The Llano News. (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 13, 1928 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LLANO NEWS, LLANO TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13, 192.4.
The Llano News
Entered in the Llano lv+t Office *:s s>e<oi:d ’las-
lo.tJ.ij naallcr tX.tr the Act ol t (digress of lhih.
]' t ned on Thursday of each week
J-ty COLLINS & COLLINS
Some three months and Christinas will he with j
s oi.. e more. .lust a little while, and you will hear
the old famiLar admonition. “Do your Christinas
s: ■? ii.g early.
it 's rattier ; rd to aco |»i .Hr - -ate at every turn ;
1 :.1 ...id . S'... • fight a,rah:-:; laws of nature.
Vo r" t ; at ail <i:rt< s a. d und< r all circum-
stances is . i citer than '.ltd fault with e.ver\ •
SCliSClUPTlON JN ADVANCE
One Year---------------------------------^’accept th
Months .......................-....... -75 ! ^
: 1 < , ■ ■-ny that eoines onr way. To smile and
orise<4uenees meal s a happy life in the
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They had a great time up in Dallas the first or not j)Ut’wav(. a hand and say you'are. That
the work, t >■ n if Tom Love did tad to win out. I . • k-nd 0f a k(, wjjj n(}Ver hurt. To make the world
truth of th< matter :s that Texas is a democratic am) ()),tu,r j8 tj,e mission of everyone, and
state and all the forces of political arguments caujtho man who fftUs to do hj8 be8t jn this regard is
not change the old Empire front the beaten path that j fal|jng sh„rt of a noble purpose and wrecking his
it has known so long. J mvn ]jfe s,t the same time. 5 I
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If Llano counly does not ehfne out at the end ol 1 T}u, vacation season is about over and the days of
the year with flying colors, it will he the fault ol the reaj an. upon lls. Of course some of us did not
citizenship and not the country. Everything points t 1}ja( ViUiltion, hut, why worry. We were permit-
toward the goal of prospei :ty,' and there is going to; J(Mj t() roinajn jn fhe grandest country on earth and
he a grand harvest if we will hut put forth sufficient i < ;()y 1jH, 0(„npanion8hip of friends. There is al- J
efforts to gather in the good things which will he; v ^ ; J)V c.(in(.iusj0n in almost any situation if,
offered us. i W(. wj;j |,ut only find it.
For the Week!
at Uane’s Leading Food Store
Their' is no town tin* site ot tL.s one in Texas that >
can boast, of better public school advantages than
S< UK ol the politicians arc aheady beginning to,
. howl about the State budget growing from year to
Llano offers. Our schools are our biggest asset. J Whet do they expect / Texas is growing all
Let’s speak a good word for them win never the op-C _ v.h;]<i ..J1(| it wouk] 1>(. i(]|(, folly to think for a !
port unity is afforded. Better schools always mean .}lal i1s government can he operated upon
i the budget appropriate)! some ten years ago. lake
| for instance our highway system. Twenty years
■ hack and we hardly knew what a good road was.
-o---- ; Today Texas is paying out millions each year upon
We continue to have plenty of hot weather, es- its highways, and who would turn hack to the old
pecially during the day. hut almost before we are roads of stumps, rocks and mud holes. Some people
aware of the fact, a good old Texas norther is going thrive upon kicking, and like the Kentucky mule,
to come blowing over and then we will he able to „re ready 1" kick at the moon, if through such means
eay that “the frost is on the pumpkin and the fodder they felt that they might create some discord,
is in the shock. We have enjoyed our full share -o-
a better town. That ’s the mason why we arc living
in the best town and among the last people to he
of warm weather. Why not he glad when tin* winter
bret, t 1 egln to blow.
Ii. speaking of the present political situation only
a few dsr- '• "go, Senator (Hass said: “1 have too
inueu fait i in the integrity of America’s democracy
to believe that my party will ever attempt to break
anv one neiment written into our consitiution.
That sounds like the faith of our fathers. America
was builded upon the principles of democracy. L
Surely Senator Wil- has survived and expanded upon the same principles
then how about a man and will continue to move forward in the same way.
who i annot 1 placed as a vvt nor a dry. a democrat p was Washington, Jefferson, Madison and others
nor a • < j nl-’i an, an American, citizen or the son of who pointed out the path which was made clearer
some other country'.’ Do such D Hows hold for* in through the works of such men as Cleveland and
this land of special opportunities? Let tin spoils of Wilson, consequently, will democracy ever survive,
a political wind blow Lack the truth. “Truth crushed to earth will rise again.
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If you want to save money
chases FOR CASH ONLY,
ads each week,
on your pure
watch for our
American Beauty Flour, per sack
Sugar, IS pounds for
Spuds, per pound
No. 2 Tomatoes, per can
Pork and Beans, per can
It was John Sharp Williams. < x senator from Miss
iauippi. who once said, “I ladieve the lowest creature
who brentln-s life’s healthful air is the man who
has not the moral courage to do right nor the phy-
sical courage to do wrong.
Burns was hitting the truth,
Watkins Mercantile Co,
Llano s Leading Store
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF AD0LES- dismissed Sunday night My Homer H.
ENT SKEPTfCISM Payne, minister of Llano Christian
— — church. His subject will be, "The
"Young people rt ise oueeror.s re!.i- Psychology of Adolescent Skeptic-
tiv« to the teachings <1 the church.ism.*' Sunday morning the sermon
1 hey ask. is God existent and person-subject will be. "The Bible in the Sun-
al, is there heaven, hell and eternalday School." The minister will tell
punishment for sin: are the miracles,of the origin and purpose of the Sun-
the lesurreetion, ascension, salvation day School. He will explain what a
by p. * bona fide phenomena; is graded school is.
them a soul, is it immortal, and may The newly appointed Sunday school
it be saved or lost?" Psychological board, (’has. Milliger, Mrs. Linden Fo*-
leaisoiis for these questions will beter, Mrs. H. G. Wallace, Mrs. E. R.
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-Dr&hs 8C Cos "New YorkN. lc.rH.ing.
hatters, have the uncanny faculty
cf hitting off the swanky style that
cxactlv satisfies the taste of the well-
turned-out man. The picture shows
one of the shapes that is filling the
eye of thf* voi >ng New Yorker. The
fuli range of the Dobbs creations
for Fall are ready—here exclusively.
Foreman and tin* pastor, is making
plans for reorganization of the school.
Sunday, September 30, will be “On
Tirni Day” in the school. The aim is
every tea h : .,nd oilier ;.:.d ninety
per cent of the pupils be on time. The
school opens at 0:45. On this day the
school will be graded and new litera-
ture issued. "The ’purpose of graded
lessons is to m<e? the spiritual needs
oi the pupils in each stage of his i
Sunday, October 7. will be enlist-
i ir.ent day for old members; October j
| 14 enlistment day for new members
! and October L’l rally day in the Sun-
day School, [tally day souvenirs will
I be given to all present,
i Vesper st rvlce each Wednesday
| evening. The minister speaks on the
, subject of Prayer. Next Wednesday
1 the story of the hymn. "Just as 1 am."
i will be told.
M. C. Wilkes, wife, mother and
daughter returned home Sunday from
San Antonio, San Marcos and Austin
when* they have he- a visiting with
1 riends end relatives. Mr. Wilkes was
away from Llano only a few days,
having i one to San Antonio cn a bus-
FOR SALE—Several show cases at
Winkel’s Variety Store. See him.
Mrs. Frank Teich, who has been
visiting with relatives in Los Angeles,
and other California points for the
i major portion of 'he summer returned
1 heme Sunday.
W. H. Roberts and wife returned
home Tuesday from Arizona and New
Mexico where they have been visiting
the past two months.
Mrs. P. M. Casper visited relatives
Gordon Barr, who has been employ-
ed at the Llano Drug Company dur-
| jug the summtr months, will leave the
! latter part of the week for George-
town, where he will enter Southwest-
ern University for another years
im a aULuvANS barber s*cf
Chism Building, North llano
HAIRCUTS 35 Cents
SHAVES 15 Cents
Haircuts (children under school age) 25 Cents
We Solicit Your Patronage With Positive As-
surance of Prompt and Satisfactory Service
and Courteous Treatment
Children over ten yeas of age,
meals -....... 50 cents
Lunches to be sent out. 75 cents
Mrs. Thornton's Boarding Houses.
Wait for the opening of Winkel’s
Variety S*ore on Saturday, Sept 22.
in Breckkenridge last week.
Ire Draper of the Pontotoc section
was in the county seat Tuesday on
j a short while. He reports his com-
Valley I muiiity as being in good condition for
th!s season of the year.
Miss Louise Heinatz of Marble Falls’.
Lon Talley, merchant of-
fspring. was in the county seat the
first of the week on business. He is
looking for a good fall and a prosper j
ous business. : teacher in Spanish in the Llano high
____0_ | school, arrived in the city Saturday
William Talley, ot the Valley Srring _____________________
section was among the business visi- ' ' ~
itors in Llano during th- past week,
.inti stated that most of the fanner-
were busy gathering th^r cotton crop.
This is to notify the public thaf th '
Rheeou pasture south of Llano is post-
ed against hunting, trapping or any
character of depredation and any vio-
lation of the trespass laws of this ’
,-tate will be prosecuted.
H. R. JANNER.
J. H. Crawford of Nashville. Tenn .
■ IS - .1. II-.A?. I * C ...s, « • ic." ( ' A-.-
orr Via- touring * enfra! ».nd West
Texas, simply to see just what was
offeree here in the way of s *-nery and
something a'uout the mineral depos-
its of which he had heard and read
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isses Nellie and Bessie Buttery
m turned to their home in Houston on
last Friday, after spending several
Jays here, visiting in the homes of
tl.e.r brothers. J F and H. C Buttery,
and wit ii othej relativ * s . nd lrienii-
liev J J Mason was called to Shh
Antnnto Saturdav to assist in the fun
<iul mihIi•- of h.« auiii Mrs O. I
I lake The funeral seivoe was o n
dueled by Rev H M Fmith of I* near
III i. his Metbeiltsl I lluri M Him inter
11*11 mad* in th* Han Jose i*n>eter»
ni that city.
a. r. McMullen
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CHRONIC OR ACUTE
i WITHOUi THE USE OF DRUGS 00 SURGERY
| Its tite Best of all Drugless Teat-
ments. Come and See!
Located across street Northwest irom High
Scnool. Phene No. 308J. Liano, Texas.
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T -< l .ghts every xpesuu x hi.
desires and endeavors 10
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on until you want it off.
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ing Cara Nome Berfutne.
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The Llano News. (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 13, 1928, newspaper, September 13, 1928; Llano, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth816660/m1/4/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Llano County Public Library.