News Tibits
13 February 1902

Source:  Burnet Bulletin,
transcribed by JoAnn Myers,



Mr. Tom Childers of Houston spent Saturday in town.



I will grind on second and fourth Saturdays in each month.
R. W. Conaway

Mr. Albert Neely
from near Lampasas spent a few days in Burnet this week on business.



Bring your Butter and Eggs to F. R. Keele.

Mrs. Jim Baker
who has been dangerously ill is on the road to recovery.



C. E. Deese and Mrs. J. D. Riley of Bertram were in Burnet on business last Friday.
Onion sets at J. F. Cook's.

Fresh Candy of the best varieties just received at McFarland's.
Buford Hubbard and sister, Mrs. P. D. Starr, of Kingsland visited relatives in Burnet last week.

Mrs. S. P. Garrett, who has been spending a month with her husband on his ranch in Blanco Co., returned Monday.  She reports Mr. Garrett's cattle doing well with no losses to date.
Whenever you want good Flour always go to M. G. Schnabel for it, as he keeps no other kind but the very best.

Mr. P. T. Talbot, a prominent merchant of San Marcos spent a few h ours Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. J. L. King.  He was enroute to New Orleans and St. Louis.


W. O. Jamison Dead


Rev. B. E. Bowmer has sold his farm and residence, a mile south of town to Mr. Pierce Green.  We understand that Mr. Bowmer  and family will move to Bertram.  Our loss of this estimable family will be Bertram's gain.
18 pounds of Granulated Sugar $1.00 at DORR'S.

We sell school tablets, pens, pencils and ink.  The Warner Drug Co.
Miss Lula Ater who had been visiting Miss Minnie Bowmer for several weeks, returned to her home at Bertram, last Sunday.

The Sheriff of Donally county was in Burnet this week on official business.  He was after a young man charged with a burglary in his county, and who had been arrested by Sheriff Arbuckle.  Through regard for the feelings of the unfortunate young man's mother, we refrain from calling names.
A great many of our out of town friends have found a difficulty in locating our office, since our removal, owing to the fact that we have not yet found time to move our sign.  We will try to get the matter properly arranged this week, after our paper is issued.



A Tribute of Respect
Mrs. Martha Lucy Johnson
 

 

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