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   Llano News, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1916, Llano, Texas                                BY Llano So Vol U Llano Has a Fighting Chance to Be Located on the Great Puget Sound to the Gulf Highway LLANO DELEGATES JFF TO AUSTIN Rapresentatives of Business League Left Yesterday Morning to be Present at Austin Martin Brurnrnett Wins The lucky man in the drawin courthouse lawn Trades Day Martin Brummett of the Six Mile This gentleman is having oil was SiC luek A With inter srird the i at with re ting of 1 M goid raiils enthusiasts of the Llano dele gation got off early yesterday morn ing for where the meeting j vented was held yesterday afternoon at oclock at the Driskill A directing committee composed of Hargon and Wilkes left Llano Tuesday morning and went through several towns between Llano and Austin with a view of stirring up in terest for the meeting and to do what they could to get enthusiastic dele gations from these towns to the Aus tin This committee will also serve as a steering committee for the Llano delej everyone who They purposed to utilize the chance at the Tuesday afternoon and night and morning in getting ac quainted with the road Much has been said in Llano about the Austin The several daily papers which come to this city have from time to time had articles regarding the situation the fact remained that little of definite nature was known in Llano before the meet The truth is tlut Llano felt that lmt could best serve her purpose by being on hand and by becoming bers of the Texas Good Roads Asso With a view of settling fin ally on the matter the business men met Saturday evening at G oclock and it was agreed that Llano should become members and the first delega tion was authorized to take with them to Austin the required initiation fee To give briefly some idea of the sit uation as it appears it might be said that there is a possibility of Llano get ting one of the Government There is a chance that the great thor oughfare which runs from Puget Sound to the Gulf of Mexico might come through and if it it would be one of the best things which ever befell this There is a liklihood of it running either through Big San An San Antonio and on to Corpus and yet another chance for It to pass through the first three named cities and then branch off toward Houston and and in the latter event Llano would logically be in line for the m There is still a third chance that the road branch at Lubbock or some other point and come through Sweet Gold Georgetown and There are other possibilities of other but it is the purpose of the Uano delegation since they have i learned of the to be on hand to see that Llanos claims are properly This one thing is certain Llano would surely be the most fortunate town In the country should this pro posed road happen to come our Think of the hundreds and hundreds of tourists who would annually visit this part of the state if such a thor oughfare should be There is absolutely no estimating the number of people it would bring to our town Aeach We trust that the meeting yester day resulted in some definite results toward the securing of some of these I trood things for our these He had the distinction of brought in the first bale of cot ton year and was the recip of The usual Trades Day crowds were present for the but many of the farmers who live nearbv were pre froni attending on account of picking The present higlj of the staple is incentive to the marketing of all that is available and the farmers of this section are not failing to take advantage of the sit The merchants report good sales and the people who were here came in to purchase their needs and all in the day was a big The crowd which went through the gates into the court bouse lawn was immense and so far as it was possible would was given a Schools Open On next Monday the public schools of Llano will throw open their doors to the boys and girls and the work of the year will All preparations are complete for the opening and the faculty which was announced last week in the NEWS is on All of the facul ly arrived for the opening of the Teachers Institute the of this As was announced in last weeks issue of the NEWS the board has de cided that the time for attendance under the new compulsory education law will be designated as the last three months in the school The usual opening exercises of the school year will be held at the college auditorium Monday What a Boll Weovi Will Do of Valley was a Llano visitor the fiist of Die week and paid the NEWS a pleasant While here Taylor told us of unique situation with reference to hH cotton ll just goes to show that that pesky little they call the boll weevil is very peculiar in the way he Taylor hud in cotton some and his neighbor just across fence had an equal number of The neighbor will make off his some fifteen bales of and has had little or no trouble with j boll weevil Taylor says that j the weevil were very bad on his farm j and that he would not make more than five And the thing makes more extraordinary is that the other neigh bor who lives on the opposite side of him from the acre tract wiTt make off his ground of ten acres about four bales of the fleecy Surely the boll weevil is a pecul iar actor and on account of his cadav erous methods Taylor will pay the damage with a short Big Ranch Foster and Max Marschall left Tuesday of this week for a ranch which they iveenMy purchased near San The deal involved eighteen sections of known as the San Saba school The uentlenten bought part and leased the remaining In ad dition to this lame acreage thev pur chased head of cows and sheep and a number of horses and The consideration wai something in the of Foster and Marschall are two of Llano Countys most enter nrsing and prosperous cattle Both have been engaged in the indus try in this county for some This recent is a tran saction extraordinary in its size and We congratulate the gentlemen and we hespenk for both much success in the Eighteen Rattlers Culture Club Ira Daniel Buys Last week Ira Daniel purchased from Shults his Overland auto mobile which had been in commis sion for a few months Dan iel is alreay pressing the car into ser We congratulate him on be coming one of Llanos rapidly grow ing number of anto A story that is almost enough to make the flesh crawl was told in Llano Trades Day by two of the coun tys Barnett and have heard of snake stories but this story which the gentlemen brought in eclipses all others of which we have any knowl Barnett and Stribling were riding in the pasture when they no ticed a snake crawl into a In vestigation proved that it was a den of The gentlemen dismount ed and began the work of destruction and as they progressed with the work it was noticed that the snakes were almost without number The dead snakes on the field of ac tion after the slaughter was over counted up to eighteen and the rat tles on each snake ranged from ten to The best part of the story is that the snakes were all Not one of the reptiles was Jnle to get away and the gentlemen are to be congrat ulated in ridding the county of eigh teen of these venomous Delegations Pass Two delegations bound for Austin to attend the good roads meeting Wednesday passed through Llano Grant and Sims were In one of the parties which came from These two gentlemen and their col leagues went on to Burnet Monday night where they held a conference with the people of that The other delegation was from Fre donia and it is idle to think the peo pie of that little city are not alive and wideawake They were en route to become members of the Texas Good Roads It is likely that stopped in Burnet for the gathering Monday The program committee of the Womans Culture Club report a most charming course on America and art for the current It will be based on the Mentor The topics for the fourteen study afternoons will be as follows Natural Wonders of National Birds and Historic Spots arid Historic Homes of Makers of American Makers of American Poetry and Memory 9 and Six Representative Nov elists and some of their stories American Makers of AmericanArt and Famous American Statues with a Pictures We Love to Live Current events at beginning of each The first regular meeting will be held Monday afternoon October from to at McLeans At this meeting Miss Ethel president and corresponding will Milling Company Work i I The work which has for oine time been under al the plant of the Llano Milling Company is practically I completed and the I lamillonCor less engine which has been installed is being pressed into j There has been added to the pres lent building a concrete addition meas uring by 17 In this new parl I has been installed a 14n horsepower i Corless The engine has been ready for some days but there was a serious delay occasioned on account of the failure of delivery of one of the The pulley ia question had to be made and the rush of things in the fomulrys on account of the European war made the time required for the turning of the work some thing like The pulley came the of the week and the engine was put to Manager Lee Jernigan said lie was now equipped to handle the power situation for some time to The big Corless will pull the entire plant with The work recently completed also included the instajlantion of a new rotary pump which has sufficient ca pacity to supply all the need water for city The pump is so arranged that it will keep an even pressure at all Norton Improving A of workmen are busily en gaued now in the remodeling and re building of what was known as tiio old Malone formerly oweud by the Texas Sanitarium The place was sold receivers salo a short time ago to It is the intention of the new owner lo thoroughly overhaul the entire house and The lawn is be ing leveled down and a park ar ranged is being laid all around the outer edge of the lawn and a roadway will be built of gravel to main road passing a short dis I tance from the This is one of the prettiest sights that could possibly be The high elevation on which the house is lo cated commands a view of the Llano river valley for a good The panorama which spreads out be the view is indeed The entire city with the river running through the center is within When the work of remodeling and rearranging is completed it will bo one of the most attractive homes in the whole We congratulate Norton on his choice for a home Cherokee Graduates Secure Four Year assume their offices and serve two Albert Hartman Gets Miss Gladys of San one of the most popular and efficient teachers of the Llano City is visiting in the city and is the guest of and Miss Norris hud made arrangements to at tend the State University the coming but at the earnest solicitation of the School Board and natrons of the accepted a position in the San Saba where she had taught before coming to She has been kept Quite busy greeting former friends and The Llano Teachers Institute op ened with a full attendance of teach ers on Tuesday morning Streator conducted the devo tional services and gave a short ad dress on the Oldest Picture Book in the The following are the teachers of the North Side Schools Ernest Hereford of Tow Prin cipal Miss Mamie Sparks of Round and Miss Campbell of Miss Beatrice Miss Ada Miss Helen Miss El len Miss Pearl Jennie Miss Merle Miss Helen Miss Sallie Miss Grace The present corps of teachers has the appearance of being a fine A few of the teachers have been with us lie and the new ones come highly Trades Day Crowd City Marshal Frank Kendrick stat ed to the NEWS man Monday night that the crowd on the streets Monday was the most orderly he had ever seen for so large a The same thing impressed several of the citizens who had occasion to There was not a single in cident throughout the day to mar the This speaks ivel and wri are proud to be able to make this pleasing re Misses Lora and Eula Hanna and Bode have returned from George where they attended summer school at Southwestern and were awarded fouryear state teachers These young people are graduates of the Cherokee Junior and their success is ample proof of the thoroughness of the work in Cherokee Junior and the efficiency of its It also boars out the claims of the college management with reference to secur ing state certificates without exam This is a great advantage to home beys and girls whose means are lim thus necessitating that they com plete their education at the smallest uossible Any graduate of the San Saba or Llano high schools may enter the Freshman class of the Cher okee Junior College and after com pleting 12 hours work in this grade by attending six weeks dur ing summer completing their educational will secure a four years certificate without examina and by attending the following may have these certificates extended to eight Saba Darley and Miss Leeva Elodge were married at the home of the brides mother on September Streator The bride was born in Llano and is well especially by the younger generation with whom she has been attending Had she not de cided to give her heart and hand to she would soon have been a graduate at the Llano High Darley was born in Mason coun He is a graduate of the Nixon Clay Commercial College of and has been stenographer of some of the best law At present he is connected with the State Depart ment of He is a deacon and assistant superintendent of the Sunday School in the Avenue Baptist Church of The best wishes of the Llano News go with the bride and in their journey through Their home will be 1406 Brazos All Embargoes Albert Hartrnann returned from San where he went to see about the agency for the He secured the subagency for this car and the Allen car in this The agency cornea through the Texas Motor Sales Company of San We congratulate Hartmnnn on securing the aarency for these fine The people of Llano are somewhat familiar with the Mitchell Hartmanrt has j owner of one for some months Valley Hart is visiting friends in the He is president of the Farmers Cotton Grader Com On Sunday at the Un Fowler and Lanier and Hy and the children of the latter were outgoing passengers on the noon train Tuesday of this Fowler went to Austin for ti short Lanier and children have been in Llano during the summer and they are returning to their homo in Hyslon and children have been visiting hero for a few days and are en route to their home in Newt an old Llano and who for many years has been connected in a prominent position with the Railroad at Hous was a Llano visitor during the Jackson said to the NEWS man that he was indeed pleased to see the way in which the town had grown and was always glad to be able to get back t the land of his first On account of the calling off of the strike on the railroads of the nation the local freight office of the has announced that the embargo on freight which was put on last week is now lifted and they are ready to receive any and all character of The unsettled condition and the embargo which was estab lished caused quite a bit of concern among the people of this community and they will be glad to know that they will not at present be put to any inconvenience in chis Bozarth left last Sunday for Bay where she goes for a Her little ac companied and will remain in Bay where she will attend school dur ing the coming She will be with her aunt who was Miss Maggie Bo Miss Sallie of who has been visiting with the Misses m Tut iuu ur IIML Moudav of this week for her ion services on the court bouse 1 he conducted u service of song which added greatly to the inteest in He was born anil educated in He came to Texas when young man and joined Perm as Gospel lie was largely instrumental in organ z Dallas News and was one of the promoters of the Amicable Life Insurance of which Artemis Roberts irf Through all his work he has never let an oppor tunity pans unheeded that permitted him to tell or sing the Gospel cf and the Misses Clara Margaret and Master with Mias Bertha Kin who have been visiting in Beau for some returned to Llano last While they had a delightful time seeing old friends and acquaintances in their former we are glad to welcome them on their return to their home in a snore solubrious el line than that of j conducted an interest ing player meeting service ai the Christian church on the night of Aug ust His subject was The Hvinns Our Fathers a veterinary surgeon of came in Monday for a few j John Peeler was a visitor It is that the Sunday and He came Doctor will shortly make his home in through the country from Austin in llis Fcml car Harry Bugley and who have been living at at which place Bagley had a garage and blacksmith have moved to Val ley Spring where they formerly We are pleased to welcome thlo good family back in the Seven cars brought the road boosters from They arrived in Llano about Tuesday and left for Austin at 5 yester Among those in the crowd were John and and Kettner and Miss Edna Miss Mathilda Brock Thompson and Miss Ruby Hof Buch and Wagner of Among those who left Llano Wed nesday morning for Austin were and Vander and iOrr and Ronntree and Fred Peeler and wife of San An tonio spent last week visiting with relatives and ieeler have many friends in Llano who am always glad to see They re turned Monday to their MISH Veda Smith came in from Ma son Tuesday in her red racing and is a guest of and Jernl Morris who has been vis iting with his relatives in Waco for several days returned home Monday of this Goodman said that j hundred lie would nave made a longer but for the threatened railroad Commissioner Hill contracted with Kraiis and son to construct a concrete causeway eighty by fourteen feet on theSix Mile for four Miss Myrtle after a jour ney East of three returned home last Her first destina tion was where she visited Miss Alberta The two young ladies then made a living visit to and spent a few days with the Afterwards they took a look at the Norfolk Navy Here they Miss Alberta returning to and Miss via New Orleans to She left on Wednesday for where ahe will teach the young idea how to wife were visitors Tho children of and j who have been visiting in Dalian for some returned home Colton has gone thelast of the fn Llano to high and daughter of the new trimmer at the Popular Mil linery Miss Rogers 5s experi enced in her special line of work aud the Popular is to be congratulated from intermediate on having secured her Hat present home is at the Southern   

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