The Llano News. (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 25, 1926 Page: 4 of 8
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AN AMATEUR NIGHT
LLANO OPERA HOUSE
THURSDAY NIGHT, NOV. 25
We are now dressing Turkeys
To Winner. Open to talent from five counties. A big night of fun
and laughter. Prize for the best playing of ‘Gray Eagle/ ‘Arkansas
Traveler,’ ‘Turkey in the Straw,’ ‘Hell Among the Yearlings,’ ‘Wag-
oner, Durang’s ‘Horn Pipe,’ and ‘Chicken Reel,’ or any old tune you
want to play.
Fiddlers are Restricted to old tunes, judged by three competent judges
For the best Fiddler; another prize for the best act of any description
best Charleston Dancer; best guitar picker, best accordion player,
best boy whistler, best girl singer. Fiddling not open to musicians,
who play by note.
$50 Violin Given Winner of the Contest
Come and Bring Your Fiddles. A Big Night of Real Fun. Don’t
fail to see the Baby Dancer!
Fiddlers and other talent enter your name before 7:30 p. m. on the
above date, at the Opera Flouse.
Costs Nothing to enter the contest. REGULAR PICTURE SHOW
IN CON NEC 1 ION. Free admission to Contestants.
ADMISSION BOTH SHOWS 25c and 50c
for the Christmas Market-and
always pay as much as anyone in
Bring us your Turkeys. We
pay top price - and can unload
BAPTIST NOTES at San Antonio, which was one of the bankrupt, and that the ii:;;t meeting
The usual services throughout the best in our history. of his creditors has been reset and
day on next Sabbath. But for certain
considerations we would gladly at-
tend the Methodist Dedicatory Ser-
vices on Sunday morning. One is that
they will most likely have all that
they can accommodate without us,
and more. Another consideration is
P. M. MURPHY, Pastor.
Men's $1.50 Union Suits for 85c. at
OLD TIME FIDDLERS’ CONTEST
will be held at my office in Austin,
Texas, on the 8th day of December,
A. D. 1820, at 10 o’clock A. M., at
which time the said creditors may
attend, prove their claims, appoint a
trustee, examine the bankrupt, and
FARM EQUIPMENT AND CASH
Trade for town home, 290 acre pe-
can farm; fine tor hogs turkeys, dairy
take home in town on deal. Nice
homes, payments like rent.
BRA ME REALTY CO.
At tlie opera house in Llano tonight, transact such other business as may
the fact that we attended their i Thanksgiving, there will be an Old properly come before said meeting.
church services on the opening day, at [Time Fiddlers’ Contest. This contest
night, and I was away from my church is open to the local talent from five
all last Sunday, and it is hard to keep 1 counties and the winner will be given
things going when we miss so much. ! a $50 violin. H promises to he aj
We all very heartily appreciate the night of real fun. There will also be
Austin, Texas November 19, 1926
O. W. SANDSTROM,
Refferee in Bankruptcy.
In the future the Llano gin will he
operated only on Tuesday and Friday
of each w’eek. All interested should
NOTICE TRUCK OWNERS!
We need five or more Trucks to haul Cedar
Rev. ami Mrs. Z. B. Dully arrived
new house of worship erected by our a picture show In connection and the home Monday night from Memphis,
good religious neighbors and wish for j admission price to both will be 25c Tennessee, where they have been at-
them and for Hie Master's cause the and 50c. tending the International Convention
very best use possible of their splen-1--o- ' of their church. They report a splen-
did house of worship. The churches IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE did meeting and a most enjoyable trip,
furnish the saving power of any com- J United States for the Western ——--o-
munity, and the prosperity of the District of Texas, at Austin.
churches will insure the best all round In the Matter of
conditions and blessings for the peo- Anton Flint, Bankrupt, Three hundred acre farm, with ap-
ple. All these benefits are shared in j In Bankruptcy, No. 1061, • pr0xi,nately six hundred acres of fine
a measure by every person of the com-| To the creditors of Anton Flint, of Kra88 land> located near Pearsall,
munity, whether they are directly and ; Casiell, In the County of Llano, and Texas. Good place for right man.
personally interested in Christianity District aforesaid, a bankrupt: Can furnish teams and equipment.
This is to advise the public that my
pastures are posted under the laws of
this State against hunting .trapping,
or any other kind of depredation and
all trespassing will be prosecuted to
the full extent of the law.
1L-4t-c W. II. LIGON.
Posts, starting MONDAY MORNING. Al-
so can use several Cutters. See me at
Southern Hotel, After 8 O’clock Evenings
AL EHRLICH, Manager
AL EHRLICH CEDAR COMPANY
Notice is hereby given that on the
This pastor has just returned from 12th day of October, A. D. 1926, the
our State Baptist General Convention said Anton Flint was duly adjudged j2-tf-c
510 East Houston, St.,
San Antonio, Texas.
Fully equipped, rents $400 annually,
heats farming. Farms, ranches, City
property. Houses for rent.
BRAME REALTY CO.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our thanks and
due appreciation to our many friends
for their kindness and comforting
words during the long illness and at
death of our beloved husband and
father, J. H. Englemann. We also
wish to thank those who contributed
such beautiful floral offerings.
MRS. J. H. ENGLEMANN j
EXPRESSION OF THANKS
On behalf of the Lutheran League, I
wish to express our appreciation to
the people of Llano for the liberal pat
school building Monday night. Wt
ronage given our play at the high
were able to clear $50 through the
fact that you gave us your support, all
of which is duly appreciated.
REV. J. H. WENDT,
Opening This Week
OUR NEW STORAGE GARAGE
We will have ample room to keep your
Car during the cold winter nights,
Open from 7 a, m, until 10 p. m.
Rates reasonable, Special by the month,
We bring you your car in the morning,
PHONE NO, 2
CITY SERVICE STATION
TO MATCH THE
PRICE OF COTIGN
Flour - $2.00
Pioneer Flour $1.85
15 lbs. Granii'
lated Sugar $1.00
25 lb. Sack of
Sugar - $1.75
10 ib. Sack sugar .75
FOR CASH, and
NOT TRADES DAY ONLY
NEXT ON THE PROGRAM IS
Lange & Co.
\\ ith Thanksgiving out of the way, it is na-
tural to think of Christmas. We are not try-
ing to rush the season but you will agree with
us that it is not a day too early to start looking
around and even making some selections.
We have Christmas cards on display and
many other things will be on display in a few
- M 'J—
DRUGGISTS’ LEAGUE I
LLANO DRUG CO.
n* $0%cJJL A**
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The Llano News. (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 25, 1926, newspaper, November 25, 1926; Llano, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth817867/m1/4/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Llano County Public Library.