The Kiel Record (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 13, 1915 Page: 2 of 6
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THF. KIEL RECORD
Special Prices For Next Week Only
We have a nice line of Winter
Goods, Silks, Worsted, Gahardines
and Serges at the following prices
$1.65 grade Silk, at
1.00 grade Silk, at
.50 grade Silk Poplins, at
1.50 grade Gabardine, at
1.00 grade Gahardine, at,
1.00 grade all wool Serge, at 79
f,0 grade all wool Serg*, at .3!)
25 per cent off on all
Mens Wool Shiris
$1.50 Grade - $1 19
1.00 Grade ^0
50c Two-piecc garments 39c
$8 50 Coats
7.50 Coats 6.25
(5 50 Coats 5 40
Men and Boys Heavy Caps
$1.00 Caps 78 cents
75 cent Caps 60 cents
50 cent Caps 39 cents
$1 25 Blankets 64xS0
1,50 Blankets 70x80
2.35 Blankets 72x78
Mens Heavy Duck Coats
3.50 Corduory Blanket Lined . 2 90
2 50 Duck, Blanket lined 1 98
2.25 Duck, Blanket lined 1.75
1.25 Boys Duck Coats .98
Some Real Bargains in our Grocery Department
WE PAY THE HICHEST MARKET PRICE FOR PRODUCE
Gilchrist-Sherwood & Co
Personal and Local
Floyd Young was a Kingfisher
Ator Young and R E. Weimer
had business at the county seat
G. I Matthew* and family m< -
tnred to Dover, Sunday in the
Graver Hamil and family and
Dr Boo"'' spent Sunday at the
R«v. McCitoU home.
Highest market price
for hides.-C. C. Smith.
Rjv. Holmes drove a new 1910
model Ford in Kiel, Thursday.
F. M. Long and John Bur.ch
went to Dover, Monday in the
Don't forget the p e supper at
the Hamil Hall, Saturday night.
Everyone invited, come and
bring a pie or else buy. The
funds go to help pay for a piano
for the Chtistian church.
Mrs. T. A. Ferry who has been
very ill is improving at this writ-
John Bunch and family went
to Kingfisher in the Long tord,
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
G- W. Ferris has the tonsilitis
Mr. and Mrs. I O- Purcell
spent Friday evening visiting re
latives at Kingfisher.
Dr. Melton, Frank Long and
Tom Koen went to Kingfisher in
the former's Ford, Saturday.
Pete Davis purchased a new
Ford car last Thursday. He says
walking is good but riding i9 bet-
The new 1916 model Allen
which W. J. Larkins purchased
trim A. V. and G C. Hamil has
iziven perfect satisfaction and
Mr. Larkins is well pleased.
Grandma Porter is very poorly
she has been confined to her bed
for over a month. Grandma is
79 years old.
R ss a-
ti family have
m ived to the farm two miles east
and two south of kit !.
John Weaver arrived her<
day and is looking for a location.
We hope thev will settle in our
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Smith and
Mrs. Huddleston and vrrand-dau-
ghter Helen spent Sunday at the
Mon- home of Chas. Wa'ers. Mr.
Smith was trying out the "four-
Walter McCarroll and Lillian
went to Okeene Saturday, return-
ing Monday after noon. Walter
said he was going to meet Mrs.
McCarroll's sister, but that is
only a side line.
Adolph Stolzheiser and family,
and Mrs. S'olzheise's sister, who
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Long en-
tertained Sundav afternoon, Mr.
and Mrs Ed Terrell of kingfisher
have I een visitintr his parents and Ed Long of Minnesota. Ed
Monday morning for is a cousin of Frank s whom he
th< ir honu
at Civ rokee
has not seen for over thirty years.
For a good Clean
Hair Cut and Shave
Try an application of "Uncle Hiram's * Hair Tonic
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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/m1/2/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.