The Kiel Record (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 2, 1915 Page: 1 of 4
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tViel, OKlahoma, Thursday, Decembtr 2, lc)15
Do Your Xmas Shopping Earb
Buy Her Diamond King
or some other nice piece of Jewelry
Everything Guaranteed the very best
Special Price* to Early Huvers
Dr. E. R. Cavett met with a very
bainful accident Wednesday of last
Week while driving his car.
Dr. Cavett was driving at a fair
Kite of speed and struck a sand-bed,
the car skidded and turned over
bidetvays, making a complete turn,
alighting on the wheels, right side
bp, breaking the Doctor's collar-
, The accident happened four and a
half miles northeast of Kiel, by Will
Mensing's farm. '• inley Gilger
orotight him home in the Gilger car.
The car was slightly damaged con-
sidering llie accident, breaking the
wind-shield and radiator E. A.
Nelson brought the car in.
. Dr. Cavett is improving nicely and
's now able to be aix'und some.
We all have reason to be thankful
to Almignty God for what if being
Accomplished, and for the souls that
!s being saved from sin in the re-
vival now in progress, let us contin-
ue to prky for greater things. There
!s nothing that can do a cumminity
ao much good as a genuine revival
of religion. Our revival is fast com-
ng to a close. All are invited to
Attend the remaining services.
Rev. J. N. Holmes, Pastor.
( \ : ' r
Mr. an 1 M.'s. ! iugh Trosper enter-
tained to Thanksgiving dinner the
following guest1', k. E. Weimer and
amily, J. J Weimer and wife, Fred
Shearer and family, Willis Van Horn
and family, Hen Weimer and family,
D. Goodrich and family, Mrs. Grace
Kinder and children, • ' Trosper
and wife, and Pete urti- and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Chits, Waters had as
guests Thanksgiving, W. J Turner
and family, Arch Huddleston and
wife, and Mara Huddleston.
Several news items came to our
ollice to late for publication last
week on aCcbitnt of going to press
two days early for Thanksgiving,
and we wish to thank each one for
Mr. and Mrs. John Jeffri s, enter-
tained to thanksgiving dinner the
following guests: Mrs. Hob urner
and two-daughters, Mrs. I. Davis,
Miss Nannie Davis, Mr: has. Davis
and children, Mrs Crist and Miss
On;' hunting party started from
the home of Roy Page, has some-
thing to show they went Thanksgiv-
ing. Those going w ,ve Roy Page,
Emery Ogle, and .John, Clarence and
Scott Maxwell. The game consisted
of 1 possums, '' pol* cats, 4 rabbits
and 1 'squirt-el.
Luvelle Weaver, little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. • • .hi. Weaver of l-ouke,
Arkansas, departed this life while
visiting in Kingfisher Oklahoma,
November, 27, l.)ir>. Lovelle was
born in Fouke, Arkansas, February
27, 1913, age one year and nine
months. Her little body we < laid to
rest in the Greenwood cemetery,
seven miles southeast of Kiel, Satur-
day, November 27th, at 3 p. m ,
Rev. James N. Holmes, pastor M.
E. church, Kiel, officiating.
The little one has now passed from
the ones who loves it so dearly into
the hands of Out Farther. God in
his infinite mercy and wisdom has
seen fit to call her into a Better Be-
yond, and now awaits to welcome
the loved ones here to a greater and
nobler home, Heaven.
i'he Record together with their
many friend extends to th'e bereaved
parents and relatives their sincere
H. G. Stolzheise drove a new
Dodge through Kiel, Saturday. He
purchased it of R. E. Weimer. We
suggest that the people give Herman
lots of road until he learns how to
run the dog-gone thing, for' it has
the speed and power as well as class.
(' J. Sherwood ami family of
Dover motored through Kiel and
took Mrs. 'Uor Young Hitchcock
to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and
Mrs. S. Gilchrist.
The infant child of Ir and Mrs.
M R. Olds passed away the night of
November 24th nd was hurried on
Farm Loans and Insurance
Besides doing a general Banking business
we wish to call your attention to the fact
that we are in the market for
at present we have a very attractive preposition
We can also write you
tire, Tornado, tiail or Life Insurance
and will place yotl in some old and reliable company
If your loan is falling due and you ai e ot in portion to pa> same
or you want a new loan call and see u. we will save ^ou money
Farmers and Merchants
Mr and Mrs. G. I. Matthews
motored to Dover, Thanksgiving
'rid .-pent the day picknicking with
with Mr. and Mrs H. Mullins and
Miss Fronia Stanton. They all re-
turneil and spent Friday at tin Mat-
Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Young went
to Kingfisher, A'ed'iesd
j Mr. anil Mrs. E A Nelson enter-
tained as guests Thanksgiving the
atter's parents, Mr and Mrs. K. H.
Woods, and sister, Miss Leah Wo< ds
>f Hennessey. The., arrived Wed-
nesday and Mr. Ne! ,on took them
j;o the train at Dover, Saturday and
.hey were accompanied home by
Miss Dorothy Nelson.
We Lead, Others Foil vv
a ^ack of Globe Floi^.r
' • ir? fcHlshSDR- ODD
Walter Hoskins and family spenl
Sunday at the parental hottie.
I' K. Rooseboom has been on thr
sick list but is better at present.
Mrs. Com inder spent three
days of last week with her parent
Mrs Erick Groenewold an<! child-
•er • r .•;! tInn. divine at the G E
McDow 11 home.
Dick Gro newold departed last
week to see the sights at the Pana
week for a vii1 v i ti'
relatives in Da' ota.
"i s mother'p
i Prof. Hobart Viets attended the
3tate Tcachers Meeting at Oklahoma
City last weak, returning Saturday,
•tie reports having an excellent time.
There being about 6000 present and
several counties were represented at
this session than last.
Mr. and Mr.- R. L Page had as
guests Thanksgiving the following,
A J. Maxwell and family, Clarence
Maxwell and family, C. L. Page rnd
family, Emery Ogle and John Max-
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LADIES HOME JOURNAL
SATURDAY EVENING POST
and COUNTRY GENTLEMEN
Mrs. E. R. Cavett
you want G
The Quality crops on? in the cup
Mrs. H B York had as Ihanksgiv-
iik guests, her two sixers and their
families from Kansas.
Jack Joskins and family, G. E
Mi lowell and family sprni Sunda>
; at the . Browner horn .
'Irs. D. Groenewold and Mrs,
Fred vleisseinger spent Monday
j with *lrs i . Groenewold.
Mr. and rs. Frank Edwards of
I<awto si) nt the week end with
! 1 1 ■1 Ior11ler s sist.er, i s. W. Hoskins.
Lard ( >ans""* 3 sizes
Dry Goods, Hats and Ops
Call ;ind see our
Cook Stoves, Ranges and Heaters
We Want Your Produce
Highest Market Prices For Eggs, Butter and Poultry
'•.rs. Louie Wehrenberg went to
bi' • fishei vionday in the Geo. Whe-
. nberg ■ «r and hnd some dental
v. ork done.
j Several "f the former Victory
school boys who are away attending
other schools, came home to spend
j the Thanksgiving holidays.
Mr and Mrs.Oral Duggan and two
small children of Kingfisher spent
one da\ last week with the latter's
sister Mrs E Gioenewald.
Alvin Hoskins took Gladstone
Lewis and arl Hoskins to Kingfish-
er, >unday evenig to take the train
for Oklahoma City to resume their
Perry Lonigsn and wife entertain-
ed I he Walter Hoskins family,
Grandpa Kdwards of Indiahoma and
I* rank Edwards and family of Law-
ton to Thanksgiving dinner.
Mr. and Mrs, Jantes Jared gave a
dinner last Monday in honor of their
thirty-fifth wedding anniversity.
among those present were C. H.
Jared and family and Dale Murry
and wife. A very enjoyable time
vas spent. Mrs Jared received fl
number of nice presents.
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Purcell, I. O. The Kiel Record (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 2, 1915, newspaper, December 2, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc103046/m1/1/: accessed February 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.