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   Llano News, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1916, Llano, Texas                                THE LL O Llano XovemlHr llMn Vol 21 Ths Signing and Passing Last Night of the Franchise Ordinance Ends a Long Trying Controversy ISiTY COUNCIL PASSES FRANCHISE ORDINANCE KeyserBuchholz Elija The first of last ivook Ihe sons and New Pastor Luther the pastor for After Long Fight Council Takes Ac tion by Granting Franchise to Milling Company Neu i Last Saturday evening German Methodist Church was tilled i with a large concourse of iuterestiug1 I friends to uiliess the beautiful and impressive marriage ceremony of Miss Nell to Russell i The church beam ifully and ar tistiially decorated in glossy items and white and yetlow The wording of the franchise is Kerns banker the as that agreed upon some time I while ivy was banked in ago by the Council and representaj profusion in and about ihe chaml Jives of aud which was Iv tall vases held quantities of the on in part in this This action brings the culmination the Ion drawn out battle and w Special to the Llairj of Klija Katlitf Ihe Methodist t liureh in cam notified that their father was quite in the last of the week and filled the ill aud those who lived out of town pulpit Roberts conies were told lo come at luunedialo from the Oklahoma conference and response was had and children i was stationed at The Ada lOv ist iiisht at their meotiiiu signed the which giants io the Milling Loving hands and skilled physicians ening News had the following to say did all within their power to allay j with reference to the leaving of the the suffering and prolong the but pastor from his former station despite th au ay on i eek at i Llano Cherokee brought iis basketball team and football eleven lo Llano las Saturday and went home with both In the basketball game our girls outplayed Ihe visitors til the final score being to 4 in out In the first half Ihe visiting team was put to a disadvantage by having to play a because one efforts Ratlilf passed Luther pastor of h Friday alleruoon of last Kirst Church of Ada for of the re the p ist was to ilie j wen in t of our most respected and j West Texas conference sometime still unable to hold their beloved has gone lo his re i and is prepariiit lo leave for The defeat of the girls tarew M years ibis new field of work Ihe last of this damper on the ardor of the boss and These snowy bios stood I attaints the in charming relief i effective selling for the bridal pie a resident of the lie was a man of upright dealing and Christian Some time ago he united with the Christian I ture The ushers were Allon Dal 1 Jfcseltle this perplexing question for some lime to We congratulate the Mayor and council and tin Milling Company and suggest that each bury the hatchet j and Willie To the strains forget i of Lohengren played by Rubin The of the town will be came the bridal to know that the first o the j Kirst entering the church was th1 from this action bridal chorus sung sweetly by Misses Council will be in effect toi nice Kstor Lot Lee when culled itie Rosa Lee Xettie Mayor stated iheMuryear and Roseda all dress that whih effect unti vantages accruin if th the by mayor iiot in of his eompain lu start the allnight church and died in that liocedent was born in South Texas or first of Koborls will remain here until December It is over the vigorous protest of Ihe Ada church that it parts with its lioberts has done of fective work here and stands high they not able to withstand the j Io hard drives aud forward passes in the fnrilnr agree i foot ball game which followed immed In IXtiN he was in the esteem of everybody regardless on married in ioliad county to Miss Lu ciuda Ihe union there were born children all of whom were present during the last The sons are Walter and Ceorge and all of them reside in the county is a j of church hence the uni I versa regret of the church and com 1 miinity in losing Llano is fortunate in securing That the people may know of the esteem in which Roberts held by the Ada people the following of resolutions passed by the church are hters are Isiah lio Wilson Still The ni met was in pale blue net and taffeta with i il by the silver lace and large blue picture lie was goinn ihais framing their Shower bo ectric service of while chrysanthemums and j fi IMS lied with big blue maline hows were carried by Following i these came the bridesmaids and i i e were Misses and Clara Max hi o ieoi and Dick The maids looked lovely in nel with maixe act essories and maliiK The Holme Moss and Roy Cuess also resides in liiierenieni was made in the Oxford cemetery and IV Shirley con ducted the Shi ley a glowing tribute io the memory i oi the departed an 1 gave eomiori to the sorrowing r words reproduced if has come lo us that our Luther has been transferred lo the West Texas And the Official Hoard of this church adopted without a dis senting vote a on the 01 j day of this risking for the re turn of which Anoi her of passed is let an aching Llanos older i at And lie has been our pas carrying arm boqueis of ve lor for only one having been not alleviate the sorrow but Ihe i sent to us from the conference held thought that i ho father has gone in Not wiiiisland live with iod will be of consolation ing that his coming was under unlav i low chrysantheiiuiuuis and ceding the bride a maid of honor Miss Mvrlle Kevser of coiise va bu there ieiii4 and a I v as who looked charming in a much he ruffled while trimmed with georgete currying a boutiuet of iiink Kiflarney Lois Mae the pielty little niece of the briite as flower wore long distance call was put in Tor Ais lin o liiul The re sult was that the informant in Aus tin told ihc inquirer in Llano that Miere was notuing to Wilson is still leclcd and for in 1ie hour of The NKWS extends sympathy the bereaved From Agent io iii iiu I he will lit a dainty frock of blue crepe de chiue i hai Tni it will be in order for another election and 1iy notiier lingering In Me laetiiiMme ii is intiroly I and his supporters sum Russell of to and he was neatly attired in a suit of and carried a dainty basket of whit tlosvers whicli she scattered in tin brides The many friends of Carey Por an old Llano will be pleased to read of his phenomiual rise in the i railroad ioralde finding our to church in a disturbed he has a most successful doing a yood preaching excellent ser i mons lo good havinu j had more than one hundred additions to the Llano won the name by a score of M to li and then got it by a in the ihivd quarter when the Colleg ians walked off the field on the first decision that did mil meei with their They had not made objeciion lo any ruling prior to this ami it was clearly evident from Iheir action that they were beaten a sjeal deal ihail the score The quarter of the game end ed willDiil a score by either but Llano had the ball wiiiiiu two yaiils of ihe line at one lime when I hey ere held for The second quarter was the occas ion for a spirited pickup oil the part ol the Llano boys and by the work of and the ball carried lo he four yard line when Walkins car ried it over fur a AHg1 li kicked a difficult When the second half opened Llano surprised Cherokee with Ihe use of Ihe lorwitrd With Fowler slingipg the ball as I rue as a and Justus and Atchisoii eessfully receiving three of the ball was carried to the one yard line when Altgelt took il over and kicked Il was in the fir si of the next kickoff thai qiiil the when they CITY BONOS SOLD TO A CHICAGO COMPAQ Bonds Bring Par and Accrued Inter est and Bond Company Will Attend to Printing The City Council met yesterday af leiiioou and received bids on the in bonds which were voted some days The highest bidder llalsey riuar Conipaiiy and they ere accordingly given the This company agreed lo take thtj accrued in to pay for the printing of the bonds and all at torneys fees in connection with thftir We congratulate I lie Mayor the Council on Ihe dispatch with which they have attended to this mill And our church has been cupid was Master Kan announced that Election Next traveling agent for the Gulf Coast and the following clip white satin with silver and ping from the Daily handled his bow arrow very j Kagle announces the fact that he has The lovely bride was giv been elevated from this position to disturbed and our people in an unset Sometime ago we j tied state of having had many he had been made j changes in preaclnrs during the las few years all of tus in face of the fact ihat this is one of the best ap poiiilmciits in Kavt Oklahoma Confer people Tin Novcmber the day set for the election when the j in marriage by her of San on arm she They were School i o s f t y issued of the Llano Independent met at the alter by the bridegroom District will be called upon und Joe Mclnnls of who acted whether or nct there shall be iu bond1 for the pur that of gem ra The an iclu lows manager of y Texas unitcd now than in several to remove Roberts with only one years a time when he referred to is as foe in i position to do us a irreai deal of and the church in a condition to The bride was a From traveling freglit lo move forward in a greater pict manager of a is the do us an irreparable ure of girlish lovliness in her bridiil i unusual rise of Now therefore bo it resolved that i of supplementing the is gown of Duchess satin and silver gar which was carried some time A coat train was fash As lias been stated many times befi imperative and ill allowing the trustees ihe fund eiiouiiU iouds and create th in these coli ioued from her shoulders und a iv this is an of rose fashioned in cap effect there is not j with a coronet of It is merely further enhanced her The to take from only ornament she wore was a bean to carry th j iiiui diamond tin giil of the Mnkihi Intil today Porter has been most a traveling freight agent for the Gulf Coast with headquarters lie ered tin to rosciad his action in trans Roberts out of this and that lie leave him The tux of fMc now h vied all that may be levied nude the This is worthy cuine and should the support of the The children conn first and it is not a uiatter or option but a matter of obli Go to the polls and vote for bons next Xovetn Bocth Was eryone sviio so fortunate as 10 hear trie tainmis Booth at the opera house last Sat urday night was profuv in their praise for the exrelUnt entertainment The ability of this speaker to win and hold his audience is remarkable ways attracted attention of the directors of the Sugar Land Railway of who was seeking a The beatititul and impressive mar Last Monday when Porter i c riage coromony was performed by to the he found a lette diri which waiting 1or He wtis offered the Houy played in soft i position as general manager of the swei t I Sugar Land Railway company at a Immediately after the ceremony a j salary commensurate with the posi rereption followed at the brides The traveling freight agent ac I and shortly he will leave his Many coKtly and lovely presents j at the Pacific hotel to take up und the out of town guests attested bis new work in the popularity of both the uud i The NKWS joins in extending the j Keyser is the son of and j who are among Ihe older and must prosperous cH of this He is an euergetic and ambitious young man and holds a responsible position with week territory all and his gellliebusiness us fur another further resolved That Mi a oea scrim ma Cheroke RANGE Frank Itraokin of Sain who has been with the store of Walkins here this demonstrat ing the excellent qualities of the Ma jestic has entertained many of our people and interested them deep ly in the advantages of this cookinjj To fully appreciate ho M il ir necessary that one go lo Watkins store in The tests are made to empbaaizi lie superiority of the not only as a stove but the durability i ibe composition and Ihe general i xcelb in o of arrangement will be re1 siii pi to any and all who have noi actually witnessed Kaeh day coffee and biscuits cook ed oti Mi Majestic are served to the both of which are par excellence in flavor and mos palata Tuesday afternoon the school child ren visited the demonstration in large numbers each was given enir and asked lo write a few lines concerning the superior quality objected to the penalty imposed when of the ic as gathered ol Cherokee was luuler was the indivulual star fer Lhiho and he was ably assisted in ihe slauglner by and Alchi all of whom showed up j from their respective These aiisweis appear in another column in the Watkins Among oilier things the lor him on display one of the famous IJaby ranges which he shows io ihe a Iodiiy the Llano team for j i minder that Santa Clans is Mislm and they hope to get revenge on the Deaf Mules for the te gave Ualin Thanksv ing day I o years Llano has had only one touchdown scored again her this year and they are going after the of Ccn Goes to Caldwcll to Reside West They would HUe to hear iroiu team willi leterence lo a i ei urn in ihal oil Thiiiiks li lo it Ciiii rfsfifi of Horird of j I he ii hrrcby to pre j i sent this resolution to Uilioii rit and that heurge a consideration of j Ihe Adopted this the day of Oclo County Officers StocH h and Schmid hi I o Osburne oi tine Kosler thnv tOlmer Smith bii Dodge has sale of IKidgi curt during tnv past of the bonds for the several county officers were handed in to Ibe Commissioners Court yesterday Gray siud Calluway seventeen ul oi thfni was Some 1 0 lid not take the oath of office yester but do so EvcreLt took tho of of Iice cuid Uis duties in tin after Hill and his family leave to day for where go to make their future The house I hold effects were loaded out yester Hill for a number of years past has efficient ly served Llano County as Commissioner for Precinct mitu j Inr He linished this his t I Tl O tl f for While the of the family froia tliis place to Ciildwell will probably Le to tiieir liking ihe many friends here be sorry to lose tuil vill them all success and hap piness in their new The XKWri iu expression o j these good and shull look for to Culvert ward pleasure to their return i to Worth lo San JuHi ir to Urea Improving carfKiiters at on Kridge ting of Couucil south of the of Bruegyemann Given City the e nis a just aud considerabe Corner Drug Store at Miss Percy Frauklin received Thompson and of WinViler also qualified for the office the awarding of tnf contract icr the btiildiiut concrete wall was to Hugo aid tor an hour or more he had them i is tho diarmlng cud acj Whin of San one and of Commissioners their r spctivc of Brueg His humor and pathos j complishtd of and Morris Anto Company of Taylor anj Judge Mourn Is thI indeed and never did the program scem to An general rule there snv iironK tsputi weak in an this but it different t f Iris ins what th atili heartily i Sunday night nuiie a i short ralk ar he b having a warLu iriii of K puMCir of another of this conn tys most t The go i rieids prominent and iiie f i nan y and I other There several sold to Joseph outh of iti ifithors of ln vho ct sub agents under r of r who will take the Judg was lite The work will start very shortly I remodeliiig jiid rcnnovaiinR will Je part of the rear of the I has Ijoen torn away and new porches and oilier will be All of the innirie will be gone over thoroughly and the will some aluj another of Llanos made like a day for tiieir ft LhtliO Wil ie ure will Hi Riley Work Goes of reiniidinj riiiao i atin the Krankliri was start is going and ulreadv there are skn Gone For a McK ments soon More Applerou of o left last afternoon for The movinc to town of Judge aiul their fixinK tin ir residenco The will be er iiear town and quite lent for Cold Clem Jont1 HI Luitoritcin LUino visstoie M Grady been and Gray ho arc Field qnu HI for Ibe fow days and and of po are oorry to say still quite j rf are dttonnltied to put Cue ylnce ihe I Sir I near un wiU in HCR We or These jrs an 1 Mury uiul Dorolliy at at her who is Wo trust that thw ueit repoits will in the very beat conditiou joBibh AiictJ and Eriu Alal home for indicate a decided improvenieut hi and tUey say they v tc will spare no visiting with and The past few days have Iven real winter days and everything has reached here Sunday and up to last night it still quite The coming oi winter has been the occasion for an incoming of wild w lie tv htwent ou business dacka aad the locai sportsmwnt Uavo Tiibii et t Ivfi tfu last of tic weak tew the gam cm   

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