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14 November 1901

Source:  Burnet Bulletin, 14 Nov 1901
transcribed by JoAnn Myers, 5 April 2009

School is progressing nicely.

Commissioners' Court is in session this week.

is in the market for pecans.

Mr. A. W. M. Crownover
of Marble Falls, was in Burnet last Friday to attend the Methodist Quarterly Conference, of the Burnet and Marble Falls charges, as was also Dr. T. M. Yett.  However, the preachers failed to arrive in time to hold the services.  While here, Mr. Crownover had his date on the Bulletin moved forward a couple of years.

A car load of Flour and Meal just arrived.  Come and get my prices before purchasing elsewhere.  M. G. Schnabel.

Mr. Frank Nance
of the Joppa neighborhood, made us feel good $1.25 worth one day recently.  He reported to us the unfortunate circumstance of a mad dog biting Mrs. W. W. Taylor and daughter.


A good home for sale at a bargain. Come look at it and get my price.  H. W. Logan, at Burnet Hotel, Burnet, Tex.   

Dayton Moses, Esq., returned Friday from San Sabe and other points, where he had been in the interest of his candidacy for District Attorney.  He met with splendid encouragement all along the line.

J. D. Riley Gone

School Notes.
More than 165 children have their names enrolled as pupils in the Burnet High School.



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