The Kiel Record (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 13, 1915 Page: 1 of 6
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THE KIEL RECORD
A Home Paper For The Home People
Kiel, OKlahoma, Thursday, January 1ft, 191C>
A COWARDLY DEED
According to reports and cir-
cumstantial evidence, one of the
most degrading things occurred
in our village several weeks ago.
When amin gets so low, he is
no longer a man, but an uncivi-
lized, insensible, untaught, void
of virtue, destitute of r a3on and
so low bred as to commit a crime
that according to God's law ?nd
Man's law is one of the most sac-
red ot' all laws; this law being
virtue- He resides south of town
and has a young lady honsekeep-
er, she being his own brother's
daughter, with whom he got on
to> familiar t^rms, causing mur-
der to be commited to cover his
deed He is no longer fit to raise
his family and especially the little
girl. We also hear by reports
that a local doctor took charge of
trie case. That is another grave
offence, he is also commitiing
murder and to him is due as
much dis-respect as to the one
who committed the first crime.
This being a quack doctor here
and has so ne practice most of'
which, he wi 1 lose, for no respect-
ab e family will any longer toier
ate or permt him to enter again
into their homes and minister un-
to the sick, for a man of that
caliber is capable of do ng most
anything for the almighty dollar.
What io worse than taking the
life of a helpless unborn child?
As there has been some com-
ment as to whether or not it was
safe for Scott Collier to return
to school, on account of his re-
cent illness of diphtheria. Some
objection was raised when he
attempted to start in school last
Monday, ana for the satisfaction
of a few cronic kickers we will
publish the following leter.
Kingfisher, Onla., Jan. 12,1916
E. R. Cavett,
I examined the specimen
you gave me and found no bac-
teria of the diphtheria type.
There were very few of the large
bacilli which are always present
in the throat and a few staphylo-
cocci. There was j,bout what
we would expect but the cocci
were not at all numerous.
C. W. Fisk, M. D.
The Picture that sent Henry
Fo d to Europe- Authentic Eu-
ropean War Pictures. The Hor-
rors of War. showing artop-ance
dropping bombs—sinking battle
ships—blow n=? up buildings—
buriai of the dead. All taken by
Patne Feres official French and
Ru-sian war phorograrher.
See this wonderful picture in
three reels ar the ELECTRIC
THEATRE Friday, January 21.
Mi'inee 2:30 Admission 5
and 10 cents.
Sunda Schorl and preaching
services at M. E. church Sunday
There will bo a pie supper giv-
en for the purpose' of helping
to buv a piano f >r the Christian
church, at the Hamil Hall, Satur-
day January, 15ih. Every one
is invited. Come and bring a
Teacher's Examination will be
held January. 27. 28, 29. Also
examination for Normal Instruct-
ors will he the onlv examination
offered for Normal Certificates.
Sarah Liston, Co. Supt.
I h is been a short time since
the "four-ninety" Chevrolet ar-
rived in our communry and now
there is three of them. C. C.
Smith purchased one last Satur-
frcm the local agents, Nelson
and Matthws. They are a clas-
sy car and it don't take talking
to sell them—just showing, thats
all for they will sell themselves.
Mrs. W. E. Braz'e and son Al-
pha returned home with her
mother, Mrs. Har n ih Wight,
December, 31st who has been
visiting a son, C. E. Wight of
0 iem, Texas. Mrs. Brazel visit-
ed the sights at Corpus Criati,
and also the oil wells which are
blowing out gas, sand and salt
water to the height of 75 and
100 feet, one havinur blowed out
a hole covering nearly one-half
acre, and is so hot it is boiling.
She brought home some green
beans and flowers, also f-aw
ripe oranges and grape fruit on
the trees. She reports Texas as
a fine place to spend one's vaca-
tion and pleasure seeking. Deer
hunting is good and lots of them
and a fine looking coun'ry it is
but with it all Mrs. Brazle says
Oklahoma looks good to her.
Mrs. Wight has been very
poorly but is improving some
We Can Help You
We want to be of greater service to the business public. That
is why we want to increase the number of our accounts. Yet
you can rest assured that increasing the number of our accounts
does NOT decrease the attention each individual depositor will
receive from us. Courtesy, accommodation, security, these we
offer you in liberal measure.
Farmers and Merchants
Born to Mr. and Mrs- A. D.
Vilhaur a ten pound girl on Jan-
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Schneider of Kiel, a ten pound
boy on January 10th.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brown
left Tuesday evening for King-
fisher where they to^k the rrain
for Pips Stone, Minn. They re-
ceived word that Mrs. Brown's
brother, Richard Maxwell of that
place had departed this life.
We extend our sympathies
with their many friends in be-
half of the bereaved ones-
Col. Van Horn, editor of the
Kansas City Journal for 41 years
died January, 3rd at his home .n
Kansas City, at the age of 91.
He was thp father of the first
bill for Oklahoma territory, and
is accredited with having origi-
nated the word, "Oklahoma."
Alpha Fiegfl, alias Sam, alias
Barney spent Sunday in his
Pierce Arrow. Giving many
demonstrations as to the speed
also the easy riding qualities it
has during the terrific speed he
FOR SALE—Shelled pop corn,
at 2 cents per pound, also some
kaffir corn for sale. Phone 931.
C W. Cross, 4 miles south of Kiel
BIDS FOR G. M. STOCK
Chevrolet Plans to Take Over
Control of General Motors Co.
Pending Deal Will Increase Capi-
Iation to $80,000,000.00
New York, Dec. 24 —The stock
holders of the Chi vrolet Motor Co.
yesterday ratified the proposal
of the directors of the company
to increase the capitalization
from $20,000,000 to $80,000,000,
this step being taken in connec-
tion with a plan of that company
to take over the controling shares
of the General Motors Co. by
means of an exchange of Btock.
WOULD GIVE GREATEST CAPITAL
The acquisition of a controling
interest in General Motors by
Chevrolet company would give
the motor car company the larg-
est capital in the country.
By March it is planed to in-
crease the output to 350 cars a
day.—From Motor Age.
Grade cards for sale at the Record
FOR SALE—A good 240 acre farm
140 acres in pasture, 100 acres in
cultivation. Price only $2,800.00.
See E. A. Nelson.
The Daily Free Press and the
Weekly Kiel Record, one year
each $1.75. This offer expires
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Purcell, I. O. The Kiel Record (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 13, 1915, newspaper, January 13, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc103030/m1/1/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.