The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 62, No. 14, Ed. 1, Friday, February 11, 1949 Page: 4 of 8
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THE MVRTLETTTitIBUNf FridNiy FebrtoarVlf !$&
The Bartlett Tribune
and Newte '
Published Every Friday In Brirlett. Texno
RQUUKT C KORt) Editor unrt Publisher
-MR8. nODBRT'C. FOUD. AooclAto I-idlfor
Entered m decond-Clnss Mall Jlattef at Uio Postofflce at Bartlett. Taxaa
tender the Act of March 4. 1819.
NOTJUE Regular advertising ratoa will be charged for all cards of
ttanks and resolutions of respect. Notices .of entertainment whero an ad
.mWfoif Is derived theretrotn. will bp chanred at the regular advertising rates.
Shofncr Bill Would
Place Car License
Office In Bartlett
tture is adopted.
Other towns In Bell County
which would have . permanent
agencies would be Temple Bel-
ton and Killecn according to
Bartlett has been tenntively tentative plana submitted to Sen.
selected ns one of the towns in W. A. Schofncr of Temple by B.
which a full-time agent of the J. Amoy director of the motor
Stato Highway Department; vehicle division of the Highway
would bo located for the purpose
of issuing automobile licenses if
n bill introduced in tho Legisla-
Baby Chicks Now
Come in and let us book
your chick order now.
They are hatched from
big eggs produced by
select bloodtested breeders.
All kinds of poultry I
feeds and poultry sup-
plies. Custom Hatching
Will Bischoff Mgr.
Senator Shofncr is tho author
of a bill which would transfer
the duty of registering cars and
handling title transfer papers
from tho county tax assessor-
collector's office to agents of tho
Sfato Highway Department.
One of the reasons for having
more places that cars can be
registered in is that it will save
many people a trip to the court-
house and eliminated many
wasted hours of standing in line.
Let Us Take Care
Of Your Meat
Steaks Roapts Half or
Always Plenty of Good
Have a few Food
Lockers for Rent .
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT faith buoyed ' by 'hope in' 'our. Mrsfcula Thorite -Has -fc&ti
Hark "The. Bella are "ringing firm belief that the datkneafc visiting in Ternpte this week.
and tho Angels Uhorus in sing-nvmen casts us snaaow nere Do
ing a Heart welcome Jo Home as"
tho gateway to the eternal City
swung open to receive one of our
low will surely elsewhere bloom
forth into a glorious dawn.
Whereas our Heavenly father
esteemed and beloved brothers. fin his infinite Wisdom and good-
in response to the call Of our ness hfts seen fit to remove from
Supreme Grand Master our our midst and to call home our
Brother laid down his burdens
and ceased his labors here below
to resume them in that celestial
Lodge above where our Supreme
Grand Master forever- reigns
While hi3 body clothed in the
habiliments of death has been
deposited within the Tomb wo
esteemed and beloved brother A.
B. Conner and whereas our
fraternity has lost one of its
Honored and beloved members
and our community and state a
valuable patrioticand esteemed
And whereas his surviving
children have lost a loving fath-
Mrs. George Montgomery ''and
Miss Maitha Schrock visited in
Temple Friday. '"..'
Mr. rtnd Mrs. G. 'C.- Corrhany
were recent visitors in Corpus"
Christi with Mr. and Mrs.
Clinton Love and -daughter
Gifts' Jens1 sBpa ind panties
all )zsHt tfoxbldlt &N'op
. Mi's. jWlltbrf's". Bavla aiil' sorts
of San" Antonio Were ivefik-erwl
visitors here with Mr. .and Mrs..
Jim Hoisting and tfifn.
Mr. and Mrs.' . J ' 4BudVy";
Smith of Austin visited relatives
and friends hero xlurmg the-week-end.
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Know mat ma ooui snau rise m.er menu ana counselor. There-
Majesty like those of our de- for. be it resolved bv Bartlett
parted brothern and in the Lodge No. 692 Ancient Free and-
garden of our Father and our.AcBnnfpfl Mns'nns. nf Rnrtlnfh.
God shall blossom in eternal Texas that we tender to the'
spring. family of our deceased brother!
We grieve with his own be- our sincere condolence in this
If you buy milk that iW Suisse Mcsse.r'a Dairy printed on
the bottle cap you gel milk from cows that have been tested
for T. B.t Bangs and Mastitis. The cows' are milked inside .
6f screened in room on concrete floor. We do no hand Mill-
ing. All milking done with machine.
loved household because of the
personal loss that has' come to
them and to us in his parting.
The link is broken alike in the'
Home Circle as in our own frat-
ernal chain and while our
Hearts are heavy with sorrow
arid our eyes are dimmed With
tears becauseof this our great
loss ; Yet we are strengthened by
their 'great loss. And be it furth
er resolved that a copy of these
resolutions bo sent'to the family
of the deceased a copy spread
upon our minutes and u copy
given to tho local paper.
A. F. Gzarowitz
M. M7 Leatherman '
MEDICAL PRICES WILL
ShortngoH always ralso prices. Tho
Texatf Medical Association by rostrlct-
Jng enrollment In Texas medical
ttchnnlf. in Imrnlv nriiii?h tn ranlnpt
ilcathH and .retirements lias cut downj
our supply of doctors especially In our
rural areas thereby causing a shortr
ago and higher fees (or services whllo
3000 pro-mod students find tho gates
bqrrcd against them.
This sumo medical association now
plans to get control of the supply of
nil competitive heallmi professions so
they can cut off replacements In thosq
hcallnjr professions and .malco tho
shortage evon muro actito and thus
ralno tho prices hlghor than today.
The Basic Science BIU (S. II. C3)
Is designed to glvo tho Medical Associ-
ation complete control of nil branches
of tho healing arts and It' Is being
pushed by unlimited funds and a high-
priced lobby. If we tho people do not
-writer phono or visit our senators and
representatives wo Will have tills In-
famous legislation forced upon us
Tills Is a call for action. If you want
tho -names of your legislators phone
Ihlr iiowspapcr. Address letters to
them at Capital Station ustln. Stop
Hint Basic Sclcnco bill. Write wlro or
U to 36 months on balance
ADD A ROOM
PUT ON A NEW
INSTALL A FLOOR
PAINT AND PAPER
Material ami Labor
All On One Bill
. CnniERon & Co.
BOOK SEED CORN NOW
For Top Yields New No. 24 Yellow
For Top Prices New No. l'lW White
Other Romberg Texas Hybrids
FRIEDRICH GRAIN COMPANY
BARTLETT ' ' .
Tomecek Pontiac Co.
'. PONTIAC AND GMC SALES AND SERVICE
.'Now In Our New Location At oth and Adams
ht TEMPLE TEXAS r
' ' : Phone 3054
The Best Beer In Town
-Roddy Distributing Company
VISIT BOYD'S FOR
1 VALENTINE CANDY
"There are no finer Chocolates than -you will find
Jiere Kings and other well known brands. Choose tho
best- for your Valentine.
BOYD'S DRUG STORE
REMEMBER IT TAKES' THE CASH TO
GET THESE SPECIALS.
Gladiola Flour 10 lbs ....:... ...:.: .80
25 lbs. .;. ; "Li....... $1.70
so lbs :.jZ;:
Mrs. Tucker's Shortening 3 lb. crt. ..it..
Pure Cane Sugar in bag limit 1 5 lbs
Valley Rose Pineapple Juice' No. 2 can
2 for ! :..;
Peaches No.'l can 2 for. .29
Abbey-Whole Apricots in syrup
No. 2Vi can ' 23
Delco Blackeyed Peas No. 2 can .J. 13
Sauerkraut No. 2 can' ...........:..... 09
American Beauty Corn No. 2 can 13
Nu Crest Turnip Greens) No. 2 can 09
Pure Ribbon Cane Syrup Vt gallon .39
1 gallon .. .70
Toilet Tissue 3 rolls .............I.'....... ........... .25
Large Duz with .15c Coupon 28
Rath Luncheon Meat 12 bz. can .39
Minnesota Aged Cheese lb v .49
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Brakes with Npw Braking Ratios Extra-Strong
Pjsiier Unistcel Body Construction Improved
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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/m1/4/: accessed December 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.