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Co oil 3fi&xamlu*r PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING E«• *.• ond-cls-s matter March 7, 1920 at the pout office at Caotidgw. Antoni, under the Act of March 3, 1879. H. H. WRENN. Publisher Subscription Rate. IVr Year 12.00 Outside Pinal County 2 SO National Advertising Repraiantati*# NEWS PA PEI SEBVICE. INC. «. WOU*. il*i ' • \ NanoMl l W. A. S.J iarvtng AmaricVt Ad>e*js»r* Home Town Nawtpapan maw », < _^~SfT«y-I.> • arricn • Hobwiiwo wt**xiK« c<i help keep America SAFE DEMOCRACY Veterans of Foreign Wars Sgt. John Wadkins, Jr., Post SB '”***” Corner 3rd & Pima Avenue g* Cool id ge, Arizona The Friendly Loving Church with a Saviour WELCOMES YOU Every Sunday Morning at 10 o’clock CLASSES FOR ALL AGES James Wilson. Supt. R. A. Noakea, Pastor VALLEY MEMORIAL PARK Is Located In The Simple Dignity and Grace of Quiet Surroundings For Reservations of Lots CALL 62 COLE and MAUD Mortuary It Pays to shop at CONSUMERS’ MARKET The Big New Store at Main and Wilson Here, under one roof, is to be found everything you’ll ever need in fine foods Our policy is to carry only the finest meats the packing companies can furnish and our shelves are lined with canned goods of widely known packers in the quality you like best- Particular attention is paid to our produce department where we carry every vegetable and fruit item the market affords Every part of our store is new and clean and fine foods come to you fresh and tasty. TOM NASSER - Consumers’ Market - Edgar Shoemaker, Jr. Receive* Discharge From U. S. Army Pvt. Edgar Shoemaker has re ceived an honorable discharge from the T. S. Army and returned from California Monday to the ranch home of his parent*. Mr. and Mr*. Edgar Shoemaker. Sr., to resume civilian life. Pvt. Shoemaker served over a year In the European theater and »a* awarded the ETO ribbon with three battle star* and the Good Conduct medal. He ha* a brother in the service. Cpl. Latroy Shoe maker. and a brother who gave hi* life for hi* country. Lt. D. G. Shoe maker. Condit Receive* Point Discharge, Marries In Nevada Cpl. Keith Condit received a point discharge from the army Ht San Diego. California, after which he went to Reno. Nevada, where he and Mis* Opal Tipton were married, according to word received this week by hi* parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A Condit. The former Miss Tipton Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Avery Tipton of Grants Pass. Oregon, old family friends of the Condits. Keith Condit recently returned to the states afer many months service In the European theater as an aircraft mechanic with a 11-17 flying fortress squadron. The young couple plan to make their home in California. o fMr and Mrs Douglas Dawson and two sons of Los Angeles were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jayne. _____ _____ 'fyt-as/Cde/ A Makeup Foundation that'i GOOD for the Skin Two years of exhaustive research resulted in the discovery of this formula modem, scientific labora tory resources perfected it ...NOW, and only now, announces PAT-A-KAKE, the ultimate in o Makeup Foundation... a sensational new development in beauty. PAT-A-KAKE gives a younger, smoother, softer* looking skin AT ONCt . .. helps to conceal blemishes, freckles, tiny lines ... has a lasting, beneficial effect... no artificial, reody-to-crock. heavily cooted look. PAT-A-KAKE is eosdy applied, easily removed, leaving the skin actually fresher, prettier than before. Si* wonderful «kod«i to comphmtml •vry compl«iia«i. Prlc« 1.00 (piw* io*l HINES DRUG THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER Here On Visit / - ---- *7 A. P. WHITEHEAD Major and Mr*. A. P. White he a d left Wednesday for Georgia at the conclusion of several days visit here, during which they were gue*ts at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hicks. The Whiteheads made their home in Coolidge, where he was associated with J. G. Boswell Cotton Company before j entering servioe. The major has recently returned to the states after many months serv ice in the European theater. Their children remained in i Georgia with Mrs. Whitehead’s mother during their parents visit here. o— St. Jame* Church To Hold Rummage Sale A rummage *ale will be held on Main Street Saturday by members i of St. Jam*** Churrh. Mrs. Harry Raker is general chairman of ar- I rangement*. Anyone haying arti j des they wish to donate for the | sale are requested to bring them j to Mrs. Raker'* home on Wilson Avenue. You and your cookstove will love It You get no "keroseney” odor when you cook or heat with Pearl Oil! No smoke or soot! Solvent refined, with impur ities removed, Pearl Oil burns clean, hot, steady—helps you enjoy the best performance your stove can give! Order pure, clean Pearl Oil today ... Be prouder of your cooking! BEN ARNOLD FOR SALE No. 9 Package LIQUOR LICENSE GOOD IN PINAL COUNTY ONLY Sale Subject to Approval of Liquor Control Superintendent Includes Liquors, Wines and Beer Write Box 100, care Coolidge Examiner Last Rites Held For Mrs. Goodmon Here On Monday Last rites were held for Mrs. Betty Goodmon, 56, from Cole and Maud Chapel at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. She passed away Friday at her home after a long ilness. Mrs. Goodmon had been a resident of Coolidge for five years. The deceased is survived by her husband, L. O. Goodmon; a daugh ter, Miss Mollie Goodmon of Tuc son; a son, P/O Elbert D. Justice, now in the Philippines; four step sons, Leonard and Marvin of Coo lidße, Pfc. Cecil serving in Italy, and Pfc. Harrman N. serving in Germany; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Ruby Waldecker of Miami, and seven grandchildren. Interment was in Valley Memo rial Park. WICK RELIEF FROf Symptoms ml Distress Arising Iron STOMACH ULCERS >ueto EXCESS ACID rmm BookTefUofHomeTreati—wttha lust Help or It Will Cost Yon Nothir vrr two million bottkwof theWILLAR: 'K E ATM EN T have bean «old for relief ■ ■■ mptoma of (lurtraax acUlnK fron>SW*n» nl Duo<Un*l Ulcers duo to Cjkom Acid oar Dl|MH*n, Sour or Upwt Itwnw • •sslimss, Heartburn. Sleeplesenee*. etc uo to Excess AcM. Sold on 15 days' trial k tar ‘'Willard’s Meesace" which full) xplains this treatment —tree—at HINES DRUG COMPANY ELOY CURIEL S PHARMACY FLORENCE FLORENCE DRUG STORE RYAN EVANS DRUG COMPANY RADIO ADVERTISED je sizzling in the tun. w'^i HINES DRUG CO. • Mrs. William Steelman, who is making her home with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Carter, while her husband is overseas, received a letter from Sgt. Steelman this week saying that he is scheduled COOLIDGE r* One Day Only Fri., October 1/ Show Grounds Mclntyre Addition ’ciuMOm \ MAGNITUDINOUB MULTIPLICITY OF MERGED MARVELS. BEAUTIFULLY BLENDED INTO ONE BROBDINGNAGIAN, SPECTACULAR DISPLAY OF TRULY DIFFERENT ENTER TAINMENT. Mammoth Five Continent Menagerie Magnificent Displays Os Rare Wild BeasU The Like Os Which Has Never Been Seen With A Traveling Show Before. BABYLON rTTTSjBSEEESS SNOOKIE LARGEST k] 4 jUi'Xffill'iivVj LARGEST ELEPHANT Iwj fJt JIM 111 APE-MAN SINCE JUMBO IN CAPTIVITY AU Presented On One Prodigious Program In One Gigantic Portable Pavlllion And All To Be Seen For The Price Os One Single Admission Ticket. Biqqest And Best Circus That Will Visit This Vicinity The Happiest And Best Holtdav Os All The Year. Make Plans NOW For A Family Festival Frolic And A Big Circus Outing Dav. See what's inside before you buy -M———— -———- ■/ Take-apart test tells why *36bHmbyjfir B.F. Goodrich is your 3 Here’s what would show up if a B. F. Goodrich Silver town were cut apart layer by layer. Why? To let you see \yf what goea into its construction. Here, ply-by-ply, you find out why B. F. Goodrich gives longer tire life and greater driving safety. O Full Pre-War Tread Thickness—ir.a.’ with Duramin, the "tire vitamin” that fights wear. 028% Stronger Cord Construction—Better than pre war. Makes plies stronger and tire safer. © 305? More Rubber Between Plies—reduces stress be tween cords—gives added blow-out protection. O Pre-War Bead Wire—Same high quality spring steel. (HA ©Popular Pre-War Silvertown tread design. Non-skid, quiet running. AND IT’S 3 Yr.ARS AHEAD HAVE YOUR TIRES RECAPPED 0 BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE—TIRES ARE SCARCER THAN EVER We Still Have a Few Assorted Sizes of Tires, Car Batteries and Radio Batteries Coolidge Auto Supply J. C. JAYNE Arizona Boulevard Phone 47 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5 ! to return to the United States be fore the end of December, “so please hold any Christmas parcels you have for me.” He has been serving for many months in the European theater.