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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1936
FRIENDS, WE THANK YOU “The light of friendship is like the light of phos phorus, seen plainest when all around is dark.” Words are inadequate and we choke with emotion when we attempt to express our deep appreciation of the friendship, aid and sym pathy extended to us in the recent illness and death of our beloved wife, devoted mother and cherished sister. We thank every one so much, and ask that the choicest blessings of Heaven be showered upon you. It was God’s will that we taste this bitter cup of sorrow, which some day must come to others, but, we hope, dear friends, you may be spared this cup for many, many years. Our hearts were touched by the profusion of your gorgeous flowers that were so symbolical of her beauti ful life. They spoke a lan guage all their own and so lucidly conveyed to us from your hearts a tribute of love and respect for our treas ured one and tender sym pathy for those left behind. We also hope that the busi ness men of Coolidge can understand our sincere ap preciation of the closing of their places of ‘business in thoughtful respect to her memory. May the Skilled Pilot guide you safely through the calm waters of life and con duct you securely to a peace ful harbor at your journey’s end. Max Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Mancil Worley and children, Mrs. Emma Cayce, Mrs. Lona Tarrant. o POTPOURRI By Polk Daniels Most men like to put on a show once in awhile, but if the occasion was left to them, they would never se lect their wedding day for the parade * • If the day has gone wrong and you have got the worst of it, don’t carry your grouch home to your family Take a box of candy or a bag of oranges and make them glad to see you. Every town has a few boys who “spend all their money on the girls.” v But just keep your eye on them and you’ll find they are not the success ful business men. bankers and leading citizens of the future. The disposition of the average questioner always is to believe that the rumor is correct and the information, authoritatively given, is wrong. A philosopher says that at 20 a man believes every thing is wrong and demands it be righted. At 60 he may still think everything is wrong but has ceased de manding. o RELIGIOUS SNAPSHOTS By J. M. Walker You will have to work for God, if you expect God to pay you. Your Heavenly Mansion will consist of just the kind of material you send up there. If your mansion is* not built out of devil-proof ma terial, you will be homeless after death. Unless you heed God’s way-bill, you are sure to get lost on the way. If you do not like for God’s ministers to get on your toes, put on the Gospel shoes. You cannot have peace in your soul until after the bat tle. You cannot be unmerciful to mankind and receive mercy from God. You can never whip the devil until your soul is full of Christ. You will have to become a sheep before you can graze in God’s pasture. You cannot be a branch of the tree of life and bear dead fruit. • 1 You will have to repent,, or you cannot be horned again. You will have to be horned again, or you cannot; become a babe in Christ. You will have to become a babe in Christ, or you can not become a man in Christ.! You will have to become a man in Christ, or you cannot whip the devil. You will have to whip the devil, or live and die in Hell. o CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT WESTING HOUSE ELECTRIC - RANGE, good as new. Will sell at half price. W C. Ketchersid. ts MEN WANTED for Rawleigh Routes of 800 families in South west Yavapai and North Yuma Counties. Reliable hustler should stort earning $25 weekly and in crease rapidly. Write today. Raw leigh Dept. ARB-f5-S, Oakland, Calif. WANTED MEN to grub trees (mesquite) for the wood. Apply Chandler’s store. 2tc FOR SALE—4 wheel house-car, fully equipped. Bargain, $95. Apply 1 block past Bowinkles Camp, N. Coolidge. ltp. TRAILERS FOI\ SALE— -1 heavy 4 wheel, 1 light 2 wheel. Coolidge Welding Works. Town and farm property for sale. Hobby Agency. Loans on crops and live stock. Hobby Agency. Keep advertising and advertising will keep you. FOR SALE Practically new 12 quart National Pres sure Cooker. A-l condition with all utensils and attach ments. Complete. Cost new $27.50. Will sell at half price. Appy Examiner Of fice. See Hobby Agency Read all the ads—it pays HUSKY, QUALITY CHICKS of SPECIAL MATINGS: White Leg horns, R. I. Reds, Barred Rocks and Austra-Whites, $ll.OO per 100. Replenish your flock with these PRODUCTION BRED CHICKS. All flocks blood-tested for B.W.D. Alive delivery guaranteed. Ship ments prepaid. JOHNSON’S O. K. CHICKERIES, 1233 E. Van Buren, Phoenix, Ariz. TRINITY FULL GOSPEL MISSION L. A. Lumbard, Pastor Sunday school 10:00 a.m. Morning worship 11 a. m. Evening worship 7:30 p. m. Worship and Bible Study, Tuesday, 7 :30 p. m. Evangelistic service, Fri day, 7:30 p. m. All are cordially invited to these services. ""—" ■ n rm—i Tim mj*™—n timhi— bhbbhb Coolidge Folks I When You Come to Pheonix ' , a FORD LEVY FURNITURE CO. February Furnitnre Sale §■■o4 0889HM9 fIHBHBft I MKTffIKB GHHBI 888 I Eat at TT'Y I w Dan s ▼ Case... We serve the best Steaks Your Favorite Way Ijhurch’noticesJ COMMUNITY CHURCH E. M. Ward, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11:00 a. m. Junior Endeavor, Intermediate | Endeavor, 7:00 p. m. Evening worship, 8:00 p. m ; Woman’s Auxiliary, Ist and 3rd Thursdays of each month. Teachers’ study hour, Wednes day, 7-8 p. m. —o FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH C. F. Frazier, Pastor Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. Message 11:00 a. m. by pastor. B. T. U. 6 30 p. m. Message 7:30 p. m. by pastor. Brotherhood Monday 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, Sunbeams. 4:30 p. m. Wednes day, Prayer meeting 7:30 p. m. Thursday, W. M. S. 2:30 p. m. Saturday, G. A. 2:30 p. m. We are getting a fine lot of building material on the Church lot, and an offering was taken at the evening service Sunday, for the building fund, which amount ed to $238.00 in pledges and cash. We hope to start construction work again soon, and go right on through to completion with it. A hearty welcome extended to all to come and worship with us. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior Gen eral Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, February 11, 1936. Notice is hereby given that Char les W. Hooper, of Coolidge, Arizona, who, on April 25, 1929, made Enlar ged Homestead Entry, Act of 2-19- 09, No. 065384, for SW qr. Sec. 15, N half NW qr. Sec. 22, T. 3 S., R. 7 E., and on November 25, 1929, made Additional Enlarged Home stead Entry, Act of 2-19-09, No. OQ7OII, for S. half NW qr., Sec. 22, T. 3 S., R. 7 E., and on August 16, 1930, made Additional Stock-Raising Homestead Entry, Act of 12-29-16. j No. 067012, for W. half NWqr. Sec. 26, and NE qr., E half NW qr., Sec. 27, Township 3 S., Range 7 E., G. & S. R. B. & Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Regis ter, United States Land Office, at Phoenix, Arizona, on the 4th day of April, 1936. Claimant names as witnesses: J. L. Taylor of Chandler, Arizona, Mrs. J. L. Taylorof Chandler, Ariz. Lawrence Smitn of Florence, Ariz. Mable Hooper of Phoenix, Arizona. To be published for 5 consecutive weeks in “The Coolidge Examiner’’, Coolidge, Arizona. Ist publication February 21, 1936. P. J. KEOHANE, Register. JEWELER WATCHES DIAMONDS SILVERWARE Quality Jewelry—Nothing Else. Watch Repairing Liberal Trade In on Your Old Watch H. N. SHELLER Jeweler THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER COOLIDGE METHODIST Glenn E. Smiley, pastor Church School, 10:00 a. m. Morning worship 11:00. Sermon by pastor. Epworth League, 6:45 p. m. worship, 7.45. Friday, Woman’s Missionary Society pie social. Two 1-act plays by Y. P. Interesting program for all. Feb. B—Saturday night—“ Dan Cupids Hospital’ party for Y. P. at the church. Charley Elledge is making the cement brick for the church, and they will be laid in the next few days. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE W. L. Dlcus, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11:00 a. m. Rev. Hess will conduct both morning and evening services Sunday. Every one welcome. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR U.s. Land Office at Phoenix, Ariz. Feb. 11, 1936. NOTICE is hereby given that Vivian E. Hooper, of Coolidge, Ari zona, who, on April 6, 1931, made Enlarged Homestead Entry, Act of 2-19-09, No. 065891, for S 1-2, Section 26, Township 3 S., Range 7 E., G.&S.R.B. & Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final three year proof, to estab lish claim to the land above de scribed, before Register, United States Land at Phoenix, Arizona, on the 4th day of April 1936. Claimant names as witnesses: J. L. Taylor, of Chandler, Arizona; Mrs. J. L. Taylor of Chandler, Arizona; Lawrence Smith of Flor ence, Arizona; Mabel Hooper of Phoenix, Arizona. To be published for 5 consecutive weeks in “The Coolidge Examiner,” Coolidge, Arizona. Ist publication February 21, 1936. P. J. KEOHANE, Register. R. N. REED Plumber is equipped to service your house with Gas. FRILLS RIGHT BUILD A HOME In the Select Location in WEST COOLIDGE The Desirable Place FOR HOMES Lots at Reduced Prices while they last, on Fair Terms. See W. JACKSON, Owner Coolidge Is GAS MINDED See your local Hardware dealer or Plumbe r For Gas Meter Service - - - call Sam Blackwell ——— “Helping to Build Coolidge” ORDER IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PINAL In the Matter of the Estate of JAMES HOWARD THOMAS SON, deceased. —No 1206. R. S. Langford, adminst rator of the above estate, having this day filed a verified petition for authority to lease the real property belonging: to said es tate hereinafter described for a period ending December 31 1936 and it appearing that the giving of a lease for such period will be advantageous to said estate: IT IS ORDERED that all persorjs interested therein be, and they are, hereby required to appear before this court on Mon day the 2nd day of March, 1936, at 10:00 o’clock A. M. at the courtroom of said Court, then and there to show cause, if any they have, why an order should not be made authorizing and dir ecting said adminstrator to ex ecute a lease of said real pro perty for such period upon the terms and conditions most ad vantageous to said estate. Said real property is sit uate in Pinal County, Arizona and described is follows, to wit: The Southwest Quarter (SW 1-4) of Section Seventeen (17) ,Town- Laundry Bring your work to the HOME LAUNDRY for Best work at Best Prices Mrs. Berry, 1-2 block east of jail REALESTA TE . ij Loans : ( <i ! Rentals Insurance ! NOTARY PUBLIC jj t-hipo South, Range 8 East, G. &S. R. B. & M., For further particulars, referenceis hereby made to the above petition on file. IT IS FURTHER ORD ERED that further offers to lease said property will be re ceived and considered at s&idj 1 ONE SLIGHTLY USED ELECTROLUX GOOD AS NEW EASY TERMS FHA TERMS For Sale at Real Bargain. See it at BILL McCAY’S j MEET YOUR FRIENDS j AT Bob’s Place NEW BRICK ON NORTH MAIN ST. i MODERN RECREATION PARLOR I First Class Case in Separate Apartment Special Booths for Ladies and Gentlemen BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars SERVICE AND QUALITY We Show Our Appreciation FOR $ ROCK GAS STOVES ; FHA TERMS I I See Local Agent BILL McCAY —miiniii mm | COOLIDGE WILDING WORKS Electric and Acetylene Welding Portable Equipment L. L. McKinley, Prop. PHONE 160 E. Harding Ave. Coolidge time and place, and that a copy of this order be published once a week for two successive weeks in the Coolidgs Examiner, a new spaper of general circulation in Pinal County, Arizona. Dated February 15th, 1936. e. w, McFarland Judge of the Superior Court, Pinal County, Arizona.