|F. Hunniker returned Tuesday from a business trip to Austin.
||House for rent. Apply to Miss Mattie Lamon.
|Mr. John Wolf from Austin is visiting his son, Charlie, on Hairston Creek.
||FOR SALE--One good gentle work pony. Appply to L. L. Shipp.
|Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Wingren have been visiting Dr. Wilson's family in Killeen.
||House For Rent in east end of town. Hansford Stapp.
|Misses Alice Clements, Maudine Lauderdale and Bertha Atkinson visited relatives and friends in the Naruna section Saturday.
||Dr. W. A. Wilson will be here from Killeen on February 13 and 14 to do dental work.
|T. P. Dawson
who is selling vegetables to the workmen on the new San Saba railroad,
with headquarters at Lometa, visited Burnet friends first of the week.
||Bring me your green and dry Hides, Goat Skins and Furs. Heston Whitney
|Complaint comes from all over the state of the loss of port from the extremely warm weather.
||Oysters with a reputation--SEALSHIFT. Loveless' Restaurant.
|P. Paulson and son, Albert have returned from a business trip to Llano county.
||Cozy, Comfortable, Clean and Homelike. What is? Mrs. Bouchard's Pure Food Restaurant.
|Mrs. Mabel Perry from the Joppa neighborhood, visited Miss Minnie Landon last week.
||Go to Traweek's for the best Ribbon Cane Syrup, 60c per gallon.
|Harris Duncan has been in Wharton county and other places on business.
||Go to Fry & Walker's for your writing material.
|Miss Dora Rawlings who is teaching at Naruna, spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks.
||Cakes, Pies and all other kinds of eats like mother used to make at Mrs. Bouchard's Pure Food Restaurant.
| R. E. Johnson and Mr. Alexander were business visitors from Marble Falls Monday and Tuesday.
||Lewis H. Jones returned Saturday from his trip to New Orleans and reports an enjoyable time.
|Organs and Sewing Machines repaired. Apply at Stapp's Store. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
||All the regular Bulletin force,
except the editor, has been wrestling with the mumps since last issue,
and he is also ailing, but not to an extent that keeps him abed. Clyde Wingren is about all there is to the office this week, and he is carrying the double load nobly.
LATER: Clyde also has 'em this morning.
|Short orders a specialty at all reasonable hours. Chili, Tamales, Oysters, etc., at Mrs. Bouchard Pure Food Restaurant.
||The Bulletin is tussling with the Mumps this week, but with the editor still at the helm and the old reliable J. H. Cobb at the cases, it manages to get out on time.
|J. A. Jackson
attended the aviation meet at Temple last week and is enthusiastic over
the showing made by the flying machines. He says some of them
almost rival birds in their gracefulness and daring.
||Remember the reliable Darling
line when in need of a Cook Stove. See me for your trace chains,
single and double trees, etc. Can also fit you out in Poultry
Netting. Churchill, The Hardware Man.
|The San Antonio Express of last Sunday announced the approaching marriage of Lieutenant Gibson Sherrard, now stationed at San Francisco, California, and Miss Mae Largen of San Antonio. Lieutenant Sherrard is a son of Capt. and Mrs. D. G. Sherrard of this place, and requires no introduction to our readers. Miss Largen
has frequently visited relatives and friends in Burnet, and is a young
lady possessing unusual charm of person and manner. The Bulletin
takes pleasure in extending congratulations in advance to this popular