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20 February 1902

Source:  Burnet Bulletin, 20 Feb 1902
transcribed by JoAnn Myers, 8 March 2008

Cane and Millett Seed

A limited quantity of pure red top and orange cane seed.  Also some millet seed, home raised.
C. E. Deese,  Bertram, Texas

The Beginning of Work

Contractor Hughes has arrived in Burnet, with several cars of mules, working implements, groceries, feed, etc.  We understand that the shipments above are direct from Kansas City, the home of the contractor.

They prepared to begin work at once, but have been somewhat delayed by the heavy rains.  Probably forty or fifty regular hands arrived with the construction crew.

The work will be pushed with great rapidity, and it is likely that trains will be running through to Lampasas within six months.     

Mrs. W. H. Pearson, Sr. DEAD

The firm name of F. R. Keele is this day changed to Keele Bros.  We will appreciate a continuance of the public patronage.
Keele Bros.
N. W. Corner Public Square

Willie Pearson
left last ___day for Rusk, to visit her mother and brother.  We understand she will be absent quite a while.

Mrs. J. E. Bell



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