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North Taylor Review (Newspaper) - February 8, 1917, Sharpsburg, Iowa Largest list of paid in advance subscrib ers in Taylor A good advertising Try NORTH TAYLOR REVIEW If this is croBsed by a bine pencil your Bab Bcription is Re new at once to avoid missing a 38 TAYLOR 1917 5c PER COPY A Big Sale We have in this issue the sale ad of which will be of the largest of the sea Godden always handles good and this sale will be well worth One of the features of Goddens sales that has always appealed to us is that he is a very thorough ad sparing no reasonable expense in advertising his He is a believer in newspaper placing his ad in six of the surrounding all ads being of a proper This has been his and he knows it Let us take this chance to say the farmers of today are get ting to be among the most alert of and use good judg ment in spending their money lor this The difference in the methods of advertising sales today and what they were twenty years ago when we entered the printing trade is very Then the farmer tried to see how cheap he could bill his Now he tries to see how well he can bill The difference in results is just as OudeikirkFarnham On Thursday evening Febru ary 1 at the Farnham country home occurred a pretty home wedding when their daugh Nellie was united in marriage to Clyde Ouder Promptly at the appointed hour of 6 oclock the hgppy to the strains of the Mendelssohns wedding march played by Miss Maude took their places in the where in the presence of the immediate relatives of tnV two families the McClelland read the impressive ceremony which made them hus band and Immediately after the ceremony a two course wedding supper was served which was greatly enjoyed by the After supper and visiting and the imparting of good advice to the two young folks they were taken toConway where they left on the night train for Creston from where they will go to for a skort They will be at home after March 1 at the grooms farm two miles north of Sharpsburg The bride was tastily gowned in a dress of white silk crepede Her going away costume was a brown two piece suit with hat to and Ouderkirk were born and raised in this community and are known to a host of friends and acquaintances whose best wishes for a long and happy married life go with They are both members of the Presbv byterian church of Sharpsburg where they have given faithful expression to their Christian lite and the home which they found will have that Christian quality so essential to home home happi ness As both are energetic and very capable in their chosen life work we can predict success for Loses Thumb Clifford oldest son of Brainanl lost the thumb of his left hand in a pculiar manner last He had started the engine to pump and reached up with a wet mitten on his hand to take a belt from the wall near the drive The mitten thumb froze to the drive shaft and pulled the boys thumb from the hand with the some leaders several inc les in length hanging from the The boy showed considerable going to the house quietly telling his mother he had lost his He spoke so quietly ihat his mother was paid no attention till he repeated the remark and his brother com menced exclaiming and crying about i Grootn took care of the case and the patient seems to be doing Married Miss Hfen Rutlcdge and Orie Shum were married in Wednesday afternoon The IN THE BANK is master of eveiy He can any class business HAVE YOU EVER ISAID TO YOURSELF WHEN SOME GOOD BUSINESS CHANCE CAME ALONG IF I ONLY HAD A THOU SAND DOLLARS NOWT THE WAY TO GET YOUR FIRST THOUSAND IS TO PUT YOU FIRST DOLLAR IN OUR BANK WITH A STRONG WILL TO BANK MORE AND TO BANK THE OTHER WILL FOLLOW MORE EASILYTHAN PUTTING IN THE FIRST ISNT THIS EXPERIMENT WORTH TRYING WOULD JOHN ROCKEFELLER HAVE BEEN THE RICHEST MAN IN THE WORLD IF HE HAD NEVER BANKED HIS FIRST DOLLAR PUT YOUR MONEY IN OUR BANK WE PAY INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS STATE SAVINGS BANK IOWA Presbyterian Church Notes Dont stay away from church ecause you dont Dont are may fill but it gets nobody The cold icy hand of relentless winter has kept a firm grip upon us for the past week with the re ult that the activities about tjie hurch have been hindere Owing to the severe weather Vednesday week ago here was not any meeting feo he new study in the fundamental each ings of the Bible was not be Sabbath was ushered nto the midst of a regular west rn blizzard so that all services but one were suspended and tlie hurch was not opened in ttie ivening at At the chool hour a short session Was leld and the lesson was There was quite a wide range of epresentation at Sunday school or the 11 present they ranged in age from 6 to 90 Two eachers were present and two classes were formed and an in eresting study of the lesson was The Sunday school lesson or next Sabbath Jesus and he Woman of found n John This is he lesson that gives Jesus won derful teaching on the water of ife which He represented in His ife and Come and take your place in a class and learn low the Master Teacher imparts great Confession is the topic for Senior Christian found n Luke This is the re jular consecration In lis lesson we see how a despised ax collector Avas not ashamed ta make an open coifesiijii of his As the Juniors were unable to lave their consecration meeting ast Sabbath evening they will have it next Charley Brown will lead the lesson with the Our Last Satur day the Suniofs met at the Manse to hold their monthly business After all the business tad been transacted and the dis cussions held it was found that the society had been doing such good work that the temperature n their chart was raised several All the Juniors are to remember to keep February 24 open for something interesting that is to take place lor them on hat As the minister did not get to preach the sermon Keeping the Fire he will pile more fuel on and get a holier fire for next Sabbath raorn ng and maybe this severe cold will be In the evening we can expect something different by way of speaker and the secretary of the Clarinda com munity will speak for us tell us of some interesting things that he is experienced in his very useful A cordial invitation is extended to all to come and hear Wayt for he will tell u something that will appeal to everyone interested in the appli cation of Christian teaching to our cOiTimunity Why go to church This is what Daniels Secretary of the Navy says about going to The church has never been perfect in any age of the worlds but neverthe less it has always been the chanel thru which God shed forth every good and perfect gift which has blessed the Therefore I go to Dont stay from church be cause the church is imperfect should you find and join the per fect its perfection would then Methodist Church Notes Please remember our 2nd Quarterly Conference for this year Saturday afternoon prompt ly at February 10 in the rear in of the bank Kirkendall will be and all officers of the church are most earnestly requested to be Let us make an effort to have all our reports up in The quarter has been a good marked advancement has been made and all points to a success ful quarters Try and not be absent from the prayer meeting service Thurs day We were very sorry indeed thai the weather was go severe last week to make al most impossible to hold this ser but we are trusting for better weather this Remember the regular preach ing services Sunday morning and evening at the usual Farewell Surprise A farewell surprise in the usual extremely cordial friendly way of the Blue Grove folks was tendered to Gordon and Clyde Whipple and their families at the home of the former last It those great was big just one of neighborhood affairs where everyone goes and shows their hearty feeling that is characteristic of Blue and was attended by everybody and all their It was a complete surprise to both families and was combined be cause both are leaving and the Blue Grove folks could not allow them to go without showing1 That their best wishes for the future were with them as well as their appreciation of the years that they had known them as good Gordon and wife are going to the coast toedicite theirchild and Whipple is only going to but Blue Grove wanted them to feel that they were leaving a host of so they gave them each a set of silverware in a most appropriate speech by In the thanks by and and and Whipple they all said they felt sure this was not really as they ex pected to come back to the best of country communities some and that they would never forget heir old friends and neighbors wherever they All of them said they would be more than glad to have their old friends call on them if they came their The dinner consisted of oysters and and was seryed in splendid style by those good cooks from out Blue Grove way whom we have always There was a crowd of at least 100 and the serving of these guests was no small but it was ex tremely well handled by the while the men folks sat around and passed the time in conversation when they were not Everyone had the finest kind of social time and wish both famil ies good fortune and a speedy re turn to Blue About Consolidatad Schools Inquiries with reference to ural school consolidation are constantly coming to Iowa State Information that will help in r in starting usually what is The argicultural education de partment of the college gives hese suggestions information as to the lan of write Itispec r A department of uiblic Des latest facts on consoli covering the entire coun write for Bulletin Bureau of Dakotas experience s contained in the report of the state inspector Valley experience is contained in Bulletin Con olidatipu of Rural Address department of public study of 15 consolidated ural schools is contained in publication No The Southern Education best summary of and disadvantages and conclusions is contained in an Illinois Consolidation of Country December Adcress University of Gordon to Leave This weeks issue carries the clos ing out sale of R who will move to the where he will educate his Mr and Gordon and family are among the best liked folks in this and we are sorry to see thetnleaye though we will look for them as we know they will miss their many friends here They will leave as soon as possible after the which will be a completeclosing KURDS CORNER did you ever think a newspaper man sometimes gets in a rut and feels just like a school boy who has been told to write an essay and then cant think what to write that is the way we are and this week we had passed up this particular spot in the because we had nothing to say and thought this was the place to say Just as that point had been we were invited out to a surprise partyon the Gordons and while we were thought that if and there we just there was any one thing in this world that needed praise it was the fine kind of wholesome neighborly spirit that was Dont you know there is nothing better in this world than having real honest to goodness shake hands and feel glad kind who are willing to share your joys and your troubles it is the positive know ledge that you have shown by some real That event was one oi that time when they all get tell you how they have liked you and wish you luck from bottom of their These families will leave Blue Groye sorry to go and glad to come Thats why Blue Grove is one of the greatest rural in They are the real kind who stick through thick and who help each other in trouble and laugh to gether over their who hate to the circle broken up by anyone we think this is one of the best spirits in and we believe it is worth writing worth thinking We are Runs Store Like Cafeteria successful operation in lola of a grocery and provision market on a new plan has resulted in re ducing the high cost of living lor ts patrons The market is call d the Basket and there s neither cashier nor de The proprietor alone conducts the glad that we are enough of a Patrons are furnished a marBlue Graver to be privileged as a ket basket free and are admitted guest and are almost half a notion o spacious which wind to move out there just because of along between rows of shelves their friendly and we and tables loaded with provisions would if we had the price of a hrough a All goods good Iowa so we could are priced in plain figures and as j settle up and settle the patron passes helaugh at the other selected the articles he desires to All aisles lead to the exit where the I presiding at the cash proprietor save in the cost of checks the articles in the patrons but he declares he does collects the amount due j a greater volume of business daily and releases the than under the old By eliminating the credit and People know from experience delivery clerks and cashand advertising just what they the owner reduces his selling he and wait on cost and passes the saving on to themselves much more rapidly Jhe public Not only does the than down and newspaper We have on hand a good assort ment of Mens Work IDEAL AND WHEELER made of best quality Cheviot These values are now selling in most store for Our while they is The Store of Quality Clyde Taylor
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