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FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1936
ONE SLIGHTLY USED ELECTROLUX GOOD AS NEW EASY TERMS FHA TERMS For Sale at Real Bargain. See it at BILL McCAY’S Planting Time Is Irrigating Time... We Stock a Complete Line of Irrigating Equipment Boots, Lanterns, Shovels, Irrigating Canvas SEE US FIRST Capital Fuel & Feed Company PHONE 8 COOLIDGE, ARIZ MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT Bob’s Place NEW BRICK ON NORTH MAIN ST. MODERN RECREATION PARLOR First Class Case in Separate Apartment Special Booths for Ladies and Gentlemen BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars SERVICE AMD QUALITY We Show Our Appreciation Ipfpiqakitl r :m ™ 1 Fri. & Sat., March 13 & 14 POTATOES, Choice 1 10 pounds X • X* PEAS 1 Q r 3 pounds Xi/C BANANAS -I Q 4 pounds Chuck Roast, pound 10c Country Sausage, pound 15c Salt Jowls, lb. 13c Chuck Steak, lb 12c PORK AND BEANS -| A Van Camp, 2 1-2’s JL xJC QUAKER OATS -| Q large size X v/ SILVERDALF Q, TOMATOES, No. 2 1-2 . . C/C jl CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT j! MEN WANTED for Rawleigh 1 1 Routes of 800 families in South- I west Yavapai, Pinal and North I Yuma Counties. Reliable hustler I should start earning $25 weekly ! and increase rapidly. Write today. I Rawleigh Dept. ARB-15-S, Oak land, Calif. i| FOR SALE—Koehler & Campbell | piano at a big bargain, price 1 $50.00. Inquire at Weaver Bros, i Service Station.—ts. FOR SALK OR TRADE—One two- Vvheel trailer. Inquire at Ex aminer office. SALE OR TRADE —Stimpson Com puting Scales. Ask at this of fice. ( TRAILERS FOR SALE— : 1 heavy 4 wheel, 1 light 2 wheel. Coolidge Welding Works. 1 Loans on crops and live stock. Hobby Agency. Keep advertising and advertising | will keep you. HONEY—2 qt. Jar 22c. FRESH YARD EGGS at all times at lowest market price. Chandler Store. HUSKY, QUALITY CHICKS of SPECIAL MATINGS: White Leg horns, R. I. Reds, Barred Rocks ; and Austra-Whites, ,$ll.OO per 100. I Replenish your flock with these PRODUCTION BRED CHICKS. All flocks blood-tested for B.W.D. j Alive delivery guaranteed. Ship -1 ments prepaid. JOHNSON'S O. K. CHICKERIES, 1233 E. Van Buren, Phoenix, Ariz. FOR SALE —Pure Leaf Mold for j flowers and all plants; guaranteed free from insects, weed seed and I fungus. For delivery at SI.OO per sack. Write Mrs. M. Whitlock, box 1733, Coolidge. 48-4 t. Eat Bigelow’s Honey at Sanitary Market & Grocery Saturday. FOR RENT —2 room house, con veniently located, good shade trees in yard. De-sire permanent tenant. Rent SIO.OO per month. Address Mrs. H. P. Graham. Casa Grande. Lost or Stolen, brindle Boston Terrier, answers to name of Lady. Collar with brass spots. Reward. Davis Hardware & Furniture. 3., P. EXPANSION PROGRAM MAKES MANY NEW JOB? Average employment on South ern Pacific’s Pacific Lines, serv ing six western states, has in creased 10 per cent over the same period of last year, 3200 employes having been added to the com pany’s rolls -since that time. CAB3AGE -| pound XX^ SQUASH, Summer or Italian, pound qJX^ AIRWAY COFFEE -I pound Xv)Xr MAXIMUM MILK, large OC HOMINY, Van Camp OC 2 1-2’s, 3 for ZOC FLOUR, Four Peaks 48 pounds X THE COOLI DGEE X A M IN E R The New Insect Powder DERRITOX Sure Death to all Crawling Insects Kills Fleas, Lice. Mites, Ants, Roaches, Waterbugs. Vermin Halt-mess to human beings and Domestic Animals GOOLIDCE DRUG CO. Nichols’ Dairy Best Because it's Tested in Every Way Milk that is Milk Prompt delivery and courteous attention to all orders., THERE ON TIME Gas Stoves and RCA Victor Radios Equipment and Records JUST ARRIVED! a big shipment of Fine House Furnishings Why not live in comfort at so little cost. See the new modern furniture in our show windows. Early California, Monterey and unfinished. TRADE IN YOUR OLD FOR NEW—F H A Terms. At DAVIS’ of course SEE US WHEN YOU HAVE CAR TROUBLE Specialized Penzoil Lubrication Complete Motor Rebuilding Automobile Painting Battery Charging Tire Repairing Valley Garage jAS FRED V. SLATER, Manager OIL Geo. Gadbois Licensed Plumber is equipped to do your PLUMBING and GAS FITTING WORK anywhere. Back of Borree’s Store No. 4 East Coolidge GOOD BUYS IN USED ROW CROP TRACTORS F 20 and Oliver 8, 9 and 10 Feet Tandem and Border Used Discs, CULTIVATORS AND MOWERS Pinal Implement Co. OLIVER DEALERS PHONE 90 FOR ROCK GAS STOVES FHA TERMS See Local Agent BILL McCAY FOX PHOENIX SATURDAY - SUNDAY MARCH 14 - 15 “lon stage?/? “Boulder Dam” With Ross Alexander - Patricia Ellis NO ADVANCE IN PRICES | CHURCH MOMS j 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 8:00 p. m. by Pastor. Subject, “The Joys of Salvation.”! Brotherhood Monday, 8:00 p. m. Sunbeams' Tuesday, 4:30 p. m. at Mrs. Arnold’s home. Prayei l meeting; Wednesday at 8.00 p. m. W. M. S. Thursday 2:30 p. m. G. A. Saturday, 2.00 p. m. Our revival meeting will begin Sunday evening, April sth, with i Dr. George W. Graham, of St. Louis, Missouri, doing the preach ing, and the pastor and wife will have charge of the music and per sonal work. All Christian people are invited to attend, and help win the lost to Christ. O METHODIST CHURCH Glen E. Smiley. Pastor 10:00—Church School. 11:00 —Morning worship, sermon by pastor. Special music. 7:oo —Epw r orth League. B:oo —Evening worship. “We Adore Him” by Clokey, a sacred cantata, will be given in the afternoon of the -day of the opening of the new Methodist church. About 20 voices are ex pecting to sing in the production. Rev. Glen E. Smiley is directing. Mrs. T. B. Ellis is the accompan st. The Easter Cantata for the Methodist church is “Resurrection Morn”, by Miller, and will be given by a double quartet. O CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE W. L. Dicus, Pastor Revival Meeting will continue 1 KNOX I ! JERSEY dairy; :j : jj We Feed l For Flavor j <! S <> % i ■ R. N. REED Plumber is equipped to service your house with Gas. RKICfcS RIGHT Equip Your Farm '! with x INTERNATIONAL I j HARVESTER MACHINERY j | E. C. GRASTY i; IMPLEMENT CO. ! !; Casa Grande Coolidge J I. -4*^****^* ** *-**^-v'* ■****■* *~~**-j*< (MIDGE WELDING WORKS Electric and Acetylene Welding Portable Equipment L. L. McKinley, Prop. PHONE 160 E. Harding Ave. Coolidge i all this week each evening at 7:45. j Crowds are good, interest good, Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. j Morning worship, 11:00 a. m. o COUNTY RECORD R. P. Hall to C. A. Woodard, SIBOO.OO. NW 1-2 SE 1-4 Sec. 27- 5-8 East. United States of America, to Charles L. Whitney. SE 1-4 NW 1-4 Sec. 10-5-9 East. Norman McClave and wife to H. M. Fennemore SIO.OO. SE 1-4 NW 1-4 and NE 1-4 SW 1-4 Sec. 10-5-9 East Milton C. Miller, trustee, to H. M. Fennenmore SI.OO. SE 1-4 NW 1-4 and NE 1-4 SW 1-4 Sec. 10-5-9 East. George R. Carlton, et al, trustees to J. Matilda Sievers SIO.OO. W 1-2 ! SW 1-4 of Sec. 32-6-6 East. The Bank of Douglas, trustee, to Don A. Trekell SIO.OO. NE 1-4 NE 1-4 of Sec. 21-6-6 East, and NW 1-4 Sec. 13-7-7 East. John B. McLellan to M. R. Brady SIO.OO. S 1-2 SE 1-4 of Sec. 28-7-4 East. O IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Case No. 5764—Sylvia King, pltf. vs. Dale S. King, deft. Cause: Divorce. Fulbright and Reed, pltf’s. atty. Estate No. 1294 —In the matter of the Guardianship of John Diwan Singh, Jennie Diwan Singh, Nora Diwan Singh and Kruz Diwan Singh, Minors. File Peti tion of Isabella Singh for letters of Guardianship and file nomina tion of Johnnie Diwan Singh. Chandler and Ellis attorneys. Judgment No. 5520.—Reverse ment of Judgment by Supreme Court of S. of A. Jean E. Goodwin, pltf., vs. Milton Goodwin, deft. Awarding to plaintiff costs of Court from deft. (Suit on Con tract —transferred from Pima Co. Judgment b y Superior Court against plaintiff.) Judgment No. 5728. —In the mat mer of the Application of Ramon Martinez for Writ of Habeas Corpus. Denial of w r rit, said Ra mon Martinez to remain in cus tody of Warden of Arizona State Penitentiary. Judgment No. 5422. —P. J. Sal cido and Otila Salcido, his wife, judgment debtors. Y. C. White, as Supt. of Banks, State of Ari zona and ex-officio Receiver of Old Dominion Bank, an Arizona banking corporation, insolvent, judgment creditor. Judgment and decree of foreclosure. Principal: $500.00, 10 per cent interest from 2-17116. Interest: $p56.67; attor -1 ney fees and costs. Judgment | entered: 2-28-36. Docketed 2-29- j 36, at 11:00 A. M. 0 SAFETY SLOGANS Limbs, lives and losses are saved by caution. A life time of carefulness may be destroyed by a second of care lessness. A lifetime of regret is often caused by a moment’s careless ness. Most accidents happen when someone not care enough. An empty train of thought has caused many a w r reck. Resolve this year to drive more carefully. . Look all ways in crossing an intersection. Nearly one-half the persons killed in automobile acidents last year were pedestrians watch your step. Here is a simple set of <signals that drivers may use and by them prevent accidents: Right turn, extend arm and point skyward; left turn, extend arm parallel with ground, to stop, extend arm and point to the ground. The man behind you can’t read your mind. O if the Examiner didn’t print it, it wasn’t printed in Coolidge.