The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 62, No. 14, Ed. 1, Friday, February 11, 1949 Page: 3 of 8
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Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Berry were
visitors in San Antonio ladt Td
day; wheri they attended th
firti birthday anniveraat'y at
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pop
vteitetl in Houston Sunday.
Mrs. 0 h Jjarifce and Mrs 0.
L Langc Jivwero visitors in
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WITH STRONG VITALITY
NOW IN STOCK
bartLett PRODUCE CO.
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Crop Insurance Now
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PANGBURN'S AND GALES
Your Valentine Gift will be sure to please
if you select one of these fine Valentine ;;
Candies from our drug store. Remember too
the date is near Feb. 14.
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Federal Crop Insurance should
bo regarded by Bell County Cot-
ton Farmera as an essential part
of a well-rounded farm program
and its protection against finan
cial loss from crop disaster an
important addition to their farm
plans Tom L. Hatter believes.
Crop insurance on cotton can
be ohtained by applying through
the Bell County ACA Office for
a policy that protects the cotton
Investment against the many
production risks such as weath-
er Insects and plant diseases
that can but may not strike his
operations. It protects against
the unavoidable causes' of loss
that have struck down crops in
the county in the past and
against new causes of loss that
might move into the country for
tne lirst time this year of some
"No farmer would argue with
you that it isn't sound business
to protect What you invest" Mr.
Hatter pointed out. "They would
pay the added cost of such pro-
tection if it was provided
through guaranteed seed and
raise no question but many of
them seem to have a difficult
time reaching a decision that
money spent for a crop insurance
premium that provides them pro.
tection is a good investment if
they never have a loss. Insurance
provides protection. That's what
you buy. If you buy insurance be
cause you want to collect on it
no company would want your
business if they understood your
Federal Crop insurance is a
program through which protec
tion is provided to the farmer
who is willing to pay ri premium
to protect what he invests in a
crop Price support protection
for- crop dblsn'tpfovide any
protection to it farmer the year
when he not only fails io produce
a profitable crop but loses what
ho has Invested in his production
effort. Price supports assure the
farmer a reasonable profit in
years when he gets a good crop
while crop insurance protects
him against lo'ss if his crop fails.
"So wo urge all our Cotton
farmers who aro eligible to pro-
vide themselves protection of
their investment by applying for
Federal Crop Insurance."
Friday February lll4 THE
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Mi's. A. D. Serur and little son
Terry of San Marcos spent the
Week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. A. A. Barbas of Amarillo
was a visitors here last week
with Lila Hempel.
Mrs. Jewel Wickstrom was a
Temple visitor Monday.
far and Mi. Charlie Whitluf .
oi jarron spent ounoay wnn wr
and Mrs. William Whitlow.
Mr.vand Mrs H. W. McC&mr
were visitors in Georgetown Sun-
day. Mrs. John Naivar mother of
Frank and Ed Naivar is erkU-
ly ill in a Templo hospital
Friday Saturday '
MARSHALL OF AMARILLO
Allan "Rocky" Lane
Notice To Landlords
Stop worrying call H. A. Bittick Phone 30 Taylor Texai
for free estimates then have old and leaky roofs re-surfaced.
the American way by using American Oil and Paint
Company products an all long fiber and gum product with
no acid to damage old roof. Get a (en year factory guaranty.
H. A. BITTICK Taylor Texas
GRAND CANYON TRAIL
Roy Rogers '
Tues. Wed. Thur.
THE THREE MUSKETEERS
From where I sit ... Ay Joe Marsh !
Duke Gets His Tractor
Duko Thomas bought a farm with
the money he'd saved In the Serv-
ice but ho couldn't get a tractor.
He needed It badly but was tenth
on the local dealer's list
"Toll you what" old man Fetors .
says. "If thosq nlno fellows ahead
of you agree you'll get tho next
ono I get In." J'No thanks" says
Duko "I'll just tako my turn."
But old Potcrs malls out nlno
postcards. And tho other day ho
tells Duko his tractor will bo In
noxt week. "I simply wrote tho
facts to tho fellows ahead of you.
They decided It."
From whero I sit It'ij that spirit
of understanding that helps make
our democracy so great. Under-
standing for tho other fellow's
problems and respect for the other
fellow's rights whether It's his
right to earn a living his right to
cost his vote against your candi-
date or even his right to enjoy a
moderate friendly glass of beer or
ale If and when he chooses. Let's
always keep it that way!
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ARE YOU PROTECTED?
Do you have ample protection for the future? What if
your home caught fire today. . .would you be able to rebuild?
If you have not investigated our policies do sn today.
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P 0. Box 592?i Bartlett Texas
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Ford, Robert C. & Ford, Nora Mae. The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 62, No. 14, Ed. 1, Friday, February 11, 1949, newspaper, February 11, 1949; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth81775/m1/3/: accessed February 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.