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I II I——— II ——M— The price of the Mary Verna Mining Company's stock will be Fifty Cents per share after January 21, 1911. If interested, write or call on The Mary Verna Mining Co. 4446 Randolph Building. Memphis, Term. PATRONIZE TIMES’ ADVERTISERS; THEY’RE ALIVE l ABSTRACT OF THE TAX BOOKS • W >t. 4 ranrio ( oiinty. Showing the kind* and Aoinnnt of Real and I’rr'onal Property Taxed. Total va ue of land . .12.339,221 00 Total city and town lots '<24,360 00 R R track- b'dng*.etc 1,058.431 00 R R sidetracks, etc - 43.1-50 00 Total value .*4,265,161 00 Persons and Personal Property. ♦'■209 persons liable to poll tax.( 2'«>' horses. 176.270 00 4192 mules and asses_ . 342.980 00 97*4 cattle. 93 790 00 530 -beep and goats. 750 00 hogs . 19,500 00 234s vehicles. .>3.910 no 222 watches. 5,410 00 2»^t piano fortes. 20.8.50 00 (Wiodsand merchandise... 2**7.335 00 Material and manufactur ed articles. 114,910 00 Moneys and credits. 105,820 00 Invested in bonds, etc ... 4.s>«) 00 Property of bankers, bro er>- etc. '9.710 00 Other articles of jx rsonal property owned by such persons . 393,403 00 M oneys. property, etc., con verted into I’.S. or state bonds. 20,375 00 R. R. rolling stock . 120.79?, 00 Telephone iine>. 47.237 00 Telegraph and express companies property ... 12.223 00 Personal property. 1,830,0*16 00 Real and p'son l property *6,095,227 00 Taxes. Poll tax -"--.I 6.209 00 State g'n l purpose 1J mill 10,666 6-5 State school tax 3 mills .. ls.285 68 State pension tax l.j mill.. 9,142 84 State capitol fund 4 mill. 3,047 62 County taxes. County general-5 mills ... 30,476 12 Sinking fund > mill. 1,523 81 Roads and bridges 3 mills 18,28-5 os District school tax, 0, 5. 6 and 7 mills. 37,217 56 M unlcipal taxes 5 mills... 6,755 -57 Assessor and school fund Penalties. 2,032 06* Total amount taxes...* 143,642,53 Attacks School Principal. A severe attack on School Principal Charles H. Allen, ofSylvania. Ga.. is thus told by him: “For more than three years," he w rites. "I suffered indescribable torture from rheuma-! tiMn. liver an l stomach trouble and diseased kidneys. All remedies failed till 1 used Electric Hitters, hut four I !*jttle> of lids wonderful remedv j cured me completely.” Such results' are common. Thousands bless them' for curing stomach trouble, female complaints, kidney disorders, bilious ness. and for new health and vigor. Try them. Only oOc at al! druggists. Interesting. An event of exceptional interest is the future engagement of “The Cli max at tlie opera house. It is said that t lie instantaneous hit tlie comedy made at Weber s New York Theatre led to the cancellation of many of the one night stands in which it was hooked, to enable the managerjto ac cept contracts offered in the larger cities. The engagement in this city will lie kept, as Manager Pecker has an iron-clad contract to this effect. Strayed or Stolen. From range near Riverview, blue horse mule It' hands high, 7 years old, branded N on left shoulder; will pay lilieral reward for return or for information leading to his recovery, Naylor & Allen Co., Ronair, or, Naylor & Johnson Co.. Riverview. or. Jno. W. Naylor, Forrest City. I’rof. Thos. A. Karly to Lecure. Prof. Thos. A. Karly. special agent of the I . S. Department of Agricul ture. will deliver an Illustrated talk on “Corn and Corn Raising.” at the Imperial Theatre on next Saturday at 2 o’clock p.m. Every memtier of the St. Francis County Corn Club is requested to be present as this talk will set forth the plans of the clubs and give-detailed instruction to the lioys of the various clulis. The farmers and the business men of the town are requested to at tend this lecture on the latest and most scientific method of corn raising. There will be no admission charged anyone. Mr. Malouf has donated the use of the building and the picture machine for the occasion. Let all the farmers and business men come out and see the great work being done by the farmers of tlie South. The teachers of the schools of the county are earnestly requested to have their boys attend and hear I’rof. Early talk. A Fierce Might Alarm is the hoarse, startling cough of a child, suddenly attacked by croup, often it aroused Lewis Cliamblin of Manchester, <>., (R. R. No. 2) for their four children were greatly sub ject to croup. “Sometimes in severe attacks," lie wrote, “we were afraid they would die, but since we proved what a certain remedy Dr. King's New Discovery is, we have no fear. We rely on it for croup and for coughs, colds or any throat or lung trouble " So do thousands of others. So may you. Asthma, hay fever, la grippe. whooping cough, liemor- 1 rhages fly before it. 50c and ll.oo. Sold by all dealers. French Opera for Memphis. Manager Clarence Weis, of the Lyceum Theatre. Las just made p blic announcement of the fact that Mem phis is to be the recipient this spring of a short season of grand opera at the hands of the famous French Grand Opera Company of New Orleans, which on Monday evening. March 13. will inaugurate a series of seven perfor mances at Memphis' most lieauttful play-house. Wjth MardsGras week, the French Opera season in New Orleans ends, and prior to the opening of the com pany at the French < >p» ra House, Paris, on Monday. June 5th., the com pany w ill make a flying tour to the principal cities of America, on which Memphis will be one of the f< w cities to be visited. < >nlv one other town in the Sou tli is to l>e \ i<-ited. A t ant a the company going from here direct to Kansas City. < >ne of the most notable features of the performance of the French < >pera Company is tlie su|>erb orchestra of Bfty picked musicians under the tiaton .f M He la Fuente. w liich was brought I lirect from Paris with tlie company and which M Layolle is under heavy bond to the I'nited States Goverment to return to France at the cloee of the season in thiscountry. The orchestra lias been pronounced by many of the greatest musical critics of the country who heard it during the New Orleans >eason. to tie the greatest band of instrumentalists before the public today. For Memphis M. Layolle has selected i most attractive list of opera>. On Monday night, March l.'Jtli., the the season wili open with Massenet's gorgeous lyric drama. “Man >n" in which opera it will tie remembered Geraldine Farrar made her American lebut. On its presentation here Mile. Marie Louise Holland will he seen in the title role. Fontain. the company's marvelous lyric tenor, as the Chevalier Jes Grieuz, Montano as Lescaut. Mile. Gortez as Pousette, and Mile. Ceddes is Javotte. On Thursday night, March 14. “Faust" the immortal mast erpiece the wonderous Gounod, is to he the offering, with Morati as ••Faust,'' Miss Rachel Donaldson as Marguerite, (Iliberty as Mephisto, Moore as Valen tine. Mile. Ceddes as Se bel and Mile. Mea as Dame Martha. At the Wed nesday matinee “Carmen" will t>e sung, with Mile. Cortez in the name part: on Wednesday niglit the famous “Les Huguenots" will he the attrac tion: Thursday niglit is the red letter night of the week, when Messenet’s “Thais", in which Mary Garden made her phenomenal American hit, will le sung, w ith Mille. Holland in the name part and Mr. Moore as Athaenal. On Friday niglit M. Layolle announces “Rigoletto”, with F’ontaine, Moore, Huberty, Ileiber, Vergnes, M ss Don aldson, Mile. Nady P.lancard and Mile. Mea, while the engagement will he brought to a close at the Saturday matinee. March 11th.. with Deiebes' gorgeeous tonepainting “Dak me," with Mm. Morati, Montano, f'aillol, Reiiier and Combes, and Miles. Holland Dingry, Ceddes. Vincent and Mea. At each perpormance the celebrated ballet will appear, including Mile. Rachel Fahris. In journeying to Memphis tho F’rencli Opera Company requires the services of a special train of nine cars to transport the massive company of -00 people and the scenery and effects, all of which were constructed in Paris es. laily for this season s tour, as well as ■ i* costumes, for all of which M. La.io ,e i-> under a heavy cash bond to tiie l nited States Goverment to return to F'rance at tlie close of the I'nited States tour. Manager Weis lias gone to tremen dous expense to bring this immense organization to this city, and his efforts to give Memphis so great a musical treat should call for the most enthusiastic support on the part of our music-loving public. Din »A Lb—Pony, bug^v and har ness for sale. Applv to Dr. II. R. Clark. 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