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Till PA1HIAN, PAXII, TWTH.
U RIGHTS Case Originating in Madison County Passed On By Supreme Court. The Supreme Court handed down some interesting decisions Saturday. Amone them was one from the Madiaon county law docket, involving the prop erty rights of married women and in which was also raised the constitutionality of the act of 1913. which conferred the fact upon a married woman to contm her property. C. A. Parlow sought to collect rents from W, J. Turner, who contracted with Mrs. Parlow for the use of the property, and to whom he paid the rents. Turner refused to pay Parlow and was sued and de fended under the act of 1913, which S. J. Everett, the tria judge, held to be constitutional and Parlow appealed, and the Supreme Court affirmed the doc trine laid down by the lower court, and thus removes any further room to question the property rights of married worn en. Truck Growers Co-Operate. The Henry County Truck Growers' Association will unite with the girls' canning clubs and purchase their tomato cans in car lots in order to cut down the cost of production and enable the local producers to compete for the home trade and the trade in other markets. They wil take orders from other markets against competition. The toma toes will be canned according to government rules and instruc tions and will be sold under strong guarantee as to quality. Last year about 50,000 cans were put on the local market. This year the output will be more than -'oabled. Arrangements are be ''made to crate the early fresh tomatoes and place them upon the local and other markets The crop is unusually large and excellent in quality. Interest In Rural Credits. lhe tarmers and land owners of Henry county are showing much interest in the rural credit system which is now in opera tion in this county. The system is not difficult to understand and is considered by both banks and land owners an unprecedented opportunity for co-operative in vestment and development. Secretary Daniel, general mana ger for Te nnessee, has appointed L. C. Bnsendine representative for rural credits in Henry county, Other county representatives are being rapidly appointed over the entire State of Tennessee. Mr. Daniel says: "'We realize that it will be slow process, for it is new to our people, but they will soon see, and understand the plan that has made the European farmer the most prosperous and independent in the world." Sign Names 11,781 Times. Nashville, Tenn., June 21. Business of signing their names ,781 times each is just now engaging the attention of the state funding board, composed of Gov. Rye, State Treasurer Dunlap, Secretary of State Sneed and State Comptroller John B. Thomason. The bonds recently issued by the state in denom inations of $1,000 each arrived at Nashville Sunday night. It is the purpose of the board to finish the work by Saturday night and have the bonds ready to send back to New York to the parties who bought them. To Drive Out Malaria And Build Up The System Take the Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS cHll TONIC. You know what you are taking, as the formula is printed on every label, showing it is Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The Quinine drives out malaria, the lion builds up the system. SO cents W. J. Bryan Eleventh Secretary to Resign. Secretary Bryan is the eleventh United States official to resign the office of secretary of state in the last 120 years. Edmund Jennings Randolph, secretary of state, January, 1794, to August, 1795, was invited to resign, owing to charges made against him by Minister Fauchet of France. Timothy Pickering, secretary ot state, was asked to resign in 1800; refused, and was dismissed. Robert Smith, of Maryland, April 1, 1811. Martin Van Buren. of New York, April 11, 1831. Louis McLane of Delware, June 2, 1834. Daniel Webster, of Massachu setts. May 8, 1843. James Buchanan, of Pennsyl vania, March 7, 1849. John M. Clayton, of Delaware. July 22, 1850, James C. Blaine, of Maine, June 4, 1892. John Sherman, of Ohio", secre tarv of state. March 5. 1897, to April 25. 1898. resigned and re tired to private life. William R. Day, of Ohio, 1898, to become member of Spanish peace commission. Farmers Should Co-Operate Their County Papers. With The Record-Adviser, published at Houston. Va., is urging its rural subscribers to do just what we should like for our farmers to do give us the news from their farms to make our paper a sort of clearing house of ideas for farmers of this vicinity. Farmers do not use their loca Daners enoueh. and yet the C L papers afford the best and quick est ways to build up their farms and communities. Every far mer should tell his local paper about his successes on the farm and how they were achieved We are always glad to get i "farming story," for it enables U3 to spread 4h8 -nevs -el-pro gress in our vicinity. And no one needs a flow of eloquence to tell of his success. The facts of a farming success are eloquent in themselves. So write us. The editor can arrange the wording of it if such need be done No farmer should be too indif ferent or too engrossed in his own work to pass a good idea along to his fellowmen, thus giving them the benefit of his experience. Sach articles are always an inspiration to others. We well know the true and asting advancement of our com munity can come in no other way than through the upbuilding of our farms, and so it is not politi cal and social news we want any more than it is news from the farms. Odd Fellows Extend Sympathy. My dear Bro. Crutchfield: We know how futile it is to ad dress words idle words, it may be when words fail to convey our feelings of sorrow on recept of the advice of the death of your loving wife and faithful companion, Leila Tedro Crutch field. If fraternal love and ten der sympathy could soothe you, your burden would be lightened. Dear Brother, for this, we tender you all that is, of our United Brotherhood's fraternal, oving, tender sympathy and offer it to strengthen you in your great bereavement. Our grief teaches us how crushing must be your affliction, and we shall not say more than that the loss of your pure, good and affectionate wife is a source of deep sorrow to the numerous friends who had the privilege of knowing her. May theAlmightv God in his goodness, love and sympathy, console you in this dark hour of your tribulation. Be it resolved, That a copy of there resolu tions be given to our Brother. James P. Crutchfield and a copy to each of our local papers and the same recorded in our books. Fraternally Yours, J. Ben Schrieber, Secretary. 1 Canning Clubs Meet. Miss Rosamond Clark, Colla borator for Henry county Can ning Club held a great meeting last Friday on the lawn of the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Paschal, at Cottage Grove. The Canning Club girls were there and received some valuable and practicable instructions. A num ber of families were in attend ance for the day and quite a number of citizens went out from Paris. A picnic dinner was .spread upon the lawn and greatly enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Paschal make ideal host and hostess. The young ladies of the Henry County Canning Club, under Miss Clark's directions are plan ning for a great year. Last year about thirty thousand cans were placed on the market and sold. This year the combined efforts of the Girls Canning Club and the Henry County Truck Glower's Association will possiby turn out between sixty and one hundred thousand cans. The secretary of the Business Men's Club was present by spe cial request to explain the plans for co-operative buying and sell ing in order that the home mar ket may supply the home merchants at the same price that they are paying other mar kets. Mr. Daniel advised the young ladies that they' would be compelled to meet competition in order to build up the industry, and that the secret of the whole business lay in the co-operative buying of cans in car-load lots at reduced prices in order that they might sell at a price to meet competition. The Canning Clubs have virtually agreed to adopt this method. Only 5 PLUS for the Best "Non-Skid" PRACTICALLY all Non-Skid Tires that make serious claims to non-skid efficiency cost you 10 to 30 more than Plain Tread Tires of samebrand anrlmateriaL Goodrich Safety Tread Fires cost you only 5 more than our plain tread tires. Here's how and Why! 0 0 0 FORTY-FIVE years of Rubber working (in what is now the World's largest Rubber Fac tory) has taught us a few Kinks and Short-cuts that are not common to the Trade. One of these now comes to the help of your Pocket-book. Through the simple process of Thinking; Hard (and being Candid with ourselves) we have found a Short Cut to make the lest Safety Tread ever put on a l ire cost us only about 5 more than it costs to make the Plain- Tread of similar quality. Goodrich Safely Tread Tires cost you only 84 more than our own or any other plain tread tires. Note the f ollowing table of comparative prices on non-skid tires. 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The best Non-Skid Safety Tread ever put on the market, and it costs you only 55 more than our best plain tread tire. -3 B. F. Goodrich Company AKRON. OHIO Delinquent Taxpayers Take Notice! On the first Monday in July next, at the Courthouse door, Henry County, City of Paris, Tennessee, I will offer for public sale all the real estate be longing to delinquent taxpayers for the year 1914. , The following is a list of such delinquents, the districts in which the prop erty is situated, and the number of acres or lots in each, as follows: District No. 1 Adams. Jas A One lot bounded on the north by Porter, south by Jbryer, east Dy umngton, West by road; tax due bd5 Adams. J H One lot nicked up no boundaries; tax due $3 25. Adams, Asa One lot bounded on north by Martin, south by road, east by Rickman, west by Snow; tax due $4 90 Atkins, Lula (col) One lot bounded on north by Lewis, south bv Aclin. east bv L & N Ry, west by road; tax due $1.00. Berry, John, heirs One lot bounded on north by Berry, south by Aclin, east by L & N Ry., west by McGehee; one lot bounded on north by Alexander, south by Berry, east by L & N Ry., west by McGehee; tax due $2 25. Bradley & Jenkins, One lot bounded on north by Brewer, south by street, east Dumas, west by -Aclin: tax due $2 50. Burney, Sam One lot bound ed on north by Crawford, south by Dunlap, West by street: tax due $2 50. Brown, Mrs. W C beven acres bounded on north by King, south by road, east by Brooks, west by Crawford; tax due $7 25. Brown, Ned One lot bounded on north by M S road, south by Wynns, east by Turner, west by Porter; tax due $2 50- Burnett, Luther Three lots in Grand view addition; tax due 50c. Carter, & Ray One lot bound ed on north by road, south by Pryor, east by Carter, west by Aclin; tax due $1 25. Cavitt, Robt C Thirty-six acres bounded on north by Cav itt, south by Parkhill, east by Smith, west by Murrell; tax due $1 74. Cowan, Jessie 1913 and 1914 One lot bounded.on north by Lewis, south by Weinbaum, east by L & N Ry, west by road; tax due $6 50. Cox, John Fifteen acres no boundaries; tax due $4 35. Cook, T P-One lot bounded on north by Allen, south by street east by Martin, west by street; one lot in Freeman addition: tax due $1 75. Cooper, Annie (col) One lot bounded on north by Thompson, south b alley, east by Porter, west by Gallion; tax due $1 75. Crutchfield, Julia-One lot hniinrlfid on north bv McGehee. south by Crutchfield. east by L & N Ry, west by Mcbenee. tax due $1 00. Crutchfield, Anna (col) -One lot bounded on north by Snider, south by Snider, east by L & N Ry, west by Snider; tax due $1 25. Curtis, Nettie-One lot bound ed on north by Blythe, street, south by Jenkins, east by Jen kins, west by Brown; tax due $2 50. Differs. Lucv (col) Three acres bounded on north by Gallion, south by Atkins, east by Porter, west by Gallion; tax due $2 90. Dumas. Sam (col) One lot bounded on north by Jenkins, south by Allen, east by street, west by McCall. tax due $4 00. Dumas. Albert (col) One lot bounded on north by ally, south by Travis, east by ally, west by Hastings; $3 25. DunlaD. Dave One lot bounded on north by Thomason, south by Veltman. east bv Rickman. west by Lillie street; tax due $3 75, ! Ellis, G A -One lot bounded on north by Kusseii, soutn by Duncan, east by Aclin, west by Cherry, tax due 50c. Ellis. James Seventeen acres bounded on north by Jernigan, south by Ellis, east by Dame, west by Travis; tax due $4 35. Fields. Arch Six acres bound ed on north by Johnson, south by Crawlord, east by Erwin, west by Lankford; tax due $1 4o. Fields, Dee Threeacres bound ed on north by McCampbell, south by Biles, east by Frazier, west Biles; tax due $1 45. Fitztrera d. Malinda Une acre hounded on north bv Covington. south by Alexander, east by Fry er, west by Caldwell; one acre bounded on norjth by Aclin, south hv T, & N Rv. east bv L & N Ry. west by McGehee; tax due $7 .25. Fitch. L A seventy-two acres hnnnrlpH on north bv Frazier. south by Gabbard, east by Ellis, west by Holcomb. tax due &u. Freeland, Ralph Thirty acres bounded on north by Pullen, south by Johnson, east by Hancock, west by Martin; tax due $4 35. Garrett, Will One lot bound ed on north by Freeman, south by Gardner, east by Freeman, west by Morton; tax due $2 50. Goldsby, Edd-Two and one half acres bounded on north by Wisehart, south by Porter, east by Wisehart, west by Wisehart; tax due 87c. Graham, SR One lot bounded on north by Elm street, south by Williams, east by White street, west by N C Ry, tax due 25c. Green, Mann (col) One lot bounded on north by Fryer, south by Aclin, east by street, west by Fryer; tax due $1 25. Greer, Henry (col) One lot bounded on north by Palmer, south by Rickman, east by street, west by Dunlap; tax due $4 50. Howard, Oscar One lot bound ed on north by street, south by Dunlap, east by street, west by alley; tax due $1 50. Hudson, Will (col) -One lot bounded on north by Harris, south by Porter, east by Grainger, west by Freeman; tax due $8 75. Humphreys, Chas. Three lots in Henry addition; tax due $2 00. Harrell, Elisha, (col) One lot bounded on north by Smith, south by Lewis, east by street, west by street; tax due $1 25. Irion, Genie (col) One lot bounded on north by Winsett, south by Morris, east by Cole, west by Hutson; tax due $6 35. Jenkins, Charles (col) One lot, bounded on the north by Blythe street, south by Dumas, east by alley, west by Cole; one lot bounded on the north by Blythe street, south by branch, east by Bradley, west by Terty; tax $13 25. Jenkins, Emma One 1 o t, bouiTtlechrMi the north by branch, south by Durnas, east by Aclin, west by Dumas; tax $2 50. Jewett. Ballard (col) One lot, bounded on the north by M. S., road, south by Brown, east by Wynns, west by Bomar; tax $4 50. Lewis, Green -One lot, bound ed on north by Mosby, south by Aclin, east by Aclin, west by street; fcflt $3 00. Lewis, Tom One lot, bound ed on north by Harrell, south by street, east by street, west by Allen; tax $1 75. McFadden, Emel-Two lots bounded on north by McWilliams, south by Williams, east by P &M road, west by McGehee; tax $1 75. McKendrick, Gilbert (coll One lot, bounded on north by Russell, south by Ellis, east by McVey, west by Aden; tax $3 25. McVey, Louis (col) One lot. bounded on north by Aclin, south by Diggs, east by Russell, west by Russell; tax $3 75. Mobley, John Ore lot, bound ed on north by Diggs, south by Covington, east by Cherry, west by L & N Ry. ; thirteen acres, bounded on north by Crutchfield, south by Crutchfield, east by Travis, west by Covington; tax H 82. Muzzall, Randolph-S even acres bounded on north by Irion, south by Aden, east by Irion, west by Irion; tax $2 87. Nolan. G H One lot. bounded on north by L & N Ry., south by Road, east by G & O, west by Nants; tax $3 25. Nolan. Henry (col) One, lot bounded on north by Porter, south by Cooper, east by Porter, west bv Allen; tax $1 lb Patterson, Francis-20 acres, bounded on north by Patterson, south by Bruce, east by Erwin, west by Diggs; ten acres, bound ed on north by Caldwell, south by Cox, east by Crawford, west by Erwin; tax $4 64. Phelps, John Eigthteen acres bounded on north by Jernigan, south by Hathaway, east by Tre vathan, west by Travis; tax 5 80. Porter, Mariah (col) One lot, Sounded on north by Garyantes, south by Church street, east by Porter, west by street; one lot. bounded on north by Wisehart, south by Church street, east by Porter, west by Cowan; tax $5 00. Porter, C R (col) Ihree acres bounded on north by Patterson, south by Crawford, east by Cald well, west by Caldwell: tax $1 16. Ray, W P One lot, bounded on north by Kennon, south by Wynn, east by Caldwell, west by alley: tax$l 00. Russell, Archie (col) Three and one half-acres, bounded on north by road, south by Bomar, east by Caldwell, west by Mann; tax $4 35. Smith, Comodore-One 1 o t, bounded on north by Lewis, south by street, east by Hutson, west by Smith; tax $4 90. Sweeney, J B-Onelot, bound ed on north by McNeil, south by Wood street, east by Edwards, west by Travis; tax $5 00. Shafer, R H-One lot, bound ed on north by Crawford, south by Hutson, east by alley, west by Porter; tax $12 00. Stamps, Dora (col) One lot, bounded on north by Lewis, south by R R, east by L & N Ry., west by Cowan: tax 1 25. Terry, Lewis-One lot, bounded on north by Blythe street, south by branch, east by Jenkins, west by Aclin, tax $4 50. Thompson, Henry Two lots. I bounded on north by Krider, south by Willis, east by Krider, west by Porter; tax $4 50. Travis, Robt One lot, bound ed on north by Dumas, south by Lankford, east bystreet, west by Hastings; tax $5 75. Travis, FE-One lot in Rick man addition; tax 50c. Vandyck, Willie (col) One lot bounded on north by Fryer, south by Jones, east by Aclin, west by Aclin; tax $3 75. Vandyck, Luther (col) -House and lot; tax $4 00. Warren, John (col) One lot, bounded on north by Freeman, south by Cherry, east by Tank street, west by Tyrie! tax $4 32. Warren, John One lot, bound ed on north by Pryor, south by Aclin, east by Aclin, west by Clark; tax $5 25. Willis, James-One lot bounded on the north by Allen, south by Boothe, east by Fryer, west by Fryer, tax $4.90. Williams, J F One lot, bounded on the north by alley, south by Bruce, east by street, west by McNeill, tax $2 50. Williams, F & I -1U0 acres, bounded on the north by Porter, south by road east by 1' & M road, wst by Fitzger ald; tax $11 50. Wiley, Wilton-One lot. bounded on the north by Pemberton, south by Sny der, east by Love, west by Jones, tax $4 35. Whitnoll, Gerd One acre bounded on the north by Parkhill, south by Park hill, east by Parkhill, west by Mc Campbell; tax $2 29. , District No. 3 Ellis, J N 74 acres, bounded on the north by Fowler, south by Holland, east by Sweeney, west by Adams, tax $9 25. Eperson, Mrs. Ada 70 acres, bound ed on the north by VanCleave, south Dy Jiowuen, east bv Nichols, west by I vanuieave; tax a . Giles, W II 70 acres, bounded on the north by Boothe, south by Maddox, east by Bomar, west by Blackwood, tax $0 00. 1. dford, Mrs- V B 21 acres, bound ed i! i the north by Muzzall. south by Cole, east by P road, west by Neal tax ?! 45. Toler. Henry 1G0 acres, bounded on the nor h by Harmon, south by Kelley, east by :Iarmon, west by Wright; tax $.) 25. District No. 4 Haynes, Harry, heirs Two acres, bounded on the north by Walton, south by G;ird;n, ast by Walton, west by Howard; tax 75 cents. 1 'istrict No. 5 Warren, h-i; s - One lot, bounded on the north by I (liver, south by Brisen dine, east by Humphreys, west by Walton, tax 58 vnts. District No. G McClarin, Mrs Laura. -O n e lot, b3unded on the n rh by alley, south by street, east by K R. west by M. E. Church; tax $5 00. District No. 7 King, Martha (col) 63 acres, bound ed on the north by Cul-pper, south by Barnhill, east by Kay. v est by Stagner; tax $2 .03, District No. 8 Lightfoot &. Anderson 38 acres, bounded on the north by Nored, south by McGehee, east by Blakemore, west by Oliver; tax $2 90. District No. 9 Boyd, Robert-71 acres, bounded on the north by Thompson, south by Dun lap, east by Thompson, west by Thomp son; tax $2 61. District No. 10. Huddlcston, Mrs. Sallie--1 16 acres, bounded on north by Cowan, south by Hopkins, east by Hopkins, west by In gram; tax $3 77. District No. 11 Dortch, Bob--9 acres, bounded on north by Shankle. south by Moody, east by Pierce west by by Hicks; tax $2 58. Grogan, Ellis (eol)--l-2an acre, bound ed on north by Stall, south by Fitch, east Stall, west by Road; tax 29c. Graham, heirs--00 acres, bounded on north by Comer, south by Crossno, east by S. river, west by Fransisco, tax $1 74. 1 District No. 13 Dunaway, R H-1250 acres, bounded on north by Kentucky, south by Dod son, east by Tenn. river, west by Rat teree; tax $66 70. I Upchurch, Johnson sr, (col) -67 acres, bounded on north by Blakemore, south by Cooper, east by Gray, west by Rob erts, tax $4 35. I District No 14 j Pamar, David, heirs-500 acres, bounded on north by Weldon, south by Cherry, east by Gray, west by Lashlee; tax $11 60. District No. 15 Dodd, R L--33 acres, bounded on north by Kentucky, south by Page, east by Page, west by Miller; tax 7 25. Myers & Son-One lot, bounded on north by Kentucky, south by Wilson, east by Winsor, west by Wilson, tax 29c. Wright, G A--100 acres, bounded on north by Swift, south by Finnie & Jones, east by Tarkington, west by Finnie & Jotjes; tax $21 75. and if said sale is not completed on the said first Monday in July, the same will continue from day today until com pleted. W. T. Young, Trustee. And Mavbe Thev Can. One-third of the fools in the country think they can beat a lawyer expounding the laws. One-half think they can beat the doctor in healing the sick. Two-thirds of them think they can put the minister in the hole expounding the gos pel, and all of them think they can beat the editor running a paper. Ex. No, Six-Sixty-Six This it a prescription prepared especially for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER. Five or six doses will break any case, and if taken then as a tonic (he Fever will not return. It acts on the liver better than Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c Insolvent Notice. To the creditors ot W. A. Haggard, deceased : You are herey notified to file you claims, duly authenticated, with the Clerk of the County Court of Henry County, Tenn., by or before the 7th day of September, 1915, to the end that pro rata distribution may be made among the creditors, the suggestion of insol vency having been made. D. E. Bomar. Administrator. Paris, Tenn., 7th day of June, 1915. WAR HOSPITAL DISINFECT0R Device used for the dislnfectine of bedding and clothing at the dtichesa of Westminster's hosDltal at Le Tou- quet, France. Revenue In the Kitchen. "Walter, I want to thank vnn fV,r this soup. It Is richer and thicker than any I ever had here before." Yes, sir. Just confidentially Rir the chef had a row with th hnR.' and the way he's wasting stuff Is a saution. III' . S