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Moberly Monitor-Index (Newspaper) - September 30, 1939, Moberly, Missouri PAGE FOUR MONITOR-INDEX AND DEMOCRAT. MOBERLY, MO. SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1939 Moberly MoniiorJndex And Moberiy Evening Democrat MOBERl.Y MONITOR Estab. JSflS MOHGULY UVUKX Estab., 1010 MOBF.KLY UKMOCRAT Jfistab, Ib72 Member ft '.Associated The Associated Press la exclusively entitled to the uso for of all new? dispatches credited f u or--- otherwise credited in this pa MM ami also the loral news pub- lished herein. All rights of pub- lication of special dispatches in art also reserved. JAMF.S TODD Prea. and Gen MBT- W T VAN CLKVB Vice- President J. K.': VAN CI.I5VB Treasurer PuhH-vhcri by Muberly Index Ptg. Co. .St. Moberly. EntcJt'i) at Post Office at Mnberly Missouri n.s Second Class Mutter _ In Atoberfy By carrier (a week) SinKh- copy By Mail: In Missouri: 1 Yr. ,M.OQ; 0 Mog. 3 Moa, 51.20: 1 Mo. .fiC Adjoining States: 1 Yr 6 Moa. I-..V. 3 Mos. 51.25: 1 Mo. .50 Elsewhere: 1 Yr. 0 Moa; J3.00 3 Mos. 51.SO: I Mo. .W Momber of the Bureau of Circulation AdvrrtUlnjr Mitchell- P.inldfill arif! Inc. Aladison Ave. New York ISO North MlchJpan Ave.. Chicago: 100-5 Raltl- more Ave.; Kansas City. Mo., M4 Insurance Rxchango BlrlK.. St. Louis, Mo. on (I THE Send for a FKEE SA.MTLU rorv Wall Sireel Journal lot Complrlr iMarUcLs and nil P, [IS I N US H 1'' I N A N f I AT, The -TVrwspappr of Sn IJusincs.y... Mfin nnrt 4-1 Broad St. Xo.v Vork, N. T, Feel Treated Scientifically At a Fee You Can Afford to Pay DR. KAISER 401 Reed St. Phone by 'Stall- Hoard of Hard to Make Both Ends Meet? Just Get a HOME FINANCE LOAN Simple to Secure! Entirely Con- fidential. Easy Monthly Pay- ments. ITou pay only per m-o'-n on the u n'p.a Id balance. Home Finance Corp. Phone 314 12iN. Fifth Phone Telephone 322 today let us get your suit and coat ready for fall and winter. Look your best always It pays! DRY CLEANING CO. 545 West Coates St. Everyone Knows tbat good eyesight is priceless. No one can put a value on it, but all recognize that its im- pairment can seriously aflect earning- power. Can even les- sen the pleasure of living, lr your eyes are failing, heed na- ture's warning, now. Come to U3 for examination by a skilled optometrist whom you can re- ly upon to" advise you honestly. Cash Terms Consult: Dr. C. 0. Browning Optometrist Now in Charge of the Optical Department of the PROFFITT JEWEKRV STOKE GOOD EYESIGHT Manufacturers Tax Boosted (Continued from page 1.) Huntsville Times Publishing Com- pany, to Changes Made Here. Moberly sessions Standard Oil bulk plant at Jacksonville, to Lynch Feed Store, 'Higoee, to Camp Mob- berly, to Hedge Grove Tourist Camp, to Jett Service Station, to Myers Service Station, to Koch Station, to Old Allen Ice Cream to Pig and Bun, to Sum- mers and Hammons Junk Yard, to Missouri Culvert and Pipe Co., to R. O. Adams Service Station, to An- drews Auto Store to 000; Bell Junk Yard, to Cities Service Oil Co., to Continental Oil Co., to Cook Paint and Varnish to Croft Machine Shops, to Daly's Mar- ket to Dunlop Tire and Rubber Co., to Eisenhauer Tin Shop, to Flayhan Grocery, to Forney Furniture Co., to B. F. Goodrich and to Lakes Service Station, to Guild Motor Co., to Mrs. R. M. Johnston, 200 to Jones Drug Store, to Kroger, West Reed, to Leach's Ready-to-Wear, to Mary's Station, to Miller to Mis- souri Petroleum Co., to Moberly Ice Cream Co., to Moberly Motor Company, to Montgomery Ward and Co., to Noel Feed and to Ohio Oil Company, to Pagett Motor Co., to Palmer Grocery, to Payton Grocery, to Phillips Petroleum Co., 950 to L, B. Price Mer- cantile Co., to Ran- dolph Dairy, to Red Eagle Oil Company, to Reed's Drug Store, to Reibel Motor Co., to Riley Motor Company, to Shell Oil Com- pany, to Roberts Shoe Shop, to Seitaert Motor Company, to Singer Sewing Machine Co., noth- ing to Skelly Oil Company bulk plant, to Standard Oil bulk plant; to Stark's Cut Rate Drug Stauffer Roofing Company, to Tallen Candy Co., to Throcks Tailoring, to Tuggle Fox Grocrey, to .Wegener Sales Co., to S.H. Kress Co., to F. W. Woolworth Co., to North Missouri Oil Co., to Western Malt and Milling Co., nothing to Moberly Message, 'to Randolph Dairy, to Tallen Bottling Works, to Mrs. Veda Colvin Dies This Morning; Funeral Monday Mrs.; Albert R. (Veda) Colvin, 59, died at 2 o'clock this morning at McCormick Plospital. She had been ill about six weeks, Mrs. Colvin had lived in Mober- ly since 1921, when she came here, from Brookfield. She was a mem- ber of the Fourth Street Metho- dist Church, the Order the Eastern Star, a past high priest- ess of White Shrine No. 11, mem- ber of the Rebekths and of Siler Camp 8006, R.N.A., and of Past Priestesses and Past Watchmen of Shepherds Club. She is survived by her husband; one daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Dowdy; one grandson, Jimmy Dowdy; one step-daughter, Mrs- Glen Hicks of Winona; two sisters, Mrs. W. R. Keithley, Moberly, and Mrs. G. S. Davis, Adrian; three brothers, J. B. Calhoun of Henrietta, Okla., Vale Calhoun, Loyalton, Cal., and George A. Calhoun, Schenectady, N.Y.; and a number of nieces and nephews. The body was taken today to the residence at 409 West Burkhart street. Funeral services will bfc conducted at the Fourth Street Methodist Church at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon by the Rev. B, V. Powell, pastor. Burial will be in Oakand Cemetery under auspices of the Eastern Star. Want to buy something Make it known with a Monitor-Index Want Ad. 'Call 125. It Will Pay You
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