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the mmANT Wbuklt News
FRIDAY. NOV. p. .
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L ArtCrAlyAll L '. Sweeten -spent lat Wiilm-s- Rio. Brown preached here Sunday1 The .small daughters of C. D. Por-
Jrt4l UUUf fJUUU' .lav i lit S. I-eo WvroV. afternoon. Hi- m assisted by Bro.'Mi. who huvo been very sick with
flWJWJWcV, ?vl OC-.KSRI ' - ' " Mi utiiinul f i oni IlnrKor. typhoid fever, are improving at this
5'j5S V i V I ',l'' Meiuoual Hospital in Duiutit Inst Miss Maud Damron visited our writing. ,
SI&V$n PltniBKli lli.iru Shi- is doing nicely nftia-l Sunday School .Sundny. Mr and Mi. W, C. Ui-nl, their
55H3&91 I i ;Wv bSSa&R :,p opcioMon ' Mi1-" Florence ("lain of Cnlera vis daughter, Mrs. W I). Lad.l and chil-
&EEfiA I I J 1 f V- jj,, itna i,.,,,,,,,,,., tallt il ti ec.ited hct sister, Mis'. Blanche Cram dreii visited the former's son, John
Mn I 1) .Mii man Friday
FROM DOW MM; CIIM'KI. I ,1 I utgo and ou. Kay Riiglmid.
At last cotton puking has proven Mi- M ntt and daughter, Mis Wil
So lie rt rliinvr of the pit i i.ith-ritiir ni'i and .Innior Tiemhle visited S. I.e
vimu ( over and J ho fanner -nc now n Siunla evening,
pasturing tin- .u.uil fields. We Tom omg and Dovu Savvjei
would certainly appii'ii'iii- a genuine sinpnd then many tni-inN Satiu
cood lain. ns'ovciy tlnrg i- tn-ttimr d iy by being uiuiiicd. The omiuu
iwful dry. ' mty extend cnngintulutton.
.1. I". Daniel u.i- in Cnney Simdn ' Mi-s fame Boyot spent tho week
Mack White and f.miily of IlnIiK-i , end with Mis Nina Williams of High
icinit a the crm t of Vane I'rn vie and attended the Hullovv'tcn
?er Satin day
Luthei Wil-on of Ti .i- i- vitt
mg hi.s mother. Mis. Dellia Miiirioii.
Mrs. Onio Daniel leieived a lettei
Saturday fioni hei son Wade, who
social .it High View.
Mi. and Ml. Mcriitt spent Sun
Idas with Mr. and Mrs. .Ionian.
I Mr Ternll will move to Twelve-
Mile Prairie near Goodman School
brother in-law, John! house We had- to sec them lonvp
Satuiday nlfiht. Ileal of Thoinuo Chapel Sunday.
Mrs. Harper pive u sinyintr S.it- Mr. N. A. Duinan.is ill at this
ui day ni:ht which was well atti-ndid unttnjr with the small pox.
and veiy much enjoyed. .Nina Uadd sjient Sunday with Myt-
Mi and Mis. Alva Mnlculm and tl- Younc .
Miiall son, liillic and Miis Blamhe Seeial fioni here attended the
("nun went to Colbeit Snturdayafter- basket ball ciiiiie between .Mead and
noon. Miimrtown Friday nicht. StriiiKtowu
l.illiali l!loer spent the week-end win defeatul by a scoie of 20 to 8.
with home folks in Mead. .Mr. I. ('. Sonw right and family
.Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Davis motoied were huMne'ss vi-ilors in Durant Kii-
to Iitirant Saturday. day
Walter Iiishop, Vonnie Breeie, Mi and Mis. Kd ICrringtnn and
Kdith West and Claud Iiishop weie family of Kenefick visited Mis. hr
fini'iit' oi liluiii. Teva- He states
That Mi. Greene iettainl has some
fine cotton and that he has already
utheied ' Ii.iIim and has I mole to
pick. He also tells hi mother of his
record bie'iMni; in lotton nickinir. he
jucked and weiuhed in one day .".7
IsuU'helinK -i ems to ln the m del of i liell.
vhe day. I Mr
Mrs. I'. .1 Itay would have h.ippen-
til to a fatal ncinleiit r riilay If she
had not been master of her enemy
.is she was ptcpaiinj; dinner her
clothes i aught on file, but she put
out the flames befoio shf leceived
any serious bums. Kveijbody should
he cuutioiis towaid file, especially
the house wives.
There was a large ciowd present
.it the pie supper Saturday night, but
the writer failed to learn what the
proceeds were. There were several
speaker who spoke in behalf of
.lack Walton candidate for Governor,
-imong them were Cyclone Baker, Otis
Preston and several others who.se
names wo failed to learn. Mrs Will
Hamilton of Holder vicinity wbs the
jruest of Mrs. Kny Sunday afternoon.
Mr. N. Daniel is spending n few
days near Voca this week.
C. J. Ray attended the I. O. O. F.
Iodgc at Caddo Saturday night.
Misses Uuby Daniel and Nancy
Austin visited near Caney Sunday..
Mr. Claud Austin and family spent
Sunday with his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. C. r. Ausfin.
Mrs. C. C. Austin and son, John
timed with Mrs. Daniel Sunday night.
Mrs. Dellia Morrison was out cheer
ing the sick Sunday afternoon.
I. Taylor won the rake as being the
ugliest one piesent Saturday night
Several men from here went to
Muytulihx MoiiiI.in, wheic thev were
assisted by others of that communi-j
ty in lebuilding Mi
Mrs Jim l.ee and Mij. Tremble
spent Saturday evening with Mm.
Mm man and Mrs. Tune, and Miss
Kannie called Monday morning to see
(iann ( ampbell spent Sunday
with hei sou's family, Mr. Jim Camp-
S. I'o Wyre and wife spent
last humi.iy at the ilkerson home.
Lester I.ee Wyie spent Sunday with
F. I.. U. was well attended Friday
Many from this neighborhood spent
Satuiday in Durant to hear the.
Nellie Neal and May Wilson at
tended Sunday School at Lone Oak
Mrs. Norman Merritt went to Mn
dill Saturday to visit her parents.
John Rincheart and cousin, Mr.
Guntcr who was shot In their hands
are doing as well as could be ex
pected. Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer gave a dinner
Sunday to BIr. and Mrs. Tom Young
and their friends.
FROM OLD ALLISON
There is to be n pie supper at the
school house Friday night for the
purpose of raising money for Bro.
Wood. He has only a few members
here and they have not been ablo to
make un $50.00 for his year's work
Irn Horton and Houston Bcaubicn
camo out home for the week-end.
Mrs. Jack Brown and family of
Durant are visiting relatives here.
Mrs. Watts is expected in this
Mrs. llurrage's arm is some better
Mrs. Shope is visiting her sister.
I'ted Jones' Mrs. Heaubien of Durant.
I Mi and Mrs. Anders were shop
ping in mi rum, saiuntay.
FROM VKU'H GROVE ,nr'-'r "d family and her
r a i,. ..i f.,,i,. t. ... !.. i m!'rned daughter, Mrs. Creecy made
..oUMhe'isorTYli s;;;!!-," ,1 tri tn I,u-
.....V ..U.U.W..J .
.Mr. Chestnut anived at home Sun-
y ";',. rr', l'' :.,v "'!'.f'- .m n MP
n st of his boii-eliold fuiiiituie to
Tuiitnu He l-.i- len'ed for 1S2'!
Miss ii,. ituell of Dui.int was tin
S'lu t of Mi tti-1 Mi-. Mm tun Sun
M I' Stilw.ll toil t''iniil visited
I!. II. Stilu.l! an I
H'ikiliit'i tioii S.ituiiliy to Monih.
11. I! nmdei is Miting llis pai
ents iii.ii Hon .ton. Te.i-.
Ml. ami Mi Mu- I am were the
guest. ,,f ( li.ul,.- Teilli!eto!i of Du
m"t SatuidaN ind Suiida
(Jlllti' a iiiuebei of the ommiinity
ittendid the Ubiu puaile S'lltmlay
Ml. Sh:i' nl S I' N' i nine out
Tui sdav : ml a-si-ted the boys in io;e
makini' The boys -lie busy every
noon liniii int in iking mpe for
.Miss Earnest Crow ell is doing fine
with her woik. She teaches two
hours a day and leceives SC,.r0 for
her days work.
Messr-i. King and Horton made a
V" i bosine-s trip to Durant Thur-day.
.'.'."V1 .f -'mi Watts and family will move to
i ( offee Ilenil. where they will farm
next jear. Mr. Jack Hea"id and fam
ilv will moe on the place vacated by
Mis. George llutney was in Duiant
sbotipiiig ?at Saturday.
Tonie Hull is reported to be no
b.'ttei They think he will hae to
he operatid on.
(I,n em i Cobb had a very seiious
iiiiideut hippeil to him last week. A
forse fell with him, crushing his
i foi i head badly and al..o broke his
heie Sunday afternoon
Vasta Stapp is spending a few days
with hei Grandmother, Mrs. Poiter of
limrton's parents. Mr and Mr-. ,1.
S. Slaten, the week-end.
Mr. Hampton, father of Mrs. W. F.
Taller, was laid to rest in the Silo
Floui Hayes and Hill Thomn-on cemetery Sunday afternoon, abo a
weie united in marnage Tuesday. small baby of Mr. George Tatum.
II. P. James and sons, Guy and Vonnie "Hrei-ie spent Monday niyht
Kenneth were in Durant Saturday. with Maggie Nichol.-on.
Olive Ilridges is on the sick list. Mr and Mrs. J. T. Cates visit d
Ix-e Davis was among the Durant their daughter. Mrs. Hefiner of
visitois Satuiduy. Thomas Chapel, one day last week.
Pauline Jinkiu- was heie Sundav Mr. and Mrs. Dave Crowley and
night. " daughter, Ruby of Pleasant Hill vis-
.vir. aim .us snarp motorec to ited in the home of A. K. Cates Hun-
Blanche Crain was the guest of
Ida Collins Sunday evening.
Unura Venable was vuiiting
Blanche Davis Sunday evening.
Johnson Austin went to Mead Sat
Chester Davis was In Durant Saturday.
i I.ettye and Emjly Nicholson spent
I Sundny afternoon with Vernie Brecre.
Gaines Austin spent Monday in Si
llo. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Beal were in
Dr. and Mrs. Austin of Mead were
I in Sjlo Monday.
i Mr. nnd Mrs. W. I). Defer are re
joicing over the arrival of a fine baby
i boy, born October the 19th. Mother
i and baby doing nicely.
ITEMS FROM PRITCIIARI)
Pritchard has one of the finest
.schools in the county this venr.
8n'In!!!in?,J?iMm2!l,i " ? tS?6 ""EMS FROM COLBERT
Saturday night nnd Sunday with II. ., . ,. . . , ,
B. Toon and family near Banty. Tl? Christian Endeavor held n
Ola York spent Sunday with Eos-. n;e0,JnK PabyUrinn church
sie Meadows Monday night. They were entcrtain-
Sunday School every Sunday morn-! ed,,Vy vi"itorr from Duront. .
ing at 10 o'clock. Everybody is in- L .'ma" Thomas made a business
vitcd to come nnd bring some one tr'p,.to Durant last Friday,
with you "lfs Anna Ausley spent the weck-
J. A. Browning, Will Ferguson and cn& ,with hT?me holks a Sa,erB;
II. B. Toon left Sunday for the . Tu,moB? H0""?" was m Durant on
mountains to spend a few days hunt- bulw?ss ia F5da,y,ii. i
jng Mr. and Mrs. R. L. W aybourn were
Neoma and Ruby L. Pcarcc spent ""Pi'-nP in Durant Inst. week.
Sunday evening with Bessie Mead- M'ss Lucile Sommerfield of Deni-
nun hus ukvh iieie isiiiii) itiis i,eim
Miss Yeiser has friends here visit
ing her this week from Kansas City.
The rain Tuesday knocked us out
of most of the fun we had planned
R. E. Borah made a business trip
evening on the' J. D. Hull farm losing '"."""i Snt"r,ly- . . ,
some hay Little Fred Graham is sick at this
Mr. and Mrs. S. Miller, Mr. and w.lit.inK- He is reported to have diph-
Mrs. Raymond Miller went to Cnddo thV.""- , ,, . . . .
Wednesday ',ss '"''" Murray entertained a
Mr.s.T.'l). Peaice spent Monday M fril'mI' al her home Tuesday
evening with Mrs. John Simmons. " "'v'' ,,.,,, , ,. , .
There will be a pie supper given , UV MhKr .Mas',n f V,uranl hus
at the school house Saturday night ,,l"l'n ,u'"' vs,t,nK homo Mk-
for the benefit of the Sunday School
aim everyone is cordially invited to
come and bring a pie.
Dahlia Gregory from Oklahoma
( ity is visiting home folks this week
Mr. and Mrs. John York and daugh
ter Mary from Wade spent Fridav
night with their daughter, Ola who
is the primary teacher in this school.
Jewel McPherson spent Tuesdav
night with Ncomn Pearce.
Joe Mauldin s barn burned Tuesday
Mrs. r.A Fol-om from near Banty ' M A NThi LO PLAYERS
was in this vicinity Tuesday. M MM USILiU fU11 MIO
1 4 TT ,. I '.
i.. .. uamucon made a ousins
trip to Caddo Thursday.
D. CROSBY. Agent
36 West Main
aim. He showed no mjth 0f impiove-
' Mis. Annie Grant is moving to Du
rant. She will nut a boarding house
on a small scale.
Mis. Hall and grandchildren. Oleta
Cobb and Chat lino Thomason were in
School started Monday, this week,
with n very smull attendance.
Mr. and Mis M. MrHiide and
dauullti'i. Miss Movie lie fioni Coop
er, Te.is iv en the giie-ts of Mr. and
Mi. Cniuilei fiom Tliiiisiiay until
Mrs. Mi I!i uli w a daughter of Mr.
Rev. A. It. Cuiiir of Durant vis
ited our s, him Thursday moining.
He nnnouiiieil that he would meet
Sunday. (M !!: at the school house
fit 10 oMoik for the pill pose of or
vaniing Siini'.i.v Sehool. Mr. Craig
will iibo nie.oli for us at eleven
o'clock. We me all delighted to wel
eome Mr i"inic He was with us in
Sunda S houl work and pleaching
a yea i am.
Ji'si-e Robiti-iiu of Dmant was the
guest of Jes-e Iviivkendall Satunlay
VHiiur i;ilss, ii visiied hi- uncle W i so soon.
V. Itllssell im t of Diiiniit I'oikjiT.iv S J. It. T.iut.. Ii. timt tlw, ! .fj.riii,...
Mis, Ilonak-i's mother. Mis. Tim-1 Sunday morning of falling fiom the
bet hike li.i - I n i in bed foi a week "or. h am! badly Hitting his mouth
with Giip. Il i. inputted that she Js I Russell l.imbeit and Jim Rider of
now some bet lei. i Robert.i attended Sundav School,
Most of the crops in our vicinity
have been gathered, but the peanuts
have not been threshed.
.Miss Carrie Boyet of Lone Onk
was the guest of Mjss Nema Wil
liams .Saturday night J
Til.. ll'lll,.,. ..,. ..,.-. 11 ..I !
... .......... ,,i. i.i(... nn-. ii- .11
tended Satuiday night, but the
"gho-ts" weie afiaid to ventuie nut
A NEW GARAGE
This week John YV. Trout from Sherman, Texas an
expert motor mechanic, and electrician, has opened a Ga
rage in the rear of the building formerly occupied by the
Downs Motor Co.
The business will be styled the JOHN W. TROUT GA
RAGE. All kinds of Ignition, Starting Motor and Generator
work will be done as well as general repairs. Likewise a
line of accessories will be handled.
Those wishing expert electrical service, or repairs
should see Us our prices are RIGHT.
JOHN W. TROUT GARAGE
107 North Third Avenue 'Phone 44G
ll'EMS FROM FTICV
Dick Seal went to the mountains
Thursday iniompaiiied by Alvin
Lynch and I J Haddock to get nine
lumber to n build. W. 1" Fauell is
doing the (.iipentir woik.
Mrs. A. J Fauell who has boon
ill for some time is gieatly impioved.
W. I). Met low an and wife motored
1o Duiant Saturday.
.Miss Imiiiii i lliy.int and Mi.
.Miss r.miiu iiiv.im and Miss' "'.'" mine i" .-mnu.i.v .
Clytie MiCalib attended the pie sUp-m't Si'ml'iy afternoon at 2:30
per at Yuba Fiiihv night. Thev were! u" ,mv'' t,u ,l0U,,p ful1 onco 'n(1
The fin t v given by Mr Un hard
Thomiisim Friday night was well at
'I'TiiIed and enjojed by all pre-ent.
Mi. and Mrs. Milligan and children
if Celina. Texas were the guests of
Mi. and Mrs. J. iten Lewis Saturday.
The Proti acted meeting did not
stmt Sunduy, as was announced, be
cause the preacher was unable to
Everyone come to Sunday School
he guest- of Miss Essie I .owls.
Hoi-n to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bear
morning, a I'.uiy iiov lie
ITEMS FROM I'INCHKR
ThiTi' u;i plimv.li In- Cii.t.l.,1.
, ... iii .. i .'.. I ""- -ll-l t'C(ltlltl
s imii io re-1. in ttie .Mimny ceim- night. , llro. Woods of Blue conduct
lery bnday afleinoon. The mother ed the services. There was a large
nnmr, .r.,f .....11 li. i .
. ......,,, luj mn. lauenoaiuc
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hradfoid of Roberta
attended church here Tin-day night.
Mis Ada Patterson was the guest
of Mrs. Sonlth Wright Friday night.
Mr. nnd Mrs. .Tody Wells served
tinner to Miss Ada nnd Edna May
After several weeks ht'iv with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. C Pound,
Mrs. Willis Welter returned to her
Mr. and Mrs. Dock Dillingham
'erved dinner to Mr. nnd Mrs. L. J.
Sanders. Mrs. Henrietta Hush, Mrs.
Veda Conditt, Mrs. Senith Wright
and daughter, Gladys Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Sam Wright were
the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. A A.
Ellis Saturday night.
Silas Lewis of Broken Bow is vis
iting his brother. Solomnn lovvis.
Mrs. Jessie Self was in Durant.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Solomnn Lewis enter
tained tho young folks with a Hnl
low'een party Tuesday night.
Mr. Howard Willis and Henry Wil
Isins went to Bennington Inst Sunday.
Susie Willis and Lena Terrell were
in lit tea last Saturday afternoon.
Abe Smith nnd family and Will
Self wore Rokchito visitors Satur
day. Tho Sabbath School is improving
Prayer meeting crory Sunday
night. Everybody come and bring
A. ' IIMtl
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VOTE FOR A. A. KELLY
0th JUDICIAL DISTRICT, Bryan nnd Marshall Counties
He stands for good citizenship, clean politics, and enforcement of tho
Your rote for hira on November 7th, will be appreciated
FROM LAKE WEST
H. I,. Gosa wus in Texas Monday
and Tuesday of this week.
Miss Alpha Latish was shopping in
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mortun of Crow
der Springs has moved to our com
munity, which wo tire very glad to
George and Carmond Mynatt left
for Texas where they will engage in
Mr. nnd Mrs. It. M. Pyburn has
lottimod home fiom Itockexten,
.Mr. and Mrs. Frank Billy. Mr. and
Mrs. U't Billy motored to Coalgate
Arthur McCann was in Durant
Joe Mugouirk und wife, Cure Mag
ouirk and wifes and Mrs. Ernest Rob
ei tson motored to Bonham Saturday.
Hon. George F. Deck of Durant
and Mr. McCurlcy of Bokchito made
a talk heie Thursday night.
Marcus Lanoy, Pearl and Cyril
Mugouirk attended the Frce-Will-Baptist
association at Shady Grove
Mr. II. 1.. Gos.s has been on the
sick list the lntter pait of the week.
Mis.s Maiy McClure left Friday for
Gianite where she will attenil school
.Mr. ami Mrs. Ed Mynatt visited
her lelutives near Honey Grove,
Mr. and Mrs. Gibson spent Satur
day night with Bill Morton and fam
ily. Clyde Johnston of Deport, Texas
visited his father, S. M. Johnston
l.ist Sunday at 3 p. m. the 13 B.
Y. P. U. from Durant gave a program
at the Bastist church. A large crowd
attended and all enjoyed the good
talks, solos nnd reading. The Saxa
phone .solo was especially appreciated.
Judge and Mrs. Murphy motored
to Durant Tuesduy to hear Walton
The Baptist revival is still in pro
gress and those who attended are
hearing some good sermons and good
sound gospel thtiths.
Last Sunday night at the close of
the service about thirty Ku Klux
Klan entered tho church, marched up
the aisle and one of their members
made a talk telling what they stood
for, and after telling the preacher
they would send him a donation the
next day, asked him to lead them in
prayer then disappeared as silently
as they came.
Mrs. Reed of Bonham, Texas spent
the week-end with Mr. Red .,
tended the mectlmr MU nd
Tho social given bv t, . .
last Fridav nhJh .. IJ tcl
.l.. ',-; --- ."" quiic n ,,.
.1"".,,'"y. ?"!cn y the foe,,-
rc"" X "STSf. cni:ed hJaJ
;W,1 tern "l"'' viub- A bj
Rev. .T. W. r.r t..r. . . ..
to visit his' childrt-n tBuTL'
He will be gone about a vveck.Urn
in iiiiiii1-! in rnit v . it
joyed a pleasant hour at the" M,l
u . ' "'"'. Janies Grc
as hostess. Much merriment v
caused over u v,.irnt,,l,i.. . .
which Mrs. M,pn .l"!K?"
-.- --... vvui ivirr nil
th blue ribbon. pAfmuU. .
served and all went home happl
for this pleasant association. I
... r; 'nr " 0.mcK w "'"ng tl
Want to sell or trade equity in la
acre levei uibck iana larm, 100 acr
in cultivation, wen improved
hard-surfneeil hlcliwnv win
rredit to resnnnsibla nntf.. ' n
Houghton, Durant, Oklahoma. 43 nJ
Trades Day at Yarnaby, Novcmb
4. unng someimng to sell or
FOR RENT 2 good farms, one l
acres, as nines irom Bokchito, 1
other 400 acres, with 2f)n nnnm i.
ed. S. E. of Ttenninafnn A .
proposition for tho right men. Wrl
I'aut i. Minion, MCAiester, Okla. I
I'nD OllP 1I7I11 lJ. tin
...nil ItMnmhul ln.1,1 1 1 .ll.. u i
"en iuiiiuitu lunut w iiiuua ng
Ui vuiiiuiii jriii uiuug ijiccil lUvfl
(no overflows,) and 60 head of cal
cict uiiiiiuiiu imiKc vi rem jar
!, Tm. . Dtol.,,vw muni. V.
Ill AJ.jrui v A tviwu. I.UUII.J,
cumbrance no objection. Judge
i,. Williams, iuusKogec. un
LOST on detour between Nida
Martin's Store. 1 large black bill I
containing valuable papers, but i
money. Under return to J. A. S
Reynolds Hotel, Durant. Suitable i
FOR SALE 60 acres sandy loam i
in cultivation. House, barn.
well. L. W. Walters, Wapanucl
J, W. LEVINE
Lion Brand Work Shoes for Men and Boys. Best work
shoe made to dav. Ask to see No. 75x, 130, 708, 961
Prices $3.50 to $j;85
Youth's Mahogany side, Calf, Half Double sole, McKay
Rubber Heel, Copper tip, sizes 9 to 13 1-2, price $2.00
Girl's Brown Shoes, Rubber Heel, sizes 8 1-2 to 2 $2.00
Men's Heavy Drab Corduroy Blanket Lined Coats $1.75
Mcr.'.-s H-uvy Flannel Shirts, Khaki, dark Green and
Wool Shirts . .. .00
Lots of Neckties 3ac
Children's extra heavy Unionsuits 4 to 16 c
We have a lot of close-out Dress Hats, worth up to $5.00
See them on table $2M
Also a full line of Staple Hats, Sanam, Carlsbad and
Dakota. Columbia. : $2.50 to $.',.00
132 MAIN STREET
Vote For Lai H. Lutes
LAT H. LUTES, Republican candidate for Rep
resentative of Bryan County, has been a resident of
Bokchito, Oklahoma, for the past fourteen years.
We have known Lat these many years and
through his honest dealings with the farmers, and
public in general, we recognize in him a man well
qualified for the office which he seeks.
He is ready at all times to offer his service for
the religious, educational, social and commercial
betterment of his town and community. We know
that he will be an honest representative of all the
people of this county. He is not bound by any clique
or political bosses, but is familiar with the needs of
the people of this county and if elected will serve
them with credit and distinction.
One opponent on the Democratic ticket has been
a lifelong Republican. The other opponent has been
a lifelong Socialist, and two years ago he was a can
didate on the Socialist ticket, for the same office ho
now soeks on the Democratic ticket.
We solicit for Lat H. Lutes the votes of all the
people who stand for Constitutional Government and
the rights of all the people. A vote for him on Nov
ember seventh will be a vote for a genuine represen
tative of all the people of Bryan County.
Contributed by Friends of Lat H. Lutes.