|Miss Lilyan E. Green,
reader and entertainer from Lampasas, gave a recital in the school
auditorium last Friday evening, which was listened to by a fairly good
and appreciative audience. Miss
Green is an accomplished elocutionist and made a favorable
impression upon our people.
||Death of Aunt Rudy Covington
(daughter of Sam Holland)
The Burnet National BankOfficers:
F. P. Green, PresidentCapital, $25,000.00
C. W. Howard, Cashier
Ealy J. Moses, Vice President
L. C. Chamberlain, Vice President
Rev. M. J. Allen preached his last sermon in Burnet last Sunday for this conference year. He will next Sunday fill another of his appointments, in the country, which will complete his year's work for this charge. Bro. Allen has had a satisfactory year's work. Among other things, he has built a church house and has had 81 additions to the church. Bro. Allen is a consecrated Christian gentleman, a good mixer and a splendid preacher. He and his excellent family have made many friends in Burnet, and it is not only the desire of his church that he be returned to Burnet, but of the community in general, and as he has been here only one year it is more than likely this wish will be gratified.
Come to Howell & Warner's for Bibles and Testaments.
The Republican speaker, Judge Allen, failed to fill his appointment in Burnet Saturday, although he was here. In the afternoon the audience was too small to justify the speaker in making an effort, and the meeting was postponed until night. Quite a number were here to hear him at night, but for some reason he fail to fill his appointment, which caused considerable disappointment, as there were many who had never heard a Republican political speech and wanted to know what one sounded like.
Mr. Oscar Lamon left wast week for Austin, where he has a position in a corporation with the well known Veternary Surgeon, Dr. LeGear at the head of it. Oscar has been the assistant in the postoffice at this place during the past seven years, and his friends who wish him success in his new avocation are legion.
I will pay the top market price for all the eggs you can bring me until further notice. Cash or trade.
L. L. Shipp
The Bertram Fair will convene this morning (Wednesday), and continue three days. It is said that the displays etc., will be much better than they have ever been. An unusually large crowd will be in attendance from Burnet and surrounding communities.
See my line of Pocket Knives, Butcher Knives, Carvers, Razors, and scissors.
Churchill, The Hardware Man
O. K. Drug Co.,
is Ready for Business, with an absolutely new and up-to-date Stock of Drugs.
J. N. Darby
THE STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF BURNET
By virtue of an Order of Sale, issued out of the Honorable District Court of Burnet county, on 19th day of October A. D. 1906, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of R. W. Hoover versus Francis J. Bowen, No. 1820, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered, I will proceed to sell for cash within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, on the First Tuesday in December A. D. 1906, it being the 4th day of said month, before the Court House door of said Burnet county, in the Town of Burnet...
...about 22 acres...on Mill Creek, a tributary of the Colorado River...about 14 miles South of West from the town of Burnet...2 miles East of the mouth of the Llano River...known as "Hoover Granite Quarry."
...property of Francis J. Bowen to satisfy a judgement amounting to $3340.71 in favor of R. W. Hoover...
M. P. Magill, Sheriff