News Tibits
12 August 1909

Source:  Burnet Bulletin, 12 August 1909
transcribed by JoAnn Myers, 3 Feb 2008


Mrs. Wallace Cooper and children of Burnet are visiting her brother, Mr. W. H. Wolf.

Miss Ella Cloud of Albany, Shackleford County, is here on a visit to relatives and friends.
Mrs. May Springer of San Angelo is here on a visit to her mother, Mrs. Mattie Wilson.

Miss Paula Chance and brother, Frank, of Temple, are visiting at the home of their aunt, Mrs. B. E. Jones.
Mr. W. A. Miller and family of Granger, are here on a visit to his sister, Mrs. Mollie Neal.

Mrs. Ella Love  and Miss Ruby Mosely returned to their homes in San Antonio last week, after a ten day visit to relatives here.
Mr. Lon Worrell has moved into our parts from San Saba county.

Mr. W. I. Bennett has sold his crop and is on the road for Falls county.  He has lived in these parts for thirty-one years and has seen many drouths, but this one moves him.
Mrs. Emily Phelps  and her son, George, have struck the road for the land of promise in New Mexico.

Mr. Albert Houston has sold his crop and gone to railroading at Graphite.
Mr. B. B. Chamberlain has moved to Valley Spring, where he will teach next year.

Mr. Joe Duckett is in Llano caring for his grandmother Askew, who is helpless from a broken hip.
Mr. P. T. Beard one night last week lost his store and residence by fire.  It was well insured, so he is rebuilding.

Mr. Tom Hall and family of Concho county, and Mrs. Arch McCoy and son of Rochelle visited relatives in our section.
Mr. Ed Draper and family of Marble Falls, and Mr. James Davidson and family visited J. E. Ferguson.

A. H. Edwards and wife made a visit to the Spring Creek community not long since.
Mr. John Cates and family paid a visit to relatives in Burnet and beyond last week.

The Holiness meeting at Bertram has closed.  There seems to be some division among them concerning the gift of tongues.  Some claim to have it, while others denounce it, as of sinister origin.
Uncle Jack Humphrey Dead.

Rhode Island Reds.  I have for sale Eggs and Stock from the above excellent breed of chickens.  Eggs, per setting, 75 cents.  T. L. Rutledge.
 

 

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