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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 Subscription rates $2.00 per year Miss Alice Roche is visiting friends in Phoenix. Mrs. Jessie Luthy spent a few hours last Monday in Florence having dental work done. Mrs. Y. C. White and daugh ter have returned from their eastern trip and will be located in Phoenix for the present. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Taylor of Cove Ranch were in Coolidge last Friday and visited a short time at ye editor’s home. R. D. Cochran, who, with his family has been visiting at Ce dar Rapids, lowa, the psst two months returned to Coolidge Sunday night. Mrs. Cochran and children will return later. Mrs. J. J. Jones and daugh ter Martha, have returned to Coolidge from their vacation trip at Rodeo and Cave Creek, New Mexico. Deputy Sheriff Asa Gardner and wife with their daughter Mary left by car to Fort Grant where Mrs. Gardner and Mary will make and extended visit. Asa returning in a few’ days. Mrs. Mildred Hendry and daughter Katherine returned Thursday from Ocean Beach California where they spent two months enjoying the ocean breezes- Mr. George Armstrong and family, Mr. L. L. Stiles and family drove to Oracle last Saturday spending the night there and returning Sunday via Aravapa Canyon. Dan Dulan, proprietor of Dan’s Case was quite seriously burned about the side and arm last Friday with acid. He was cleaning the coils of a compres sor. While painful the burns did not lay him up. We are indebted to Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Letzring for a nice lot of White Wings, which made us a delicious dinner. They are generously dividing their game among friends which is appreciated. A large number of those who partook of the picnic luncheon at the Casa Grande Ruins Wed nesday evening became very ill from ptomaines poisioning it is thought, but no serious results were reported by the attending physicians. Now Is The Time To Plan That Winter Garden September 15th is a good time to plant and we have a com plete line of Garden Seed in bulk which is the way to buy it. You do not have to order from a catalog, we have the best money can buy, and sell it at right prices. We invite you to come in and look over our line. Pinal Feed & Seed Co. “To insure receiving y0ur1933 Tax Notice, send your address to A. L. Bartlett, tax collector, Florence, Arizona. 2w Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Schiele and Mrs. Charles Hooper drove to Cove Ranch precinct No. 18 to cast their ballots Tuesday. Mr. Schiele acting Judge and Mrs. Hooper as clerk on the election board. Others on the board were Mrs. W. S. Bird, |as clerk, Jessie Taylor and Mr. Triboulet as Inspectors and Jack Drabkin for Marshall. This precinct nominated Mrs. Greenway by a large majority and voted almost unanimously for the repeal of the 18th a mendment. POM METEOR DISPLAY IN HEAVENS Phildelphia, Aug. 9. — (AP)- Tiny, blazing chips of the same sort of stuff which some astron omers believe hit the planet Saturn to make its giant new white spot, will fly across the sky Thursday night. These chips are the annual showers of Perseid meteors. There greatest profusion is due Friday between midnight and dawn Saturday. But after mid night Thu rsday, Saturday and Sunday, where skies are clear, astronomers say they should be visible at the rates of 10 to 15 an hour. Friday night’s hourly count may double this. They appear in the Northeast sky. The Perseids are so small that not one has been recorded as ever striking the earth. As tronomers rekon their sizes a* ranging from that of wheat grains to peas or marbles. But these chips blaze so intensely they are easily visible at the 60 mile altitude where they burn to dust. By analysis of hundreds of fallen meteors picked up on earth, astronomers conclude that the Perseids are bits of either stone or iron. One the other of these substances composes the bulk of each mes teor so far found. So the theory that Saturn’s new spot is a dust cloud bigger than the earth made by impact with a meteor postulates that this big bump was made by the same sort of stone or iron that pelts the earth. Our own planet bears two great scars believed to have been made by giant meteors. One is ‘Meteor Crater,” nearly a mile from rim -to rim at Canyon Diablo, Arizona. It is 575 feet deep. Billions of pounds of powdered rock dust cover the region. The other apparently was a far greater crash. It is shown by a collection of great crater scars in South Carolina. The discoverers Profs. F. A. Melton and William Sceriever of the University of Oklahoma, esti mated the marks were made by a mass of meteors which per haps formed the head of a com et. They said the destructive impact of such a blow possibly would be felt far into New England and Ohio. Recently astronomers have found evidence that the earth is continuously passing through two or three vast streams of meteoric dust particles, whose fires are too small to be seen without aid of telescopes. They are far smaller than the Perseid 1933 TAX NOTICE j can not be sent to you unless your ad dress is on file with the Tax-Collector. To insure receiving notice promptly send present address with description of property to A. L. BARTLETT, Tax Collector Florence, Arizona. rt 3 j ttt t fttrtrt ttrr frrf »»»»»»»»*'»*■»* * »»»»»»»»»»»»»>»** » • | DON’T STARVE YOUR PULLETS | Our feeds are made in accordance with the University, and Department of Agriculture and are proven for results. A cheap feed may keep them a live, but when the winter laying season starts, if they have not been properly fed they will start failing before they make a profit for you. We have a complete line of poul try Supplies and Remedies. I PINAL FEED & SEED CO. J FLY TIME Is Now Here!! Is your home protected a gainstthese pesky insects? We have a complete stock of screen wire, tacks and mould ings to go with it. We also have Screen Doors and the trimmings that go with them. Come in and see our Qual ity Screen Doors at a very cheap price. W T e have a good pair of Screen Door Hinges for only 20 cents. Our merchandise will please you, your business will please us. P. W. HAMILTON LBR.CO. “Where Quality Meets Price.” Hzmwvia aoarcooo shi and equally harmless. They are a new means of studying the mysteries of space. First Methodist Church Clyde O. Galbreath, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11:00 Epworth League, 7:00 Evening Worship. 8:00 COOLIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH Rev. Earl M. Ward, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Intermediate aud Senior Endeav -7:30 p. m. ;j Equip Your Farm 'I with | INTRNATIONAL j j HARVESTER MACHINERY j i E. C. GRASTY T IMPLEMENT CO. | !]> Casa Grande -;- Coolidge j FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Os Coolidge S. E. SPARKS, Pastor Sunday School .... 10 a. m. Morning Worship . . 11 a. m. B. Y. P. U 7:00 p. m Evening Worship 8:00 \our presence appreciatcq. TRY AN || Advertisement j jj in your j | HOME PAPER Then Watch the RESULTS! Our facilities for turning out Commercial Printing are Up-To-Date ! The Coolidge Examiner The Coolidge Examiner $2.00 per year f= -8- — n "i- ! Coolidge Business Directory The following enterprising firms of Coolidge take this method of solicit ing your patronage. - £ Popular Dept. Store! Coolidge, Arizona : The Shopping Center of the Valley Quality Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes and Wearing Apparel For the whole Family - - Hines Drug Co. j The Rexall Store & A Particular Drug Store i; For Particular People ' DAN’S CAFE || FOR GOOD EATS i; Coors Keg Beer On Tap 10c per glass ABSTRACT OF TITLE CERTIFICATE OF TITLE SURETY TITLE & TRUST CO. (Incorporated 1912) Phone 102 Florence, Arizona ESCROWS CONVEYANCING ; INSURANCE <M I '»»*«»»»»»#«»»*## rs T MM/M | •[ Coolidge j B. G. LETZRING REAL ESTATE BROKER “Selling The Earth” OFFICES COOLIDGE ELOY Dr. F. P. Glover * CHIROPRACTOR Palmer Graduate Calls answered day or night £ COOLIDGE PHONE 63 ARIZONA Special Bargains for Friday and Saturday ' GEO. Y. WAH No. 2 [ 1.1 —1 —■ ■ ■ ■ ■