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VOL. 28. Eiiril !* Enaeteft By Tie Recent Legislature. Providing for a central state < I*a l1I’/ hospital at Jackson, to be built only when the cifv of Jackson and the county of oimls -V 1 '* have cont j United each the ■'Cut 01 ->'2j,!too to the general expense fund. Providing for county agricul tural high schools, under a law modi tied so as to conform to the v.ecjsioii <d the state supreme '•"urt in decidiiii.' the Jasper c-.-jnty case, oas to eliminate (he race feature. i qualizing or r 'vising the salaries id executive. Judicial "and legislative ollic, rs, along the ion;- suggested by the special igisialive committee which sat during recess of the legisla * \ J j*(\ A pure food law, enacted u.long the lines of ami practical i.v c.onfoiming to the federal laws on the same subject. This l aw was the result of several years of study and effort. Abolishing tlie office of county ;<■ and municipal treasurer and in ben authorizing the establish I i* ‘‘lit of local depositories along Lie lines of the general state law. Providing for a state teachers’ liaii .ng school or normal college without appropriation, the insti tution to be built without cost to the state, under (he direction A a hoard of trustees composed of educators appointed by the g'.;v<- .o>r. A.aking provision for more thoroughly to-operating with ‘.ln* United States government in me eradication of the Texas lever, or eal tie tick, and for the <u* cation of hog cholera. Parrying an appropriation of j > A A "hog and homino” law, cou (erring authority on boards ol supervisors to make appropria tions for special premiums fur excellence in the* produeathm of farm pit.duets, fine cattle, swine and stock generally. Creating tine board ol trustees to exercise supervision over tin* Li ni versify of Mississippi, the Agricultural and Mechanical Ct liege. Industrial Institute and College an 1 Alcorn College. A gci eral rearrangement of the ciicnit court districts of the at ate and creating four addition al circuits, with appropriations fo t vi 1 the salaries of the jud ges and district attorneys so e'emud 'J!us law goes into ef fect M a i. 15)10- Providing lor r< lievit.g the pressure on the supreme court by creating the olfne of supreme court commissioner, and for the appointment of two lawyers to di.-charge the duties as such. Cfeating I he office of additional assistant 1 1 torney-general, at a salary of $2,000 a year; also additional stenographer to the attorney g -neral’s department; also a additional stenogarpner t(. the supreme court. A rearrangement of the chan cery court districts and creating two additional districts, known as the Ninth and Tenth, and appropriating money for the salaries of the two additional chancellors. Creating the office of county attorney, who shall be the state orosecuting and investigating "Acer tor his county, and provid that the salary of such attor shall run from S6OO to as fixed by the board of | supervisors. Making the unlawful sale of cocaine a felony, being a change I from the misdemeanor class, in which it has hitherto been in cluded, and subjecting the offen der to penitentiary sentence. Authorizing the board of trus tees of the penitentiary to pro cure 2.000 acres of additional land in the delta, and making provision for payment therefor, but no spcific appropriation. A law regulating inter-insur yince associations or interests, | and bringing them under the control of the insurance com mission. but fixing a nominal ; tee to he paid for transacting business. Conferring on municipal j officers the right to examine or have examined the plant and I machinery ol local public ser I vice corporations and utilities, and the right of condemnation where the conditions justify. Amending the statues relative to municipal primary elections, so that they shall conform as nearly as possible to the gener al primary laws of the state. Changing the terms of officers of code municipalities from two to lour years, also a piece of advance legislation. This con forms to the present plan in regard to state and county officers. Granting exemption from tax ation of such industries as may be established or may be in the course of establishment, for a period of ten years, for the pur pose of affording greater encour agement to such investments in the state. Providing for better sanitary regulation of hotels and taverns, for clean and sanitary linen, and in other ways providing for the comfort and cleanliness of the traveling public, Authorizing boards of super visors, especially in stock and sheep raising sections of the state, to levy a special tax on dogs, muzzling and generally providing for suppressing the vicious and predatory animals of tbat class. Amending the act creating the Tallahatchie drainage district S'i as to refer the question of issuance of bonds by the com missioners to the qualified voters of the district. No measure was more vigorously fought or successfully lobbied for than this. Authorizing the governor, au ditor and attorney-general to take the necessary steps, when occasion demands it, to issue bonds in the sum of $(500,000 for twenty years at 4 per cent, the proceeds to be devoted to ! meeting any deficit- that might iexist in consequence of increas ed a ppropriat-ions. Providing for the cession of co-operative jurisdiction with the state of Louisiana for the purpose of extending the police power in order to more effectul ly control the whiskey boat traffic ami foe better to appre hend escaping criminals and evildoers. Placing a privilege tax on automobiles used for hire and on public garages, as a means of raising additional revenue. Also placing a privilege tax on oil wagons, ami bringing this industry the better under control, as well as encouraging those engaged in handling such commodities along with other stocks of goods. Prohibiting the drinking of liquors on railway trains,-and fixing penalties for violation thereof, as well as to prohibit PATIENCE, tolerance: and triumph. PHILADELPHIA, MISS., THURSDAY, APRIL 28.1910. | SATISFACTION ■ | \ Satisfaction will be packed in with every suit leaving our house— \ A tr,l ly priceless gift and one you dare not overlook— | y < T he 1910 shipment of Two-Piece “Keep-Kool” Suits have just arrived— llt is beyond question the greatest array of clever, * t gnappy, individual, clean-fitting garments If 1-Tor Man and Youth that has ever passed our doors— ft A 8 to prices—you will find them hard to duplicate—impossible to beat P Come in to day and judge—patterns to tempt— || The sprightly youth—the conservative man. We have’em p Jn every size—for the slim the stout, the tall the short— f | |j! I Qu\y a glance—that’s all we ask other argument will be needed— t y | YOL’LL BUI. ° “SATISFACTION” |j| l| For Boys, For Young Men, For Old Men. |( I ..HENDERSON-MOLPUS COMPANY.. I fes? ■!? druukness on trains. Passed a constitutional amendment to he submitted to the people making circuit judges and chancellors elective, said amendment to be voted on this fall. A similar resolution proposing an amendment to the Oonstitu tion for an increase of the su preme bench from three to fiive judges failed to pass by one reading, ou the last day of the session. Prohibiting the use of sound arresters or mu tilers on pistols and rifles, and fixing penalty for the violation of the statue. Providing for a state lecturer by the board of health to preach the doctrine of household and municipal sanitation and hygie ne. A most important law this and one that will enable the ttate board to resume the field work begun two years ago, but discontinued for lack of funds- Confering authority ou hoards of supervisors to make donafsons to the support and maintenance of the Old Ladies’ Home, in proportion to the number of inmates from their counties who are provided with the shel ter afforded by that institution. Making the birthday of Gen. Robert E. Lee, January, 19 a state holiday. Appropriating the sum of $250 to he used under the direction of the Daughters of the Onfed eraucy for repairing and reno vating the Confederate ceme tery at Franklin, Tenn. Increased appropriations for providing pensions for blind, maimed, helpless and indigent soldiers and sailors of the Con federacy, and their dependent widows. Also increased ap propriations for sppport, main tenance and additional dormi tory room at the Confederate Soldiers’ Home at Beauvoir. These were the most impor tant of the general laws passed, which are now operative and which are calculated to cairy with them certain benefits of a practical and general nature, to foe taxpayers and citizens at A summary of the pro posed laws, introduced in the shape of hills and concurrent resolutions, would make up a large and interesting volume, and it is probable that some of these will be resurrected by another legislature—Commercial appeal. Chancery Summons. The State of Mississippi, To Nelie Sanford You are commanded to appear be fore tlie Chancery Court of the County of Neshoba in said state, on the 2nd Monday in May, A. D. 1910. to defend the suit in said Court of Husetus Sanford for divorce, where in you are a Defendant. This 11th day of April, A. I). 1910. F. B. Dewees, Clerk. To Farmers. We now have our new switch board installed and can take care of your lines for you. We bad this switch board equiped with drops especially prepared for farmer line use. Our rale is $3.00 per telephone for each and every telephone on the line for one year in advance. Exchange at Philadelphia switch board. Central Miss , Telephone Cos., by W. 11. Woodward, Gen. Mgr. Eggs. From S. C. Brown Leg horns. Thornhill strain. Heavy layers, Lay well during cold winter months. Prices f. o. b. Burnside re duced to .f 1.00 per 15. f1.75 per 30. Local chea per. Eggs carefully selected and safe delivery guaran teed. No stock for sale at present. iSavell Bros. Bout 2 Plattsburg, Miss. Foley’s Kidney Cure makes dridoeya and bladder right r f " s\ GO j Spivey-Ross Hardware Go., SUCCESSORS TO SPIVEY & MORROW, fi For your plow goods, shelf hardware, Deer- 1 iug mowers, stoves and ranges. They are I headquarters lor furniture of all kinds. I They call your special attention to their I H cots, matting, art squares and rugs. They ? now have on hand an assortment of doors I and sash. They sell paint and varni-hes i of all kinds. When in town call to see them, they will welcome you. * Spivey-Ross Hardware | Company. rAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Largest Monument Plant in the South } | National > < Marble & Granite Company, ? j UEIBIONKRB AND MANUFACTURERS ' J HIGH-CLASS MONUMENTS f J IN AN Y MAKBLK OK OHANITB. ? LA. DEES, Representative, Philadelphia, Miss. g. FV WWW w vvvvvvvvv vvy wjj NO. 48.