come in and take advantage of the lowest prices ever known to the automobile industry. Don’t de jHggHKjOk lay for these prices cannot last long as they are be ||llm low cost of production. The following are a few of the prices, others in . fllxilQ SHhH proportion. Call in and let us quote you prices on jf mmm se^s anc * tra de-ins. fBMKI H.D.A.W. SID. A. W. HJ. PATH. STD. PATH r WHEK 4.50-21 $8.05 $6.30 $6.50 $4.95 W&M 5.00-20 9.45 7.55 7.85 6.05 W 30-5 H. D. A. W. TRUCK TIRE $16.95 1 . Don’t forget! We handle everything for the auto i WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR THE U. S. L. BATTERIES, REGULARIEQUIPMENT ON ALE GEN. MOTOR GARS - Coolidge Auto Supply & Service J. C. JAYNE, Proprietor ,laU=g======ss= : ~-=K g ary, ranged from one to nine 1 degrees above the normal of 35 ; degrees in various sections. The, ( trend so far in March has been | similar. Spring weather, observers say I also gives indications of being warmer than normal, judging from the trend of spring tem peratures during recent years. This however is not an official f oree&sti Temperatures of all f eur seasons during the last 25 years hare tended above nor mal o No. 1135 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of Pinal county, state of Arizona. Estate of H. L. Nash deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned Paul H. Hobby, adminis trator of the estate of H. L. Nasn deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within tour } ABSTRACT OF TITLE CERTIFICATE OF TITLE j■ j! I SURETY TITLE & TRUST CO. | I; (Incorporated 1912) i % Phone 102 Florence, Arizona jj ESCROWS CONVEYANCING lj!j REDWROD j Everlasting ' nT s !! We have a good I I " stock of Red wood for irriga tion boxes. V Give us the di- * mentions of your * boxes and we will j saw them free " ; of cost to you. P.W. HAMILTON LBR.CO. J “Where Quality Meets Price.” jßb='g =fr :• --H ■ THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER months after the first publication of f this notice to said Paul H. Hobby at l ![ law’offices of McFarland & Fulbright, ;! Florence, Arizona, the same being;;; the place for the transaction of the || business of said estate, in said county J !| of Pina!. Arizona, Paul H. Hobby ; J; ' Administrator of Estate of |[ H. L. Nash, deceased, !| Dated Florence, Arizona, this 22nd <! d of March, 1933. jj Ist publication March 24th 1933 2ni publication March 31st 1933 3ru publication April 7th 1933 4th publication April 14th 1933 Ecjuip Your Farm l with | 'I j INIRNATIONAL j j HARVESTER MACHINERY ji E. C. GRASTY j: ji i| IMPLEMENT CO. ;j g Casa Grande Coolidge J j! y . 1 »»»###»»#****»*»»****»**********< »»»###«»»«##»»»»»*****«#»»*»»»#**»»»» <»»»##»#*##»/##»»**#**»*» « 1 % . i 7 1 ii % B * ’> 7 <> 9 <i % __________________ —l 9 , % , <i S s <> z n ATTENTION! : I || Realizing that money is |i a very scarce article these 7» < • days, we have decided to accept farm produce on past due sub- j ;| scriptions or new ones at mar et price. ii We will accept grain, wood, hay, poultry vegetables, etc. ij in payment instead of cash. |j % <! This is an opportunity to get your local paper and read the || home news each week. Bring your produce in and take ad vantage of this offer. Commercial Printing A Speciality ] < > , The COOLIDOE EXAMINER ;| j *»«■»»»»»»»»#»##»»»#»»»##»»»»»»»#»» ■■v '■■■' —■■>■—■■'■ : 1 o !j COOLIDGE I Business Directory I The following enterprising firms of Coolidge take this method of solicit ing your patronage. ■ Popular Dept. Store Coolidge, Arizona i The Shopping Center of the Valley j Quality Dry Goods, Notions, ■fr Shoes and Wearing Apparel For the whole Family - Hines Drug Co. jj The Rexall Store ij J A Particular Drug Store For Particular People j i; > This Space For Sale ! i £ | B ;INSURANCE m fn/l > •***»»»»»****#»»» if 1 mW ! Coolidge j B. G. LETZRING REAL ESTATE BROKER I “Selling The Earth” ; OFFICES COOLIDGE ELOY i Dr. F. P. Glover CHIROPRACTOR Palmer Graduate Calh’ answered day or night | COOLIDGE PHONE 63 ARIZONA THRIVE YEARS AGO I eggs sold for fifty cents a dozen; now they | sell for ten and fifteen, which is not enough ; to pay a hen for her time and trouble, not counting the naa terial she uses. However she takes the same a mount of time, uses the same material, and turns out the same old product, so if a hen can cu ther price like that and still do business, so cam we, and we know the hay business just as well as a hen knows the egg business. Let us do your baleing. VEAZEY & SON mi ■! ■ n■■■ —■