|LOST -- Small gold watch, with initials R. M. H. on outside and "From Mother to Bessie" on outside back case. Finder please return to Mrs. T. E. Hammond and receive reward.
||We have several desirable Patterns for suits or skirts. Come in and pass on them. Escavaille.
|Ruby - Altman
Last Wednesday afternoon, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Altman, Mr. [text missing] Ruby and Miss Kate Altman were united in marriage, Rev. R. Howell officiating.
The bride is a charming young lady, industrious, womanly and thrifty, and Mr. Ruby has won a prize. Her friends in this section of Burnet County are numbered by the hundreds.
Mr. Ruby is a leading young farmer of the Fairland section, highly regarded and well liked by all who know him.
The Bulletin joins the hosts of friends of these young people in wishing for them long life, prosperity, happiness and all the other blessings of humanity.
Notice by Publication of Final Account
The State of Texas.
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF LUCY S. WHITNEY ET AL MINORS:
Gus Grove, Guardian of said Estate have filed in the County Court of Burnet County his Final Account of the condition of said estate together with an application to be discharged as Guardian thereof, which will be heard by our said Court on the 3rd Monday in Novr., A. D. 1903, same being the 16th day of Novr. A. D. 1903, at the Court House of said Burnet County in the Town of Burnet at which time and place all persons interested in said estate are required to appear and contest said Final Account and application, if they see proper.
Witness J. T. Chamberlain, Clerk of the County Court of Burnet County.
|In Memory of Brother F. S. Smith
||Go to Keele Bros
on the 1st Monday and see for yourself if they don't break the record
on low prices, not with standing what others may say or do.
|Highest Market Price paid for all kinds of Hides. Atkinson & Arbuckle.
||I want the prayers of every household in this county. Cheap Goods will get them. ROSS.