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Published every Friday. 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 Remember the Juvenile Ro deo Saturday afternoon. 1 Mrs. S. C. Burt is enjoying 1 a new Chevrolet coupe she pur chased in Phoenix recently. The hunters of Coolidge are packing their old kits getting ready for action. The Christian Missionary Society met at the home of Mrs. J. C. Jayne Tuesday. It is rumored that the Burke family will be back in this com munity soon. Mr. Paul Hobby made a business trip to Florence Tues day morning. Mrs. Fred Slater delightfully entertained the Friday Bridge Club at her home. ________ A. J. Dunaway began the erection of a new dwelling on his lots on Main street. __ i Paul Hobby has moved his realestate and insurance busi ness into the R. J. Jones office. Mrs. S. W. Bate is again as sisting in the meat department at the Pay’n Takit. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Lynch visited friends in Coolidge last Thursday returning to Oracle Friday. Mrs. C. E. Estes, mother of S. C. Burt, has leased one of the R. J. Jones’ houses and is comfortably established for the winter. Mrs. M. M, Ware, President of the P. T. A. and Mrs Chas. Cohen attended the Parent Teacher Educational School Monday’afternoon in Phoenix. Paul Hannah, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Hannah, who sus tained a broken arm last week when struck by a car, is report ed getting along nicely. The Pay’n Takit Force at tended a business meeting in Phoenix Wednesday and left the store in charge of E. M. Ward and O. B. Boon, Leonard Ellis has been re ported seriously ill with pneu monia andlis in the Prescott Hospital. He has been with the Reforestation crew’ near the Grand Canyon. Walter Weaver’s riding pony was missing Sunday morning and couldn’t be found after a thorough search. The officers were notified and we hope Wal ter soon has his pony back. The High School bus was stalled between Florence and Coolidge Monday during the rain storm and called J. C. Jayne service station for assis tance. Mr. andJMrs. S. W. Bate are now living in town again and located in the house vacated by the Geo. R. Armstrong family. They moved in from their ranch last Saturday. J. F. Biglow T of Signal Peak district was in town Tuesday delivering honey to his custom ers. He had been quite ill from the effects of ptomaine poison ing last week, but has recover ed sufficiently to attend to bus iness again. Coolidge puts on a thriving appearance these days with the large number of cotton pickers in town. R. D. Cochran, who is em ployed with the Gas Company spent Sunday with his family in Coolidge. C. A. Parker has recently fixed up a large office and .sales room in connection with the Eagle Gas Station. Mrs. R. S. Langford and her mother Mrs. Stevenson, who j spent the summer in San Diego 'returned to Coolidge for the winter last Sunday. Mr. Lang ford motored to San Diego Sat urday and accompanied them home Sunday. This section of Arizona ex perienced a heavy dust storm followed with torrents of rain Monday which flooded the high ways and irrigation ditches i causing some damage, but it was a welcome relief from the heat of the past month. Wednes day was another rainy day and quite cool weather. The Coolidge schools will put on another movie Oct. 17. Skinner’s Dress Suit, featur ing Reginald Denny and Laura La Plante, and Ball and Bat will be shown including hand ball, base ball, tennis, polo, hocky and cricket. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hamil ton returned Friday night from a six weeks trip ’to Chicago to enjoy the Century of Progress Exposition and other eastern points. They visited Mr. Ham ilton s mother and other rela tives in Oklahoma before re turning home to Coolidge. 1 Ride Safe and ! Save Money —put on new & ; GOODYEARS | Now! | i © Slippery roads, colder f weather, more driving on f dark roads Fail and | ■ inter make smooth, I liiin tires more danger i ous. Get safe-gripping new Goodyears while prices are low, enjoy their protection all . A inter they’ll still be almost new next Spring j *• • More people prefer Goodyear Tires than the j next three largest-selling f makes combined more ? people buy Goodyear I tires than any other B too, will find 11 Jaagi GOODY EAR Japi PATHFINDER Super twist Cord fires WvVHj Milea£cstopped up. tread 20% thicker *'lth Full Center Trsc tlon. tin I N™* OmsiZE »£ ?oiwti™! n 4-40-21 $5.55 rountetUree "" ltd lifetime *••*-» 7*20 > uaranteed. 5.50-1* ~4 * 9.40 WE NAVE EVERYTHING FOB THE AUTO After a rain is the time to have your car greased, to squeeze out all the water and sand from the joints. COOLIDGE AUTO SUPPLY CO. J. C. JAYNE, Propr. ALFALFA SEED . . —— ALFALFA seed, 0 grades to choose from. Priced as low as $5.50 per hundred lbs. Quick Seed & Feed Co. Phoenix, Ariz. COOLIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH Rev. Earl M. Ward. Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. ffl Sunday school at 10 a. m. Intermediate and Senior Endeav -7:30 p. m. WOULD MERGE WITIHIZIU (Continued from page 1) great honor unless it can be come the great seaport of an inland empire of its own?” Many in Arizona who have given the matter some thought see many possibilities in the union of the two eouuties and this state. For one thing, they point out, the question of the Colorado river as respecting Arizona and California would be solved since all would go to one state, except the allotment to Los Angeles. The question would then be one, it is explain ed, between an area where the water is to be used and a coast al city, and not between two states. It also w T as pointed out that the citizens of Imperial and San Diego counties would be closer to their state capitol than they now are, and that Arizona would acquire a great deal of new taxable wealth, with a gen eral reduction of taxes both for the two counties involved and the state of Arizona as it is now constituted. San Carlos Hotel COOLIDGE Rates Reasonable Special Rates by WEEK OR MONTH MRS. T. E. MARKHAM Proprietor a —-i" The Mornings Are Getting Colder How Does Your Car Start on COLD MORNINGS Have Your Spark Plugs . TESTED FREE! New Spark Plugs every 10,000 miles saves you Gas and Oil 'and gives your car More Power, Easier Starting. We have spark plugs as low as 35c. Rebuilt Batteries $3.50 with your old battery APPEL & SONS Coolidge Borree’s Corner ■ = ■ M THE COOLIDGE EXAMINEE Ct. 8206 < NOTICE OF CONTEST. Department of the Interior, Unit ed States Land Office, Phoenix, Ari zona, September 29th, 1933. To Lehman Harris of Barkerville, Arizona, contestee: You are hereby notified that Jack M. Barker who gives Barkerville, Ari zona, as his post-office address, did on August 24th, 1933, file in thisoffice his duly corroborated application to contest and secure the cancellation of your Homestead entry. Serial No. 071266 made February 10, 1932, for all of Section 25, Township 7 S, Range 14 East, G. & S. R., Meri dian, and as grounds for his contest he alleges that Lehman Harris left this part of the country about May, 1932, has not yet returned, and can not l>e reached by addressing him at Bakerville. nor do any of his friends here know of his whereabouts. You are, therefore, further notifi ed that the said allegations will be taken as confessed, and your said en try canceled without further right to be heard, either before this office or on appeal, if you fail to file in this office within twenty days after the FOURTH publication of this notice, as shown below, your answer, under 1 oath, specifically responding to these allegations of contest, together with due proof that you have served a copy of your answer on the said con testant either in person or by regis tered mail. You should state in your answer i the name of the post office to which you desire future notices to be sent to you. Henry A. Morgan, Register. Date of first publication Oct. 6, 1933 1 Date of second “ Oct, 13, “ Date of third “ Oct. 20, “ Date of fourth “ Oct. 27, “ I — NO. 5386 ALIAS SUMMONS In The Superior Court of the State of Arizona in and for the County of Pinal. D. J. FUNK, Plaintiff, vs. APACHE TRAIL GOLD MINING COMPANY, a corporation, EARL JONES, RICHARD ROE, and X CORPORATION, a cor poration, Defendants, i IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA TO Apacha Trail Gold Mining Company, a corporation, Earl Jones, Richard Roe, and X Corporation, a corporation, Defendants, Greeting: YOU ARE HEREBY SUM MONED and required to ap pear in an action brought against you by the above named plain iff in the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Pinal, and answer! the complaint therein filed with the Clerk of said Court, at Flor ence in said County, within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, if served in this County, and in all other cases within thirty days there after —the times above men tioned being exclusive of the day of service—or judgment by default will be taken against you. Given under my hand and the seal of the said Court Septem ber 15th, 1933. T. J. MASON, (seal) Clerk. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE— WITHOUT CALOMEL And You’ll Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Rarin’ to Go If you fed sour and tunic and the world look* punk, don't swallow a lot of salts, mineral water, oil, laxative randy or chewing gum and expect them to make you suddenly sweet and buoyant and full of sunshine. For they can't do it. They only move tin bowels and a mere movement doesn’t get at the cause. The reason for your down-and-ou( feding is your liver. l s should pour out twu pounds of liquid bile into your bowels daily. If this bile is not flowing freely, your food doesn't digest. It just decays in the bowels. Gss bloats up your stomach. You have a thick, bad taste and vour breath is foul, akin often breaks out in blemishes. Your hc»4 srhwi and you fed down and out. Your whole .system is poisoned. It takes those good, old CARTER’S LITTLE LIVER FILLS to get these two pounds ol bile flowing freely and make you fee! "up and up.” They contain wonderful, harmless, gentle vegetable extracts, a maxing (when it comes to making the bOe flow treaty. Hut don’t ask for liver pills. Ask for little Liver Pills. Look for the name Little liver Pills on the red label. Resent a sub -1 ' 25c at drug stores. O 1931 C M. Co. * Equip Your Farm with ! INTRNATIONAL ! i HARVESTER MACHINERYj E. C. GRASTY ii | IMPLEMENT CO. j: ! Casa Grande Coolidge ![ ! 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 - Monday to Friday 8:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. 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LETZRING REAL ESTATE BROKER "Selling The Earth” I* OFFICES COOLIDGE ELOY Dr. F. P. Glover CHIROPRACTOR Palmer Graduate Calls answered day or night !; COOLIDGE PHONE 63 ARIZONA I LET US SERVE YOU SfRAJ mimhh ~~ ;j Distributors of Highest Qual ;! lty Goods at Lowest Prices We cordially invite you to \w » jl inspect our complete stock of ** !; Merchandise GEO. Y. WAH STORE NO. 2 Husband and WiFi i ' 1 I My wife doesn’t do anything. What does your wife do? I —W. A. S~ SVHAT DOES YOUR WIPE DO?