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North Taylor Review (Newspaper) - January 13, 1916, Sharpsburg, Iowa Largest list of paid in advance subscrib ers in Taylor A good advertising Try NORTH TAYLOR REVIEW tf crossed by a blue pencil tab is Re new at once to avoid missing a 32 TAYLOR 1916 5c PER COPY Presbyterian Church Notes The Sabbath school lesson for next Sunday morning is Peters sermon at Pentecost Acts Golden Who soever shall call on the name of the Lord shall be lesson is How to Work With Others Isa Viola Short The Junior Endeavor lesson is Serving for Christs Martha Choir practice Friday evening at The ladies aid is going to have a whole days meeting Thursday at the home of Lydia Filpert All members attending are expected to bring their own meeting last week was led by Mr After the meeting the tethers training class was con had been made in all the homes within from two to three miles of In this survey our community has been compared to other such communities in the United States Arthur Miller and Miss Elsie Greer were united in marriage at the Presbyterian Bed Rev Currie officiating The bride is the daughter of and while the groom is the son of Frank east of Both are well known and our readers will join in wishing them happiness and success Attend Funeral A large number of relatives and friends attended the funeral of at New Market last They were and Sturm being a sister of Eyre E Hegwood of a Jason Hegwood i of a i The nieces and nephews were and Alia Hegwood of and Ernie Hegwood of and Frank Beemer of Pearl Friends attending were and Charles Clarinda W Blair I by Bessie The catechetical class meets every Sat afternoon at 2oclock at the The assembly herald class meets every Sunday evening at in main Chas Do not forget the public library found at the This and Mrs H Mrs library is for so do not miss this opportunity of get ting a good book to read At the morning service the new officers and teachers of the and TJ j At the class of si the impressive of this week by which he vows were I exchanged his home residence The social and the bungalow occupied by which was taken of our community Elmer Ulrich for the eighty this fajl has been compiled and owned by 4 miles tne results will be displayed west of and Mrs and explained next Sabbath Newman will move to Sharpsburg morning at the These March and will live where charts contain some very Wilson does renting ing facts which throw a great the other This will deal of light upon the conditions add another home to in and around They as Wilson will doubtless erect will deal with the a fine modern home in the new school and religious life addition in the east part of of the Every one in the The detl was made by Richey community is cordially invited to land come and see these who are always watching for These results were obtained chances to bring new families to after a house to house canvas on Dennis Hamblin was born March and grew to manhood his fathers Coming u to Iowa in the fall of when he returned to and enlisted in 58th Illinois and received appointment of orderly After being appointed to that he was in the ing important engagements Fort Fort Pleasant Yellow besides many minor He was wounded in Louisiana while pro Banks Receiving a furlough to come to While convalescing he was married to Miss He then returned to his regiment where he re mained till his final February after served three years and two He then to Maggie both of Sharpsburg and Clarrissa Brown of Con way and eighteen grand Also one Hamblin of Cornelia Cambell of Y He passed away age 70 10 months and 8 days he He his home and moved with wife to Taylor was engaged in was elected a member of the Assembly of the Legislature and always took a very active part in In 1901 he received the appoint ment of rural route inspector Putting on Roof The brick work on the new school house has been and the roof is going The rest of the work will be pushed by Contractor although he will not estimate the date when the structure will be The Review is hearing many splendid complements on the appearance of the and all feel that it is a big boost for Some Land Sales Ambrose of Gravity purchased an eighty acre farm three and one half miles north east of Gravity of Wilson last This makes 160 acers of land for and is the second farm that she purchased through Richey who closed the It is the third farm they have sold a position be filled with verv Mr Wilson besides merchan credit for nearly five His dise 8tocks and so is good evidence that their methods of business are satis factory among their friends who district included 16 states and he traveled untold thousands of miles by horseback and on That he did his duty faithfully and well is by endorsement he received from his superior officer who wrote the department that he wished to state that Hamblin had proven himself to be an upright and conscientious who always had the best interests of the service in view while do ing his The prevailing characteristics of his nature were unselfish ness and He was a charter member the Sharpsburg Presbyterian having first united when the Enders liar charge of the Conway In 1910 he received a deeper work of grace in his heart and entered more fully into the work of his He leaves to mourn his loss his wife and three Laura Smith and The botanical name for grape fruit is citrus and it is also called It be to the citrus family along with the lemon and The oldest name for the fruit and the one commonly used by horticulturists is the fruit is more generally known as grape the name believed to have originated from the fact that it grows in clusters like The supply in this country comes chiefly from though California and Jamica furnish BETTER THAN GOLD Better than better than Than rank and a thousand Is a healthful and a mind at ease And simple pleasures that always please A heart that can feel for a neighbors woe And share his joys with a friendly With sympathies large enough to All men as is better than Better than gold is a conscience Tho toiling for bread in an humble sphere Doubly blest with content and Untried by the cares of lust or Lowly living and lofty thought Adorn and ennoble a poor mans lot For man and or natures Are the test of a Better than gold is the sweet repose Of the sons of toil when their labors close Better than gold is the poor mans And the balm that drops on his slumbers deep Bring sleeping draught to the downy bed Where pillows his aching head His simpler opiate labor deems A shorter road to the land of Better than gold is a thinking That in realm of books can find A treasure surpassing Australian And live with the great and good of The sages lore and the poets The glories of empires past away Tho worlds great drama will then enfold And yield a pleasure better than v Better than gold is a peaceful Where all the fireside charities come The shrine of the heaven of Hallowed by or or However humble that home may Or tried by sorrow with fortunes decree The blessings that never were bought or And center are better than Like Autos in Those who live within hearing appreciate the following letter sent to the officials of a railway in and signed who try to live and work ami Outrageously Ill never again Invite that humorist to exclaimed he made our English butler START RIGHT NOW TO LIVE THE REST OF YOUR LIFE ARE YOU FACING AN OLD AGE OF POVERTY IF YOU ARE EARNING MONEY PUT AS MUCH OF IT AS YOU CAN IN THE BANK EACH PAY YOU WILL BE HAPPY WHEN YOU SEE YOUR BALANCE GROW AND SEE YOUR MONEY PILE UP SO IT CAN REALLY PROTECT YOUR OLD START RIGHT WE PAY INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS BAHK WITH US v STATE SAVINGS BANK Special for This Week i Womens 25c Fleeced Boys and Girls 25c Fleeced Boys and Girls 15c Fleeced Hose One lot Mens 50c Wool One lot Mens 35c Wool One lot Flannel One lot Mens Flannel Shirts 18c 18c 10c 33c 23c 30c 60c Grocery Special sleep in the Gentlemen Is it absolutely in the discharge of his duty day and that the engine should make it ding and dong and fizz and spit and clang and bang and buzz and hiss and bellow and waiJ and pant and rant and yowl and howl and grate and grind and puff and bump and click and clank and chug and moan and hoot and toot and crash and grunt and gasp and groan and whistle and wheeze am squawk and blow and jar a IK perk and rasp and jingle am twang and clack and rumble and jangle and riig and clatter and yelp and croak and howl ant hum and snarl and puff and grow and thump and boom and and jolt and jostle and slam am scrape and throb and crink an jangle and quiver and rumble and roar and rattle and yell am B t Three Cans Sweet Wrinkled Peas 25c SATURDAY ONLY GOLDEN RULE smoke and smell and shriek Kansas City like Do not imagine that a long face is ever an indication that is more than skin KURDS CORNER We are amused occasionally tcf notice some of the papers that tell how much the American people lose annually an mining and eaders that legislation should be to punish the iVe turn the pages of the same and see mining stock fake help wanted in If the papers or the United States want o prevent these frauds the best way for them to help is to refuse o accept such and nly accept advertising from lines of Investi gation will not hurt honest business and the advertiser who refuses to show that he is fair is usually unable to make a straightforward The country papers are usally ree from the are getting betrer in this and the worst offenders are usually the cheap papers that send their sheets out for life on j receipt of an order for six a ml a post or a brass or similar It is also ji that such sheets sell copies of their subscription list to people I who wish to send put ads of minj j ng and fake investments of no In the parlance of the grafters these are called sucker and are Backbone of the But this class of papers we see they praise the government for ho the Of course their are honest till the secret service investigation catches them and closes them accord ing to the lights of the a good wav to test the honest intentions of a publisher is to look at the class of ing that fills his Woodmen Visit Ed Mere dith Monday bright and fourteen members of the Camp went to the Ed Meredith farm north of town and spent the day putting shingles on his new At noon the men were invited into the house where a splendid dinner was served to t h e ra by Meredith and It will be remembered t h a t Meredith lost his barn by fire Thanksgiving It was cerv tainly a neighborly act on the part of the members of the local camp and was highly appreciated by who is one of the oldest Woodmen in Tavlor and has always been loyal to the r a v i t y Independent BERT PIPER IOWA 4 Customer We have an unlimited supply of Building Material of all Make known your wants and see how quick we can supply Let us show you our new Window Ven for sleeping Keeps out the snow on a stormy night and lets in plenty of fresh Sharpsburg Lumber
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