The Kiel Record (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 2, 1915 Page: 2 of 4
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THE KJ E1, RECORD
THE KIEL RECORD
I. O. Purcell, Editor
Published every Thursday .'it our |
office in Kiel, Kingfisher County,!
One year, in advance $1.00
Single copy 5c
Mountain Sheep Hold .Record.
The American mountain >neep aw
tne "rc;i! :rapoi's .11 n< 'r.u.
"I heard that j dik u . rd nvner
out West uad .1 plan i.< in.. <it> rult
workers. '1 auppoai II 11. M would
call tbum nit: apple ui
Entered as second-class mail
hiatter October 21. 1916, at the
post office at Kiel, ' )klahma, un-
der the act of March 3, IN"!).
Thursday, December 2, i: i5
Michel Angelo's Start.
Michael Angolo hoRan his career by
burying In the earth a statue which
lie carved, and thus turning it Into a
Kiel needs some more
'residences badly—who will
Late one evening this
week we saw a young man
kiss his lady friend good
night. It is evident that, at
least some of Kiel people
don't think very much of the
Scientist who suggested pat-
ting the young lady on the
hand to replace the kiss, to
keep from spreading disease.
We would suggest that
some of the people of Kiel
observe Thanksgiving as a
"fast-day" and not a "feast
'day" foi we saw several that
looked as though they were
suffering badly from the ef-
fects. All hogs don't have
Last week on the streets
of Kiel we saw a young lady
and gt-ni.lemen who looked
sick but, had you of -e n how
they were loving each other
a couple of hours before you
woWl easily understand the
"Some folks,' said t'nclo Kbon
makes common politeness iook like
guch hard work dat it aln no com
piiment to nobody.
CheorfulneBs is like money well ox-
pendod ill charity—the more we dis-
pense of it Uie greater our possessions
Make the Best of F-vc-ything.
In lifo, as in whist, hope nothing
from the way the cards may be dealt
you. Flay the cards. whatever thoy
be, to the best of your skill.—Bulwer.
"Is aviation an expensive profession
to follow?" "Well, I should think it
would come under tho iiead ot ihe cost
of high living."
:THt CHEERFUL CltERi/5
I evening, y- V?
: It's very ' , /I
' Dvt lve. dorNCL it beiore.
| 7jjr\d 111 d.o it
S A full rwoors t.rfec'ks
Personal influence Counts.
The only responsibility ilia; > :nan
cannot evade in fills life ;s In jne
he thinks of 'east—his personal inUu-
Consolation For Freckled.
Nature's plain and unadulterated
freckles taste Better in a kiss than
rouge ana baby powder manufactur-
ed in a millionaire sweat shop! —
"Zlm, in Cartoons Magazine.
"I've got the best memory of any-
body in the community!" triumphantly
cackled old Uncle Tottorly. "Why, J
can remember things on' most every-
body 'round here that they wish I'd
8ho Hadn't Heard of It
Summer Visitor at Farmhouse (to old
lady) "Your son, I understand, is t
pedagogue." Old Lady—"I guess not
unless it happened lately. When h«
writ mo lust month, he as teaching
school and doin right smart. 1
Ibiien s Poc- Pathology.
The _,ance cakes j. ail out ot lb-
Ben n seriously questioning the truth
of the theme of nis "Ghosts. it
doubti ry much whether such eases
as the- 'if Oswald, .n wnich the aw
till disease is Inherited, are anything
buf terrible -xeeptlons instead :>■
ing typical as Ibsen would nave
A whit, j.ep-in ;
i .i r.
in aiam inn • hi n >no lies ■
funeral grander than that acooruec
to nrine.T. vi• 1 m -i -sts .iilciat.
aim Uiiiiisandn of devout -lamesi- ,nuii
and women follow the Jeeeased ani-
mal to the *rave. Jewels i"'t otterlnj::.-
fepresentii): /u.-a wealth are . urieu
with mo elephant
Inspiration .s tne som oi achieve-
ment the prima, motive oi creation
the beginning ot masterpiece.—Se-
Worth While Quotation.
Wealth cannot purchase m> great
private solace or onveni' iiee itiches
inly the means of aociaiity.—
Henry D. Thoreau.
GO TO THE
Chili and Lunch
Hot and Cold Drinks
Candies, Cigars and Tobacco
Medicines and ©rugs
FRANK KIEFEiL Prop,
Value ot Businesc.
There is no uetter eauast for keep-
ing iiie uiinu steaaj on its keel, and
saving it irom all risk ot crankiness,
Fish Lack Brains.
If fishes knew enough to live in
the ground instead of the water thoy
could got all the worms thoy wanted
without hooks in them.
Had Taken -Some Time.
Edith "Miss Oldgiri says she has
Just roacherl the marriageable age.'
Marie—"You don't say. wonder what
delayed her."—Boston Transcript.
Blessings may appear under the
shape of pains, losses and disappoint
mentB, but iet him nave patience anc
he will see them in their proper tig
Conscience and Lovo.
To make c onscience tolerable, love
should no thrown 'round Con-
science is the 'rami >: character mo
love is the covering :or it.—ilenry
"You will admit that Mrr Plane has
a lovely disposition?" "Yes," replied
Miss Cayenne. 'She realizes that sh«
isn't handsome enough to ho able tc
get on without one."
Largest English Oak.
The largest oak tree now left stand-
ing in England Is "Cowthorpe's Oak,"
which la 78 feet in circumference at
the ground. The oldest tree in Brit-
ain is Parliamentary oak, in Clipstone
park, London, which is known to be
1,500 years old.
Life as It Really is.
Anyone can carry his burden, how-
ever heavy, till nightfall. Anyone can
;lo his work, however hard, for one
day. Anyone can live sweetly, pa-
tiently, lovingly, purely, till the sun
goes down. And that Ir ail that life
ever eally means -Robert Louis
Kevenue From Salt.
The taxation of salt as a source of
national revenue is common to many
countries. There are '.on eounh -s
in the woria, namely, Austria-Hun-
gary, China, Greece India, italy,
iapan, Roiunanla, Serbia Switzerland
aim I'm !••--. where government salt
aie dr.--. ine ot d
.1 uiu ,-ountry wei
une oi dei; nsi won
dl ttn :iavj. When :i mans inarnoi .
it's usi. uy cue telephone ine, by
win-l; :ic irit-s to square hlimxl: •"■'>
fore ne omes home. —Birmingham
Baffling English Names.
We may puzzle our Drains over the
tongue-twisting names which Franco
and Russia have given to some ot
their towns, but England nerself fur-
nishes a tew unite as dazzling as that
of Przemysl. Hurstmonceaux, for in-
stance is pronounced iler-so; Kirk-
cudbright, Kir-coo-breo; Oaventry,
Oantry; i^eomiuster, Lemster, and
All hours day or night
V MN OR SHINE
and Machine Shop
"We Fix Everything"
Gasoline and Oils
GUARANTEED TO BB THE BEST
Tires and Inter-Tubes
Adjustments Made at Home
We Have a Complete Line of
£. k, INELSON
Good Stock Building Malarial
LONG-BELL LUMBER CO.
When in Kingfisher
go TO THE
ELECTRIC TH EATRE
For High Class Motion Pictures
Admission 5 and 10 cents
SHAW MUSIC HOUSE
am 0,1 Terms
SMnkdardf 1" li,.
Makes of « wan Kingfisher i
For a good Clean
Hair Cut and Shave
Try an application of -'Uncle Hiram's" Hair Tonic
The Kiei Record One Year For One Dollar
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OF ALL KINDS
When in Kingfisher
That Busy Photographer
high grade PHOTOS
and does the kind of work
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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/m1/2/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.