The Kiel Record (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 2, 1915 Page: 3 of 4
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You Can't Buy Belter G
Than You Can
or Any More For
Get at Our Store
Blankets of all Kinds
Size 46x74 Blankets, per pair 85c
Size 64x84 Blankets, per pair $1.25
Size 70x80 Blankets, per pair 1.50
Size 72x78 Blankets, per pair... 2.25
Extra Large Size and Heavy, price $1.50 to $2.00
Boys and Girls School Shoes
They look good and wear well
Ranging in price from $1.35 to $2.75
Men's Work Shoes
Wehandle the kind that stands the tes:, buy a pair and be convinced
Price per pair, $3.00 to $3.75
Size 10, Ideal, for . .$5.50
Size 12, Ideal, for 9.50
Size 14, Ideal, for 11.00
Size 16, Ideal, for 12. 0
Size 14, Wyeth, for 15.0i
We Pay the Highest Market Price for Produce
Personal and Local
Grade cards for sale at the Record
J. B. and J. C. Schafer had busi-
hess at the county-seat last Friday.
Chas, Kiefer and F. VI. Long went
to Dover. Friday in the latter's car
When in Kingfisher make our store
.your headquarters. ShaW Music
Mr. and Mrs John Wahling enter-
tained the Wahling families Thanks-
Dan Lee and family returned to
their home at Frederick, Okla after
a two weeks stay here.
Henry Kahre r. nt Thursday eve-
ning at Dover also lilmer Og]\ Seaf
Brinckmeyer and I awrcnce Ogle.
FOUND .in auto tag, number
'4317. Owner may have same by
' ailing at this office and paying for
Mrs. S. S Smith and children're-
turned to their home at ache Okla.
'ast Thursday, after receiving treat-
ment at the Sanitarium.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M W. Jordan
had as guests Thanksgiving Mr and
Mrs. Walter Duncan and Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Jordan.
' "Chas. Gill and wife made a trip to
Dr. E. A. Boone Spent last Thurs-
day at Kingfisher.
R, E. Weimer had business at the
Mrs. J. N, Wilczek and son spent
Thanksgiving with her daughter,
Mrs. Bernsten of Okarche.
Mrs. Anna -.oetter and children
spent Thank: giving with her son,
Mr. and Mrs. John Koetter.
Dr. A. Dixon and wife and B. W.
VanHorn and wife motored to King-
fisher Friday evening and while there
attended the Electric Theatre.
LOST—Motorcycle tag number
845, between Kiel and Jake Dane's
farm 8 miles southeast. Finder
p'ease leave same at this office or
with Lawrence Jordan.
A letter from C. M. Landaker in-
forms us that his family is now at
Salem Oregon. He has many friends
here who would appreciate hearing
from him, so lets hope he will write
us a letter for publication.
Mrs. Frank Kiefer and children
al3o Mrs. John Koetter visited with
Grandma Kiefer last Sunday.
R. E. Weimer Srid family accom-
panied by Mrs G. i. -troi: motored
to Kingfi-her, u-nday via the Dodge.
FOR S ' LK good 240 acrc farm
1 10 acred in pasture, 100 acres in
cultivation. Price only $2,800.00.
See E. A Nelson.
A. B. ^ an tee had quite a car full
Sunday, bound for the county-seat,
Ora Santee, Herald McDowell. Roy
Lonigan, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter
E A Nelson and wife motored to
Hennessey, Sunday to visit the lat
ter's parents. They were accom-
panied home by their daughter. Miss
F. M. Long and wife took Roy
Spradlin to Kingfisher to take the
train for Enid, Saturday. Roy
has been visiting his sister Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Musselman en
tertained Rev. Holmes and family.
Rev. C. O. Wiggins and family, A.
B. Santee and family and S. F. Wier
E. A. Nelson sold his Ford to Dale
Murray last Monday.
John Maxwell spent Sunday at the
home of his brother, Clarence Max-
Addie and Herman Koetter spent
an evening last week at the Stucki
Mrs. G. J. Stroh spent Thanksgiv-
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Ed Herod spent Thanksgiving at
the home of his parents, Rev. and
Mrs. R. C. Herod.
Rob. Hamil and family spent
Thaksgivirg at the homeof his wife's
parents, Nt,' Paulson.
G. I. Matthews motored to Dover
and Kingfisher, Wednesday of lust
week looking after farm loans.
Quite a number from Kiel and
vi "inily have been :i:.tending the sai 1
of school binds ai the county-seat
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hamil spent
Thanksgiving at the home of the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Mi. and Mrs. J. T. Young and Mr.
and Mr;-,. , loyd Young spent. Thanks-
giving at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
L. M. Young.
Miss Bertha Foutz left, last Wed-
nesday for Hitchcock to spend over
Thanksgiving with home folks and
Miss Alma and Lawrence Vogel
and Henry Kahre spent Friday eve-
ning with Dorothy Nelson playing
rook until a very late hour.
Fresh and Salt
Local Agent For The
A Car ot the People, by the People, tor the
Ask The Man Who Knows
F. M. Long made a trip to the
county-seat last Thursday and was
accompanied by Frank Kiefer who
had some business to look after and
Prof. Viets to take the train for
Oklahoma City and the Recokd man
who spent Thanksgiving with his
A number of young people from
Kiel and vicinity went to Dover,
Thanksgiving evening to a dance.
They report a good time and expect
to attend the next one,
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ogle enter-
tained the following guests Thanks-
giving, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Chalker,
Mr and Mrs. Fran': Ogle and Mrs.
S. E. Glazier and family.
Mrs. C. C. Smith returned from
spending Thanksgiving with her
daughter at Hennessey, stoping at
Kingfisher, Sunday and spent the
dav with Mr and Mrs. Earl Gulker.
For Ten Yfears The Leading
Hide and Fur
There'® a Reason
KIEL, - OKLAHOMA
For Less Money
When in Kingfisher
Make Our Store Your Headquarters
SANDEFUR & MARLEY
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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/m1/3/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.