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Theus-Zaehry. Co.
VOL. 19.
NO. 266





President Says the Schedules Must Be
Radically Changed to Square With
Present Conditions, but Work Re Requires
quires Requires Careful Consideration.
Washington, April 8. President
Wilson's first message to the Sixty Sixty-third
third Sixty-third congress, assembled In extraor extraordinary
dinary extraordinary session, was read in the senate
and house today. It was surprising surprisingly
ly surprisingly short, being in full as follows;
To the Senate and House of Repre Representatives:
sentatives: Representatives: I have called the congress together
in extraordinary session because a
duty was laid upon the party now in
power at the recent elections which it
ought to perform promptly, in order
that the burden carried by the people
under existing law may be lightened
as soon as possible and In order, also,
that the business interests of the
cpuntry may not be kept too long in
suspense as to what the'nscal changes J
are to be to which they will be re required
quired required to adjust themselves. ft is clear
ttt tfte whole country that the tariff
duties must be altered. They must
be changed to meet the radical altera alteration
tion alteration in the conditions of our ecnomio
life which the country has witnessed
within the last generation.
While the whole face and method of
our industrial and commercial life
were being changed beyond recogni recognition
tion recognition the tariff schedules have re remained
mained remained what they were before the
change began, or, have moved in the
direction they were given when no
large circumstance of our Industrial
development was what it is today.
Our task is to square them with the
actual facts. The sooner that is done
the sooner we shall escape from suf suffering
fering suffering from the facts and the sooner
our men of business will be free to
thrive by the law of nature (the na nature
ture nature of free business) instead of by
the law of legislation-and artificial ar arrangement.
rangement. arrangement.
Business Not Normal.
We haye seen tariff legislation
wander very far afield in our day
very far indeed from the field in which
pur prosperity might have had a nor normal
mal normal growth and stimulation. No one
who looks the facts squarely in the
face pr knows anything that lies be beneath
neath beneath the surface of action can fail to
perceive the principles upon which
recent tariff legislation has been
based. We long ago passed beyond
the modest notion of "protecting" the
industries of the country- and moved
boldly forward to the idea that they
were entitled to the direct patronage
of the government. For a long time
. a time so long that the men ?ow active
in publi& policy hardly remember the
Conditions that preceded it we t have
sought in our tariff schedules to give
each group of manufacturers or pro producers
ducers producers what they themselves, thought
that they needed in prder to
maintain a practically exclusive
market as against the rest of the
world. Consciously or unconsciously,
we have built up a set of privileges
and exemptions from competition be behind
hind behind which it was easy by any, even
the crudest, forms of combination to
organize monopoly; until at last noth nothing
ing nothing is normal, nothing is obliged to
stand the tests of efficiency and econ?
pmy, in our world of big business, but
everything thrives by concerted ar ar-rangemept.
rangemept. ar-rangemept. Only new principles of
actio! will save us from a Anal hard
crystallization of monopoly and a
complete loss of the influences that
quicken enterprise and keep inde
pendent energy alive.
Jt is plain what those principles
must be.- We must abolish everything
that bears even the semblance of prjv
Jlege or of any kind of artificial ad advantage,
vantage, advantage, and put our business men
and producers under the stimulation
of a constant necessity to be efficient,
economical, and enterprising, master
of competitive eupremacy, better
workers and merchants than any in
the world. Aside from the duties laid
, "win articles which we do not. and
prooaDly cannot, produce, therefore,
and the duties laid upon luxuries and
merely for the sake of the revenues
they yield, the object of the tariff du duties
ties duties henceforth laid must be effective
competition, the whetting of Ameri American
can American wits iy contest with the wits of
the rest of the world.
Development, Net Revolution.
It would be unwise to move toward
this end headlong, with reckless
haste, pr with strokes that cut at the
very roots of what has grown up
amongst us by long process and at
pur own invitation. It does not alter
a thing to upset it and break it and
deprive t of a chance to change. It
destroys it We must make changes
in our fiscal laws, in our fiscal system,
whose object is development, a more
free and wholesome development, not
revolution or upset or confusion. We
must build up trade, especially for foreign
eign foreign trade. We need the outlet and
the enlarged field of energy more
than we ever did before. We must
build up Industry as well and must
adopt freedom in the place of arti
flcial stimulation only so far as it will
build, not pull down. In dealing with
the tariff the method by which this
may be done will be a matter of Judg Judgment,
ment, Judgment, exercised item by item.
To some not accustomed to the ex
citements and responsibilities of
greater freedom our methods may In
some respects and at some points
seem heroic, but remedies may be
heroic and yet be remedies. It is our
business to make sure that they are
genuine remedies. Our object is clear.
If our motive is above Just challenge

ana only an occasional error or judg judgment
ment judgment is chargeable against us, we
shall be fortunate.
We are called upon to render the
country a great service in more mat matters'
ters' matters' than one. Our responsibility
should be met and our methods should
be thorough, as thorough as moderate
and well considered, based upon the
facts as they are, and not worked out
as if we were beginners. We are to

deal with the facts of our own day,
with the facts of no other, and to
4X10. zvp Act- w 9 uivu 4uai w vitbu .w-
facts. It is best, indeed it is neces-
sary. to begin with the tariff. I will
urge nothing upon you now at the
opening of your session which can ob-
scure iudv uist uujftt ui invert um
energies from that clearly defined i
duty. At a later time I may take the j
liberty of calling your attention to re- i
forms which should press close upon
the heels of the tariff changes, if not
accompany them, of which the chief
is the reform of our banking and cur-
rency laws; but just now I refrain.
For the present, I put these matters
on one side and think only of this one
thing of the changes in our fiscal
system which may best serve- to open
once more the free channels of pros prosperity
perity prosperity to a great people whom we
would serve to the utmost and
throughout both rank and file.
The White HouseApril 8. 1912.'
Grandma Talks
About Babies
lias a large Circle of Listeners Who Prof
it by Her Wisdom and Experience,
In almost any settled community there'a
a grandma who knows Mother's Friend.
Not only 13 she reminiscent of her own
experience, but it was through her recom
mendation that so many young, expectant
mothers derived the comfort and blessing
ft, this famous remedy.
' Mother's Friend is applied externally to
the abdomen, stomach and breasts, allays
all pain, avoids all nausea, and prevents
taking of the breasts.
It is quickly and wonderfully penetrating,
permits the muscles to expand without the
strain on the ligaments, and prepares the sys system
tem system so thoroughly that the crisis Is passed)
almost without the slightest distress. Thus
there need be no such thing as dread or fear.
4 No better nor more cheering advice can
be given the expectant mother than to sug suggest
gest suggest the use of Mother's Friend. She will
take courage from the beginning. The daya
WiH be cheerful, the nights restful. Thus
the health is preserved, the mind i$ tu
repose and the period is an unending one
it quiet, joyful anticipation. ?
You can obtain Mother's Friend of any
druggist at $1.00 a bottle. rx not forget
nor neglect to be supplied with this greatest
remedy ever devised for motherhood. It i
unfailing. Write at once to Bradfield IteguT
lator Co., 133 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.,
for their very Interesting and instructive,
book of advice for expectant mothers,
Thcnc 211 Ocala. Ha.
Rooms O, 10 nuil 11, Second-Floor.
Holder T.Ick.
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
Real Tsfaie and Investment
Ocala, Florida.
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Rooms 2-6 Gary Butiatngr, Ocala, Fla


?ChJef Exccutive, in His Message, Asks
Florida Legislature to Change
Many of the Statutes.
Tallahassee, April &. The general
assembly of Florida met in its bien-1
nial session today. Immediately af-
ter the senate and house convened,
Gov. Park Trammell's message was ;
read. It follows in part: i
; Executive Of3ce,
State of Florida, j
To the Florida Legislature:
In compliance with Section 9. Ar-'
tide IV of the Constitution, which
provides that "The governor shall
communicate by message to the leg legislature
islature legislature at each regular session, in-;
formation concerning thp condition of ;
the tato, and veco'inniend such meas meas-Jures'as'
Jures'as' meas-Jures'as' he may deem expedient' I
, rpectfully transmit this, my mes-:
sage, for the consideration of your
honorable body, ;.. ;
Condition ..of the' Stats.
, It is with much gratification that
I report that aJong all lines the con-'
, ditions of our state is most satisfac-,
Financial Condition of State. j
: The' report of the state treasurer'
shows that the financial condition of
the state Is good. On March 31,. 1913,
theie was in the general revenue
fund $373, 77G.61, and a ?afe balance
in all of the other funds. j
! Recommendations. ;
i- For your consideration and for.
such action thereon as your wisdom
directs, I wish to submit my views
and recommendations relative 'to the
measures which I deem expedient, un under
der under their respective heads, as follows;
Fund to Guarantee .Dank Deporitors.
That depositors may be secure,;
that ban!; faHures may become mini- ;
mued, that the greatest cause for pro-
ducing panics may be materially re reduced,
duced, reduced, I le.?evf a measure providing
for and requiring the banks to main-
. tain a bank guarantee fund should be
enacted, and I so recommend. j
Interest on Public Funds.
At present' interest is required cn
. ik'.e funds cn deposit, the state re receiving
ceiving receiving two and one-half per cent,
on daily balances. The law should
r.'sn require banks, to pay into: en cn
C -posits" of coanty funds, it should
rl'n provide for the-state and coun-tio-s
receiving bids from the banks
oj the Htate for the deposit o! the
Reduction of Interest Ra4e.
I respectfully recommend that a
law be tnacted changing the legal
late of-interest from eighi lo six per
pent, ?rd ihe rate which is al-.
lov. ed to he charged by contract be
i-hanged from ten 1o eight, per cent. :
Abolishing Office of County "TreasuJer
A constitutional amendment to abol abolish
ish abolish the office of county treasurer at i
th; expiration of the terms of the
'pvesciit incumbents, should be subm't-
ted foe ratification or rejection, by Lhs
fltctors at tne next general elec4oa.
jn my opinion, the amendment ehouid
provide thit the county tax assessor
' sha'l perform the duties now in-i;:n-Lcnt
upon the county treasurer. Fa Favorable
vorable Favorable consideration of such a c,r c,r-rriUTtion.i!
rriUTtion.i! c,r-rriUTtion.i! amendment is strMurly ieo ieo-ommrnied.
ommrnied. ieo-ommrnied. .'"-'
Repeal Law Giving Lands to Rai rcrps
i T i ffti that a In v.- to enicte,! ren rul
ing euou j.z ui iue utnorji .fa--vte,
which constitutes ovr .pivmj-it
lr.v yicvilins- for mil ord imd
t Change in Convict System,
. I believe that provision should be
made for the discontinuance of the
Jcase system; that the able-bodied
male prisoners should be used as far
as practicable in building, and repair repairing
ing repairing roads; that the infirm male pris prisoners,
oners, prisoners, female prisoners, and those of
the prison population who are not
it?ed by the counties in the building
and maintaining of public roads
should be kept at the state prison
farm when established in Bradford
county. Such change can, and, in
my, opinion, should be accomplished
by legislation that will not require
a levy of direct taxation for the ex expense
pense expense incident to the preparation for
the change. To inaugurate a new new-plan
plan new-plan for the handling of the state
prisoners and to abolish the present
lecrse system I recommend the enact enactment
ment enactment of a law providing:
1st." For the withdrawal "of the pris prisoners
oners prisoners from the lease system in rea reasonable
sonable reasonable installments.
2nd. For the raising of funds from
the prisoners temporarily leased, to
defray the expense of building up a
prison, farm and meeting the other
expenses incident to making a change
in the system.
3id. For the counties, if they desire,
to take over the able-bodied prison prisoners
ers prisoners at the time of the installment al allotments
lotments allotments to be used in public road
- work.
1 4th. For the care and maintenance
of the infirm male and women pris-
oners, at the state prison farm to be
'established in Bradford county.
To carry out these purposes in a
manner which will require no taxa-
ltiOQ or burden upon tne state or
! counties, and at the same time ac ac-Iccmplish
Iccmplish ac-Iccmplish the change of the system
' I within a reasonable time, I have pre prepared
pared prepared a bill coveinng my ideas of the
details of the change. This bill you
' will ffhd appended hereto, and 1 re respectfully
spectfully respectfully submit the same for your
i Authority to Parole Prisoners.
i The bo4 of commissioners of
! state .Ins-tit ions should be given au authority,
thority, authority, to f grant parole to prisoners
! either upon bond made payable to the
governor, or without bond when
deemed advisable, and I recommtnd a
t measure granting such authority.
State Prison Farm.
It is deemed to be a matter of the
highest importance that the present
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legislature make proper and adequate
provision for equipping the prison
farm of 1G,S67 1-2 acres in Bradford
county, and providing for its use, as
was contemplated, by the Acts of 1&09
and 1911.
Limit Campaign Expenditures and Pro Prohibit
hibit Prohibit Corrupt Practices.
The primary and election laws
should be so perfected that all op opportunity
portunity opportunity for fraud and trickery ia
elections shall be removed and cam campaign
paign campaign expenses reduced to the mini minimum.
mum. minimum. I respectfully recommend the
enactment of a primary election law
which will provide:
1. A specified limit or maximum
which may be spent by or on behalf
of or in any manner in furtherance
of the candidacy of any candidate
for each of the elective offices feder federal,
al, federal, state and county.
2. Specifying clearly the purposes
for which it will be legal for any can candidate,
didate, candidate, or for any person or commit committee
tee committee or club or other organization of
persons, to expend, directly or indi indirectly,
rectly, indirectly, the amount authorized by law
to be spent in behalf of the candida candidacy
cy candidacy of any candidate for office.
3. That no candidate, citizen, po political
litical political committee or club, or other or organization
ganization organization of persons shall be : allow allowed
ed allowed to employ political speakers or po political
litical political workers, and shall not be al allowed
lowed allowed to compensate any such speak speaker
er speaker or worker, directly or indirectly,
or to pay their traveling expenses or
other expenses,
4. That a sworn statement -of all
campaign expenditures made by any
citizen or association of citizens or
club shall be made in duplicate and
filed within six days from the date of
the expenditure. One copy thereof
shall be filed with the clerk of the
circuit court of the county which
the expenditure was mad4, and one
copy shall be filed, with the secretary
of state at Tallahassee.
u. Tat sworn detailed Itemized
Statements of expenditures made, of
contributions received and of out outstanding
standing outstanding obligations in any wise per pertaining
taining pertaining to a candidacy for public of office,
fice, office, by a candidate or his campaign
manager or campaign committee,
shall be made ir duplicate if such can candidacy
didacy candidacy is for 3 state or national of office.,
fice., office., and one eopy thereof shall be
filed with the clerk of the circuit court
of the county where the candidate re resides
sides resides and the other copy shall be filed
with the secretary of state at Tal Tallahassee,
lahassee, Tallahassee, not more than thirty-five
days nor less than thirty days prior
to the date of the primary. -A similar
statement shall be so filed not more
than twenty-five nor less than twenty
days prior to the day of the primary,
and another such statement shall be
so made and filed not: more than
twelve nor less, than eight days prior
to the day of the primary. Within
ten days after the primary another
statement covering all such items
shall' be so made and filed. Said re requirements
quirements requirements to also apply as far as ap applicable
plicable applicable to the second primary. That
if the can didate aspires to an office
to be voted upon by the voters of only
one county, such statements shall be

filed only in the county where h,e re- j
6. That upon every piece of litera literature
ture literature or campaign article published
and circulated the name of th per person
son person having it published or circulated
shall thereon appear. If published" or
circulated by a club, or a committee,
the" name of the chairman $nd secre secretary
tary secretary shall appear.
7. That every candidate, campaign
manager, campaign committee or poli political
tical political club, shall at least six days prior
to the day of publishing or circulating,
any charge or attack against a can candidate,
didate, candidate, serve a copy of the same on
the party against whom the charge or
attack is to be made and if the re reply
ply reply to such charge or attack contains
ay charges that do not directly arise
from the attack which is being an answered,
swered, answered, a copy of the reply shall be
served upon the party to whom reply
is being made at least five days prior
io its publication.
8. That all persons who upon a
promise of pay or for pay does any
speaking, or political work, for or
against a candidate shall be punished
by a heavy penalty,
9. That an appropriation of a rea reasonable
sonable reasonable sum shall be made for the
purpose of the detection of violations
of the primary law.
All other provisions necessary to
give us a strong primary law should
be added,
Voting In Primary Elections.
The primary elections, being re restricted
stricted restricted to the white voters, mere ir irregularities
regularities irregularities in marking the ballot, if
the intention of the voter is crearly
Indicated, should not' be cause for
throwing out the ballot. The pri primary'
mary' primary' law should be so amended as
to provide that where a voter's In Intention
tention Intention is clear on the ballot, the vote
should be counted, though technically
there might be an error in the mark marking
ing marking of the ticket.
Traveling Men and Railroad Em Employees
ployees Employees Right to Vote When Ab Absent
sent Absent From Home.
Many traveling men and also a con considerable
siderable considerable number of railroad em
ployees, who are qualified voters of
this state,' are often deprived of the
privilege of voting on account of their
- absence from the county in which
i they are registered, upon the date of
the primary or election. That they
may be allowed to vote when absent
from their home county, I recommend
the enactment of a law providing that
i a traveling man or railroad employee
or other voter who ia required to be
absent from his home upon present
ing his registration certificate, his
poll tax receipts, and satisfying the
election officers as to Ws identity,
and that he has not voted in hl3 home
county or any other county or pre-
Cinet and will not be able to do so.
shall be allowed to vote for national
. and state officers at the place, where
: he may be, and, that his vote shall
be restricted to such officers, the law
t should provide that he shall be fur-
! pished with only that poftion of the
I -ticket covering national and state of-
ficers. Such law to provide suitable
penalties for any effort to" vote or for
voting at more than one place.
Appropriation for Detection of Elec
tion Frauds.
A law should be passed providing
an appropriation of a reasonable sum.
which may be used by the governor
or the attorney general, for the pur
pose of employing: detectives and
special agents to detect and have
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punished any violations of the elec election
tion election or the primary election laws.
Direct Election of United States
Under date of May 17, 1912, the sec secretary
retary secretary of the United States, transmit transmitted
ted transmitted to the governor of this state a
certified copy of a resolution of con congress,
gress, congress, entitled "Joint resolution pro proposing
posing proposing an amendment to the consti constitution
tution constitution providing that senators shall
be elected by the people of the several
I strongly recommend that the said
proposed amendment of the United
States constitution be ratified by the
Legislature at the present session.
The Common Schools.
The great masses of the children of
this state are dependent entirely upon
the common school for their educa education.
tion. education. But few comparatively ever
have the opportunity to acquire a col collegiate
legiate collegiate education.
Our state colleges are worthy of
support and are indeed a credit to
Florida; but I would recommend equal
attention to the needs and the up upbuilding
building upbuilding of the common schools. The
need, as I see it, is for more unifor uniformity
mity uniformity in the length of term, in equip equipment
ment equipment and In the salaries paid teach teachers.
ers. teachers. Additional Inspector for Rural
1 submit for your consideration the
wisdom of providing for one additional
inspector for the rural schools.
Agricultural, Mechanical and Domes Domestic
tic Domestic Science Training In the Pub Public
lic Public Schools.
I recommend the enactment of a
law- which wculd provide for the
teaching of at least the elementary
principles of domestic science and, as
far as practical, mechanical training
in the public schools of the state.
Equal Length Terms of Town and.
Country Schools.
It Is my opinion that the country
schools should be maintained from
the general school fund for terms
equal to those provided for the town
and city schools. A law should be
passed so providing.
Make Ladies Eligible for School
. Trustees.
Believing in many instances tt
would le wise to have a lady upon
the board of sub-district chool trus trustees,
tees, trustees, I recommend the enactment of
a law which, will permit them repre representation
sentation representation upon said local boards.
Libraries for Public Schools
I recommend a law making H the
duty of the county board of public
instruction in each eounty to provide

for circulating school libraries to con-j
tain ncit less than fifty volumes each,
the number of libraries to be not les.s
than one to every ten schools, and to
provide for the care, of. the libraries
and their from one school
to another, r
Prohibit Employment of Teacher
With Tuberculosis.
That the health of the school chil-i
dren may not be endangered, I recom recommend
mend recommend the passage ot a law providing
that no perso shall be employed la
the publie schools or college of the
6tate"as teacher, principal or superin
tendent, when afficted wltlx pulmonary
tuberculosis, and shall not be retained
n any such, position when so afflict
Bonds for Special Tax School Dis
The interests of the public school'
system will be admirably served and
greatly advanced if appropriate legis legislation
lation legislation is enacted at the present ses session
sion session to make operative the constitu
tional amendment providing for
special school tax districts to issue
bonds. I earnestly recommend that
this important matter have your care
ful consideration.
Sate State School Lands on Install
A good law would be one to autho
rize the state board of education to
sell state school lands on reasonable
County Agricultural and Horticultural
The demonstration work which has
been carried on by the State Univer
sity and the federal government has
made apparent the value to our farm farmers
ers farmers and fruit growers of agricultural,
horticultural and stock breeding de demonstrations.
monstrations. demonstrations. I recommend that a law be passed
authorizing the board of county com commissioners
missioners commissioners of each county to employ-
such agricultural and horticultural de
monstrator when in their Judgment it
would be profitable to do so, and when
deemed advisable, toauthorize such
agent to employ assistants, The law
should allow two or more counties to
jointly employ such demonstrator
Agricultural Prizes for Boys and Girls.
Any policy which tends to encout
age and increase agricultural arlYt-
ties Is of unquestionable value to, our
state. I suggest the wUdom, of legis
lation being enacted which would
authorize the county commissioners
of the various counties to offer prizes
for contests.
State Aid to Stamp Out Pest-
The state should do all possible to
to prevent injuries by pesk to our
farm, fruit and grove industries, and
for the purpose of aidirig ia this be behalf
half behalf I would recommend an appropria appropriation
tion appropriation of $3,0GO-CO. annually.
Farmers Demonstration Work.
To further encourage and enlarge
the farmers demonstration work, I
recommend an annual appropriation
of $1,500.00 to be used for Boys' Corn
Clubs and Glrl3 Canning Club.
The Study of Co-Operative Rural
On April 2S, 1913, a commission
composed of delegates from practical
ly all of the southern states will go
to Europe to study co-operative rural
credit systems of European countries.
Florida should be represented on this
commission, and I recommend prompt
action so providlng:-
Encourage Owning of Honnes.
I believe it would be wise to sub submit
mit submit a constitutional amendment pro providing
viding providing for exempting from taxation
five hundred dollars of the, assessed
value of the homestead when actually
used and occupied by the owner.
No License Tax on Farm Products.
I recommend the enactment of a
law exempting absolutely from a city,
county or state license tax, all farm
and grove products or the products
manufactured therefrom, when being
handled by and disposed of by the
original producers thereof. ,;
Graded Corporation Tax. .l
I would suggest the enactment of a
law imposing a small annual license
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make some attractive prices-on it. We are the only dealers
in this section of the country that hanle this brand of fence and
in this section of the country that handle this brand of fence and
strongest fence on the market, and running It as we have in
competition with the many inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had some phenomenal sales on it and made many friends
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.


PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence. No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block. Southwest Corner Public Square.




Account of Annual Meeting
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Atlantic Coasi Liie
For Information, Call on Any A. C. L. Ticket Agent
t. p. a. Tampa, Fla. a p. a.


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Boiled Ox Tongue
Sliced Dried Beef
Frankfurter Sausage
sage Bologna Sausage
Boneless Pigs Feet
Cream Cheese v
Roquefort Cheese
Camembert Cheese



Town property, improved and un
improved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing Investments. -Orange
Groves .Jetaol etdal shrd,
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit,
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
the taxes.


BitUnger & Carroll Proprietors.

R. fl. Carroll, IJusIness Manager.

3. H. Benjamin, Editor.

Entered in the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla.. as .second class mail matter.


If you don't believe Ocala is all
rigrht. just read that row of bank

statements across these two pages.



The Star understands that the or

dinance allowing meat to be sold from

5 to 8 o'clock every Sunday morning

will be voted on by the council this


The Star hopes the ordinance will

pass. There are In this city, as In
most other places, people who are so

situated that they cannot have refrig refrigerators,
erators, refrigerators, and there are quite a large

number, some white men, and many

negroes, paid off late Saturday eve

ning, without credit or unable to
reach the market in time to buy meat

for Sunday. These people are deprived

of fresh meat on .Sunday, the only day

in the week that they really have time
to enjoy their meals. In the weather
that prevails in this climate seven
months in the year meat cannot be

kept without a refrigerator. An ex
pedlent is to wrap meat and ice up to

gether in a box or a bucket, but that
is not good for either the meat or the

Th couneilmen in favor of the or

dinance have given th matter careful

consideration. They are convinced that
the passage of the ordinance will be

only justice to many people that the

present regulations discriminate

against. A large majority of our peo

ple, either having refrigerators in their
homes, or living at hotels or boarding
houses, have not thought of those who
have to take their choice on Sunday

between meat more or less tainted and

canned goods. Either alternative is

not helpful to morality or health.

Ocala's Sunday laws are oppressive
freaks. A man can buy cigars, which

. ,wlll keep the year round; soft drinks
iand ice cream, which he needs less

ithan anything else in the world; news
papers, which are always an aggrava

it loo; automobile rides, which tak

tfnore money than he has; or anything
-else that he does not really need; but

he ean't meat or fruit or vegeta
tbles, all of which are among the nec

.esaarles of life, and none of which are
.good unless they ar untainted and


lUpert of the Conditio of tke



At the Clone of DuIne, April 4, 1913,

Under Call of Comptroller


Bills receivable
County warrants

Stocks and bonds
Overdrafts ....

. 71,112.59
. 20,350.24

Bank building, furniture and

fixtures .. .. ........ 27.000.00

In vault $21,414.56
Due from banks. 92,571.48 113,986.04



Capital stock ? 50.000.00

Surplus and undivided profits 31,472.69
B1113 payable 30,000.00

Re-discounts 8,000.00
Deposits .. .. ..... 531,875.00


islation was started by Majority Lead

er Underwood, who dropped the tariff

revision bill in the hopper. Vice Pres

ident Marshall called the Senate to

order, and the work began with a cur
rencybill Introduced by Senator Hitch

cock. The president's message was
read today. It appears on our first
natre. It is evident that no matter

what President Wilson's opinions are
he is not going to be tiresome In ex expressing
pressing expressing them.



Th Star desires to commend Alder
roun Livingston for his resolution ask
:-mg the city attorney to draw up a pro

test against the legislature abolishing

the office of city recorder.

The Star Is not able to understand

why any one wants the office of re
reorder abolished. It is quite as nec

.essary to the peace and dignity of the

.city as that of clerk or marshal, and

ven more so than that of mayor.

It is occasionally asserted by some
one who has most likely given no
thought to the subject that the duties

of both mayor and city judge should

Jbe discharged by one indiv'dual. It is
tfiecessary in a country village or small

town for both offices to be filled by on

.man for the reason .that it is impos

-sible to pay a judge out of the revenue

of such a place, and the mayor gen

.erally has to have the fees resulting

.from convictions to induce him ,to ae

icept the office. Even in such places

ihe office of mayor Is generally held by
lawyer when It isn't, except in the
vjeaae of some unusually well-informed
individual, the village or town has to

jsuffer much unintentional, and some

time a intentional injustice that no
.seldom results In reversals of judg

ment and sometimes costly damage
suits. The larger a place, the greater

this injustice, or chanoe'of it, becomes

Ocala, since the writer ixcame one
iOf its citizens, has been lucky iu its

jinayors. .Nearly all of them have been

vwell informed, level-headed and broad

.minded men. It is no more than the

ttruth to say that the Judgments ren

dered by the present incumbent have
most always shown a clear sense of
justice and sound good sense. "We may

, tnot be- -40 lucky in futuie and it

well now to keep Ocala on the level

.with other towns of Its sl.e by keep

;3ng the office of recorder as a part of

.our city government. The appoint
tment of Major Izlar to the office of re

.corder was .worth much to the city

iHis decision in the- Fausett case was
,of more value to the town than his
salary many times over. No mayor.

.-unless he was a- trained lawyer, would

:have Tendered it. He would simply

have ordered the ordinance carried ou

and subjected the city to a costly suit

and mortifying reversal in a highe

m&outi. Its true there are not many
.Major Lslars. but any good lawyer can
avoid the mistakes in court decisions

that & member of another profession

or business is sure to sometimes make

The mayor of a town is its executive

.head. He therefore should not be Its

judicial officer. The two functions are
sure to conflict sometimes, and then
justice suffers. A Judge should be paid

.a salary If possible. If he isn't a man

.of exceptionally high character, the
consideration .of fees will warp his
.sense ,of Justice as surely as water

tfvin ,run down hill.

Another .reason why the office of re recorder
corder recorder should not be abol'shed is that

very few people in Ocala want It
Abolished. Nobody has any complaint

against it, and it is a safe bet that if a

-petition to have it done nway with was
carried around, the signatures of fifty

white voters to it could not be obtain


Let the legislature let the office of

city recorder of Ocala alone and de demote
mote demote the same amount of time to doing

Ocala some real service.

The Coast Line has made a big im

rprovement at its passenger station.
"The track has been raised, the mud

dug out and a solid bed of gravel and

cinders put In between the ties.

The Star Is conceited enough to

think Its vigorous protests against the

"hog wallow had something to do with

the improvement.

The Star hopes that this will mark

the beginning of an era of accommo

dation and good will by the Coast Line

toward the eity. This paper will be

ready to note every indivatlon of such
a. spirit.

It Is very likely that ; an epoch in
American history will be marked by
the Sixty-third Congress, which as assembled
sembled assembled in extra session yesterday,
Speaker Clark was re-elected, receiv receiving
ing receiving 271 votes. Minority Leader Mann,
republican, received ill votes. and
Victor Murdock, progressive, 18. Leg-


The Star has been much interested
lately in the very obvious overload of
work on the circuit court not from
any complaint on the part of the court
officers, but because no one could help

noticing the great length of the terms,

and the number of cases that repeated repeatedly
ly repeatedly went over from one term to another

It has always semed strange to the

writer that a county the size of Mar

lon had no court of criminal record.

Every other county of its size, and

many smaller and most of them are
smaller, for as we all know Marion is
one of the biggest has such a court,
and all that have them find them to be

a great help to the speedy administra

tion of Justice.

Naturally, the Star thought Marion

should have a court of criminal record,
but on discussing the matter with the
people found a large number of them
firmly opposed to it. All against it
said it would be another big expense.

and we already have courts enough.

The plan of having a county court
was then suggested, and It looked
good to the Star; as it seemed like ,it

would certainly take quite a lot of

work off the circuit court. On investi

gation, however, the Star found most

of the lawyers opposed to the plan.

They said that the law did not Tequlre
the Judge of probate, who would be the

county Judg, to be an experienced
lawyer, and that the public business

might become confused, to say the

least, In his court.

This does not apply, in the opinion

of any lawyer the Star consulted, to

the present incumbent, who is a well

read lawyer and an exceedingly fair

minded man, but It might apply to
some successor of his, elected more on

his popularity than his merit.

The Star believes fully in letting
the people have what they want. If
they make a mistake, they are the
ones who nave to pay for it, and ths
only way they can progress is by the
experience of one mistake, which will

teach them to avoid the next one.

thing should be done. Judge W, S.

Bullock, our circuit court Judge, prob

ably the hardest worked official of his
class jn the state, is driven beyond his
capacity. He works day and night,
and he frankly says that he is not able

to give many cases the consideration

they should have.

The Star asked Judge Bullock for an

opinion on the Jurisdiction and com

paratlve merits of county courts tnd

courtB of criminal record, and the
judge devoted some hours that he
much needed for rest to drawing up a

document setting forth the required

information. The Star would print it

today, but the messages of the presi president
dent president and governor crowd our space

We will print it In full tomorrow,
however, and all should study it care carefully,
fully, carefully, as it concerns one of the most

important subjects before the people.

m m hid

Her Yonnjr Legislator, Edwin Speneer,

Jr., Elected Speaker Pro Tem.
of the House

The Star was very glad to receive

the following telegram this morning

lauaaassee, "iria., April 8. 1 was

elected speaker pro tem. by acclama
tlon last night. Edwin Spencer, Jr.

UK. W. TC. .A7VE

Specialist Eye, Ear, Nose mmA Throat.

Office, Law Library UUg., Ocala. Ad


FOR RENT oraces n fiolder build

ing. Apply to Davis & Martin.


New 1913 World's Almanac, Just re

ceived; 35 cents at Ballard's News Newsstand.
stand. Newsstand. Adv.

Mr. W. C. Temple intends to resign

his position as general manager of the
Florida Citrus Exchange.

The second floor of the Bell flat or

apartment house 13 for rent. Apply to

box 515, Ocala. 3-31-6td



Flle3 are a great menace to health

and aside from the question of health,
they are very disagreeable. Let us

screen your house with our modern

method, home manufactured screens.

Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. 3-25-tf

Matemeat of the' Condition of


At Clone of BoftlaetM, April 4, 1913

Loans and county warrants. $366,248.64
Banking house, furniture

and fixtures 28,738.50

Other real estate ...... 500.00

Cash and due from other

banks 115,455.95

Total .- f510.843.09

Capital stock ....$ 50,000.00
Surplus and net profits ..... 27,698.83
Unpaid dividends 120.00

Reserve for taxes .... 400.00

DEPOSITS 422,724 .26

Total $510,943.09

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Ion L Farris, formerly of Marion
county, now of Duval, wa3 nominated
for speaker of the House at Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee last night, by Edwin Spencer,
Jr., representative from Marion, in the
following speech:
Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the
Caucus: Marion county desires to
nominate as speaker of this House of
Representatives one of her native;Sons
a man whom you wilj tonight unani unanimously
mously unanimously select and whom tomorrow you
will triumphantly elect. Every legis legislature
lature legislature owes. a sacred duty to the peo people
ple people of if.& commonwealth; and in a
state where one party is supreme in all
the branches of the state government
an additional duty is laid upon that
legislature to keep sacred its trust and
Inviolate its honor. In this state,
where that one party fs the great dem democratic
ocratic democratic party, a trebly increased obli obligation
gation obligation is laid upon us to be guided by
the principles first promulgated by
Jefferson, advocated through a century
of glorious party- achivements. and
now being fashioned and molded Into
immortality under the superb genius
of Woodrow Wilson.
With that duty before us this House
must demand as its speaker a states statesman;
man; statesman; .one who is a reformer after as
before election. Jhls House must de demand
mand demand a man not only acquainted with
present demands, but whose' gaze can
pierce th) mist encumbered clouds of
the future, and behold the splendid
destiny of our people. As all govern government
ment government must exist by the consent of the
governed this House must demand a
man yho knows that the people are
the coasters, and princes but their ser servants;
vants; servants; one who knows that upon the

It is absolutely necessary that some-f welfare of those that till the harvest

field and earn their bread at the anvil
and the forge rests the welfare and
the development" pt our state.
Again this House must demand as
Its speaker a man about whom there
can never be a question as to the
strength of his conviction that this Is
a progressive government, a progres progressive
sive progressive state, and that the democratic
party is a progressive party, and last,
but not least, that this House is going
to be a progressive House.
Thig House must select as its speak speaker
er speaker a man who knows and realizes that
our party, as a progressive party, will
handle all questions that come before
it with a view to human welfare; that
every bill that oomes before this
House will be decided fn accordance

with the way it affects the lives and
interests of the common people, and

mat xne criterion wnicn will govern

the passage of every measure shall be
"Will it aid and help the tolling mass

As &uch a man I name for speaker

Ion L Farris of Duval county.

The history' of the life of Mr. Farris

is too familiar to thl3 House to at

tempt Its relation here. The ptory of

how he has triumphed over the maiijtfi-

ers of his honi&r, and of how he has

torn the mask of slander from the

hideous face of perjury needs no nar

ration here; for tonight we will settle
the question forever whether or not

Ion L Farris has been true to his peo
pie, to his oath, and to his conscience.

Therefore, Mr. Chairman, in the name

of a progressive and triumphal party,

in the name of the glorious past and
the wonderful future of our state, in

the name of the common people to

whom he has ver been a friend, Mar

ion county call3 upon you to select by

unanimous vote as your candidate for

speaker. "That Prince of Pariiamen

tarians. That Leader Leaders," Ion

L. Farris.

senator H. J. Drane of Folk was

nominated president of the Senate. The

nominations were confirmed by elec

tion when the legislature met today.

The governor's message, which appears

elsewhere, was read, and the leglsla
ture settled down to business.

1 1 1 1

When vou order Cottolene you are

nrHprinor fhp ViPQf rnnldnor -faf nn thp mar-

ket butter, lard or cotton-oil imitations
of Cottolene included.
Cottolene was the first successful cotton-oil
shortening. It has "made good" for over 20
years, and is still the best.
The source of Cottolene is pure; it is made in a cleanly,
wholesome manner; it makes food that is rich but does
not disturb the digestion.


is packed in patent, air-tight, tin pails; It is always pure
and sweet, and protected from dirt, dust and store oaors


Cottolene is always uniform,
will always have the same results

Use it right and you
the best.

Cottolene is far superior to lard, because lard is made
from hog fat, and cannot compare with Cottolene in
wholesomeness and purity. Lard is" an animal product;
Cottolene is vegetable. v :
Cottolene is even better than butter for shortening and
frying, and costs no more than lard. r
Cottolene is richer than butter or lard; therefore, you
should use one-third less. ;


situatiox wanted
Trained nurse 25 years, orphan girl.

would like position as companion and

helper to middle-aged couple in their

home. Small compensat'on, object,
home. Address X. Y. Z.. Star office.

Solid and filled chains, the best, for

the motey, and guaranteed as repre

sented. A. E. Burnett. Ad.

Cures CSd Seres, Ct&er Reme&'ss Won't Curt.

The worst cases, no matter of how long standing

are cared by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic IletiliDcr Oil. It relieves

Faia and Utais M the i. ut time, 25c, 50c. fl.OC

Marion Camp No. 56 IT. C. V., met

April sth, 1913, W. E. McGahagin com

manding-. Trarer by General T-nnsr

The following' comrades answered to

roll call: if. Atkinson. Alfred Ayer. M.
T. W. Christian, J. B. Chalker, R. J.
Evans, Jf. C. Frlnk. It Graham, H.
W. Henry, F. E. Harris, P. JL Irvine.

H. N. Knoblock, H. W. Long:. W. E. Me-

Gahagin, E. W". McDonald. J. W. Nance,

C. C. Priest, John Pasteur, L P. Stev Stevens.
ens. Stevens. J. S. Weathers.
The. adjutant was ordered to give
Comrade James Carrington a transfer
to Lee Camp, and to remit all dues.
The treasurer was ordered to send
our annual camp cues to general head

quarters, the sum total being $14.
Comrade F. E. Harris reported that
he had conferred with the Ocala Board
of Trade and thought that it would
raise some money for the. woman's
Comrades Long, Irvine and McGah McGah-agin
agin McGah-agin were appointed a committee to
wait on the board of county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners in regard to the woman's
monument. Camp than adjourned.
Alfred Ayer, Adjutant-,




Holding: Tbeir District Convention with
the thurei) in Our City
Following, is the program of the
second district B. Y. P. TJ. convention
being held in this city:
Tuesday Mominj?
6:30 Moaihs AVatch, Dr. C. A.

Owens, DeLand. j
$:00 Devotional. Dr. E. Z. F. Uoir j
den. Leesburg. i
9:15 Superintendent's Hour, H. W.

Markham, Lake City.
10:00 A Trip to Cuba, Mrs. If. C?
Peelman, Jacksonville.
10:30 B, Y. P, V, Work, II. L Strick Strickland,
land, Strickland, Birmingham, Ala.
11:15 A Vision and a Task, Dr. C.
A. Owens, DeLand,
Tuesday Afternoon.
2:30 Missionary program.
3:00 B. Y. P. U. Work. H. L. Strick Strickland.
land. Strickland. Birmingham.
3:30 lieceptiOn.
Tuesday Night
7:00 Devotional, Rev. W. D. Entzr

minger, Micanopy.

7:15 -A demonstration
meeting, Gainesville Union
7:45 Our Encampment

George Mayman, Jasper.
8:00 B. Y. P. U. Work, II. L. Strick Strickland,
land, Strickland, Birmingham.
Wednesday Morning
9:00 Devotional, Rev. L. A. Rawls,
&;1S Hound Table Question Box,
George liaymaiu. '.
10:00 Elect vice president. NTt
place. Resolutions.

11:15 A Vision and a Task, Dr. C. i

P. Montague. Lake City.
10:45 B. Y. P. Work. H. L. Strick Strickland.
land. Strickland. Birmingham.
11:J5 Mission Address, Dr: S. B.
Rogers, Gainesville.
The opening session last evening
was largely attended.
Devotional service was led by Pas Pastor
tor Pastor Stevens.
A cordial welcoming address was
made by Mr. A. ML Wing.
The convention sermon was deliver delivered
ed delivered by Rev. J. J. Cloar of Gainesville.
His subject waj ."Tre Greatness." He
preached a fine ermoa which was
listened to with close attentiou.
The following are among those pres


Mrs. Williams, Misses Shares and

Johnson of Altoona: Dr. E. Z. F. Gol

den. Sr., and Mrs. E. Z. F. Golden, Jr.,
of Leesburg; Dr. George Hyman of
Jasper; Mr. H. R. Strickland, of Birm-!

ingham; Rev. J. J. Cloar, Gainesville;
Mr. DuBose of Starke. A party of five

from Micanopy and another of sixteen
from Gainesville, both in autos, arriv

ed this morning and will return after

the night session.

The meeting of this assembly of






BMldlmg Coef Factors

Office and Warehouse on Osceola St., One Block northeast of Government Bldg.
Hydrated Lime, No Waste, Cost of Slacking' Eliminated,
Portland Cement, Fresh and Pure. Hard Plaster Direct from the Mill.
Brick, Full size and Plenty. Sewer Pipe and Fittings First Quality.

Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.

o C.

Funeral Director.

the young people of the Baptist church
is one of great interest. There are
delegates" from as far south as Umatil Umatilla,
la, Umatilla, north as Jasper, and east as Jackr

sonville and PeLand. The guests are
being hospitably cared for by the
members of the Ocala church and
union. This morning's session was
presided over by Mr. H. W. Markham
of Lake City. The first discussion,
"The Problem of Teachers' Meetings
and Late Comers," was led by Mr. W.
T. Gary. Mr. George Hyman of Jas Jasper,
per, Jasper, the live wjre B. Y. P. TJ. state sec secretary,
retary, secretary, made many valuable sugges-

jtiona as did Mr. IL L Strickland of

Birmingham, Ala., who is secretary Tii

that state. Mr. Strickland is- a suc successful
cessful successful business man who is also 'dor
ing business" for the Lord.
The main address was made by pr.
C. A. Owens, pastor at PeLand, on the
very practical and helpful subject.
"The Significance and Value of a
Handshake." The basis of his sermon

being 2nd Kings 10th chapter and 15th
verse. The following synopsis but
faintly indicates the trend of fine
thought and helpful suggestions in Pr.
Owens speech:
"A handshake expresses: Attitude of

I heart, kindly warm; attitude of mind

cneerful, respons've; say all Is well
with you and God w-ill make it so;
handshake of acquaintance; handclasp

of friendship, not the friendship of e:tT I a

elusion but every man's own brother;
a friend to the friendless; handclasp of
love and sympathy, homefolk, bereave bereavement;
ment; bereavement; handclasp of congregation;
handclasp of cooperation; handclasp of
reconciliation; the handclasp of a last

good-bye. Is there any man with soul

so small as to refuse to shake any

other- man's hand n a last good-bye?

Put away hatred and malice and evil
thinking and give to the loving the
handshake of acquaintance, of friend friendship,
ship, friendship, of love and sympathy, of con congratulation,
gratulation, congratulation, of cooperation, of recon reconciliation."
ciliation." reconciliation." All the citizenship of Ocala
is heartily invited to attend these
meetings and will receive an uplift by
iloir.g so.


and things that you will need and which you will
buy, and we have them waiting for you. The big

gest, best line in the country. Just look at this 2


Rear of Marcus Frank's

Day Phone 10

Mgfct Phone 04

Ocala, Fla.

The tax assessment roll for the city
of Ocala for the year, A. D. 1913. is
now completed as the same will be
presented to the city council. The said
tax roll will be open for inspection
during office hours at the city clerk's
office from thi? date until the second
Tuesday in April, being the Sth day of
said month, on which date at 8 o'clock
p. m. the city -council will sit as an
equaliation board to hear complaints
asinst assessments as made by the
city tax assessor, and to correct as assessments
sessments assessments ct value of property. All
complaints roust -e made to the coun council
cil council in writing on or before the date
aforesaid. JX. C. Sistrunk
City Clerk and Assessor of Taxes of
the City of Ocala.
This March 28th, 191J.







list of the few things we now have in stock:

Ice Cream Freezers
Lavyn Mowers,
Rubber Hose

Porch Shades
Porch Swings
Lawn Seals

Porch Furuifure
Malting and Crex Rngs
Big Pe rch Rockers

Mesqnito Nets
Garden Plows
and Garden Tools
Flower Pols

Furniture of all kinds. Hardware of all kinds.
Leather Goods of all kinds. Builder's Material.
Paints and Painter's Supplies. Wagons, Buggies.
Field and Poultry Wire Fence. Galvanized Iron.
In fact, everything except something to eat and







tVhen you pay a doctor for a skillful diagnosis you want to Vet full
value for your money. If the medicine that you get on his orders Js 'not'aij
that it should be you are the loser. It is of supreme importance that the con contents
tents contents of your prescription be fresh and reliable Just as Jt is of Importance
that your doctors orders are carefully followed. Bring your prescriptions to
us to be filled and they will be compounded from fresh, reliable drugs. And
what's more we offer you the same prompt and polite service that our cus customers
tomers customers have been enjoying right along. Try us with the next prescription.



OCALA tifcESISQ STAR, txesdai; April s, 191S
Statement of the Condition of tk



fYffe at a fane;
So are greats

The Pyramids oi Egypt, that were built many
centuries ago, are still standing. .'.The' whole world
looks at them with inquisjtive admiration. Storms
and time have not destroyed their magnitude nor
their symmetry. But they were built, one stone at a
time. If the FIRST STOE had not been properly
placed, the (Pyramids woulfl not be there touay. A

fortune can; be built, little by little, but not until
after it has been STARTED. If you want a fortune,


Ve Pay 4 per cent lotercst on Savings Accounts


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PUS? mt fetlf.fiTBS '? Messrs, 0,o. H. Davis and w. X.
51 1 V2S1 'lilHtti'd I Dan1 of Bunellon were at thfe Ocala,
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Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Council meets tonight.
Elks meet this evening-.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
F. U. of A. meets Thursday night.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Air Dome opens tomorrow evening.
Andy Fausett is mucn better ,to-
Mr. Baxter Carn is not feeling so
bright today, but has had no backset.
Icy-Hot bottles at the Court Pharm
i acy. Adv.
j Thos. B. Segar of Orlando is at the
;Ocala House.
Clocks of all kinds and at all prices.
A. E. Burnett. Adv.
Mr. Gus A. Morton of Williston was
at the Harrington last night.
Apply RENT-Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 1-5
Mr. Arthur Cobb paid Palatka a bus business
iness business visit Monday.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
It. T. Bishop and O. Hunter, of
Jacksonville are at the Ocala House.
Ptarl tooth brushes are sold at
drug stores
at .23c. and suar-
t?. A, Owens of IeLand was at the
Ocala House last night.
Nyal's Corn Remover actually re
25c. at both Gerig drug stores.

Stpp coughing by using Cherry Barkicu' l" w,
Cougn Syrup. Sold onlv at the Rexall!the rpt 1a'- an American common
storeg Adv (council, over the protest of practically

Lonneck r of liomo.sassa came
the train today, bringing her
medical treatment.
Gentlemen, have your suits, b,ats
and neckties dry cleaned by one who
knows how. J,. S. Cromer, phone
451. 3-6-tf
I A Irilnina nnin WAiln p 'A V n I yVt t
with six interesting pictures. 5 and 10
promoter of St. James City, was at th
Harrington., last night.
Deck's hard water soap, ..ten cents
P-r cake. Court Pharmacy. Ady,
Jjf Pickard's fine hand-patnted china at
iiBurnett, the eweler's.--Ad. '
Mr, and Mrs. Dixon Irvine of Orange
Lake were at the Harrington last
Itheuiauer's 13 tae place to find the
best' makes and most popular prices of
la 'lies and children's shoes. Ad.
Mi'. W. ti. Gallagher, and a party, of
friends left, this morning for Orlando
in an auto. Mr. Gallagher, will iiitfrj
view his customers en ro.uirt.
Peck's hard water soap,
per cake, court rnarmacy.-
.Mr. and Mr. U A. Tenet of Phila
delphia were at the Ocala Houe yes
Call phone No. 2Z1 a your Quick
dlivir'ry .ei'.vlce wheu in need of drugi.
prescriptions or toilet articles. A.dy.
Sid Whaley's friends say he will
iyp a barbecue on the public square
when the improvements on hii busl-r
ness block have been made, I
The W. C. T. -If. will hold
a "dues
social" at the residence of Mrs. T. E
Bridges on Thursday afternoon at 4
o'clock. All members are cordiallK in invited
vited invited to attend and bring; with th-m
some fri?n -Interested '""In"', the workv
Jfw" members a're specially solicited.
Ocala people are feasting v.n vegeta
bles beans, n?v' Irish potatoes, toma
toes anl several others, all raised near
the city
Messrs'. Z. C?. Ohambliss and J. M.
Tiiomts of tlie Munroe & Chambliss
Bank, went to Williston today, to look
at the crops.
A candy sale will be held Thursday
morning in the band stand by the
members of the Altar Guild of the
Episcopal church.
Mr. and Mrs. Jame Gyiu yt bhady
Grove were in tovyn today, bringing in
thtfir-' little daughter, who was kicked
n the head by a pony some weeks ago.
The little one's heatMs tied up, but she.
is bright andhdppy.
My. tjjfas. yoore, the contractor.
has finished hi? work at the county
jail, where he piA in the concrete foun--
datioii for the line fence between the
front Qd back yards, and for the
fence aroLfrri-llai)Aiik"'yard3,
The XT. C. T. U. Flower Mission will
pack a box for the flood sufferers on
Thursday morning-. Any one wishing to
donate articles of clothing, groceries or
cash will kindly, deliver same, to Mrs.
Zora D. Mclver, near the Marion Coun
ty Hospital.
Mr. C. M. Mathews and Mrs. E- S
Mathews of Flemington ani Miss Iuta
Phillips of Williston were guests of
the Harrington yesterday.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Fharmacy. Adv.
Lieut. Champlin and wife, Philip
Champlin and Mrs. J. N. Norton of
Little Valley, N. Y., were at the Har Harrington
rington Harrington last night.
For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone So.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.


At Clowe of Buftlae, Friday, April 4,
1&13 Coadesoed from Report to the
Comptroller of the Curreaey.
Loans and discounts ....... $154,533. 36
ilarion county warrants ... 5,659.31
V. S. bonds to secure circu
lation .,,...,...
Other bonds and securities..
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures .. ..
Cash on hand and due from
other banks ... ........
.$ 75.000.00
. 1,822.65
. 242,039.72
Capital stock, fully paid in.
Surplus, earned.
Net profits
Circulation .. .. .......
Comparative statement of deposits
since organization, as per calls of the

comptroller of the currency.
Began Iluslneg February IS, 1911
Deposits March 7- 1911. $ 62,642.00
Deposits June 7, 1911..... 108,900.12
Deposits Sept. 1, 1911 .103,314.03
Deposits Dec. 5, 1911..... 116,228.81
Deposits Feb. 20, 192. 138,944.18
Deposits April '8 1912 179.201.81
Deposits June 14, 1912 187,188.48
Deposits Sept. 4, 1912. 202,453.2
Deposits Nov. 26, 1912..... 199,518.95
Deposits Feb. 4, 1913...,. 225,571.62
Deposits inarch 4, 191?.,,. 242,039.72

From the laboring man's view point
it does not seem quite fair, to work all
market employes six days in the w-eek;
and 18 hours on Saturday, a,n thett
require them to go bjack on Sunday
mornings, to save a nickel's worth of
ice. N05 does it accord with the
eternaj fitness of things, just while
the French Congress is enacting a law
to compel all employers to requiTe only
six days work of employees out of sev-
all or the wnite men doing nusiness.
and at the instigation of negroes w$th
possibly one exception, tc insist on
Sabbath desecration by legalizing meat
traffic. it j certainly hoped the
mayor's veto of the ordinance permit-;
ting Oeala's meat markets to be open
ed on Sunday will be susa,lied by the
local council. J. B. Ley.
K nr it t Hint f firrv.Au n nMia
v.r,v- Atlanta : anri Miflst
Alic L-ttiirier were married a few days

ton's parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. J.- L Hin-
JlcA ace Ilinton,Jrougbt up in the i
vicuwiy oi vjcaia, a siuueni ai gur nign
school, and a much esteemed young
man, and his b.rlde, will have the sin
cere &wod wishes of their friends for a
long and happy life.
Everybods will be sgrry, to learn
that Captain Jolm MTGraham of the
! Ocala. niliea has sent in his reslgna-
tion as an officer in the state troops,
Captain Graham was one of. the 'first
to volunteer when troons were first
i called for in the the Snanish-American
.war. and th'o his" duties during that "eon-
tiiCt were confined ta ilia tedious work
0f camp life, no one need doubt that
n would have been In the front ranks
- ..- .. .
jhad the Florida regiment bee sent
into battle. Two yeajs Jfter the war.
he enlisted, jrv ihe Ocala Rifles, and has
worked his way up to the captaincy.
honored and trusted by his. comrades,
in the ranks and his brother officers.
Captain Grah?,m s n Weal citizen
sQlflier, and, tho the pressure of puta
lie and private business make? him
feel like he cannot longer remain tn
the service, yet if tin country ever
needs him. it will find him ready.
The resignation, of Captain Graham
made necessary an election of officers
last night, f
That ver- competent young officer.
Lieut. Fred IVpelhe was elected cap
tah,. (
(The sturdvj' and reliable Charlie
Leitner is fiisi. Jlcutenapt, and Curry
Campbell, who nks been In the com company
pany company only abouti year, but who has
taken up the duties of a soldier with
intelligence and enthusiasm, was ??V.
ed second lieutenant.
enant. i
hts all
I The Star whti
good fortune to
vuv gallant little company, and hopes
tue citizens will show it more appra
ciation than they have of tu
The K. of P. held their usual well
attended and interesting weekly meet
Ins; lt night. The transfer of Mr, W.
M. Gober from Dunnellon was accept
ed, and the Judge Is now a member of
the Ocala lodge, tho he keeps close In
tereat in his Dunnellon brethren. Mr,
James Taylor was Introduced, and in
itiated into the rank of page. The
lodge will hold an extra session Thus-r
day evening, in order to practice de
gree work, and it is necessary for as
manj' members hs possible to be pres
The Moose will hold a special meet
ing at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening
and it is necessary for all members to
be t. repent, as much important bus!
ness is to be consiaerea
There was an extra large crowd out
at the Temple last night to see the
nifturps. Pathe's Weekly was full of
interesting topics, principal among
which were the pictures of the flooded
districts in Indiana. "Cuty and the
Twin" was a roaring comic and a
?ood lesson for any young man with
more than his share of self-conceit.
Mr., Albert II. Marsh of Augusta, Ga.,
who has been in the city for the last
two weeks, will probably leave for
home ths evening. Mr. Marsh, who is
a skilled accountant, visits Ocala twice
a .vear. and Is always welcome. He Is
a guest ox tne iiarnngion.
Use Dike's Quinine anflj Sage Hair
Tonic once a week on your head and
enjoy a healthy, clean scalp. You will
find this excellent tonic at the Court
Pharmacy. Adv.
Mr. Chas. L. Moore has the contract
to build three concrete vaults in, the
new cemetery- All these vaults are
for the use of families, who are trans transferring
ferring transferring their burial plats from the old

ago in that cit and will arrive hvin ,ne worK

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cemetery to the new. t
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If you have any items for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.
Jaalors to Eatertala for Seatoro
The juniors of the .high school sent
out the following, clever Invitation
yesterday and in doing so they will in
all probability be the class to estab establish
lish establish the custom of the Jun'ors annual-
13' entertaining for the seniors:
Ve Seniors grave
Vour company we Juniors crave.
To join us pray
To while some witching hours away.
'Leventh of April, is the date,
The hour to meet is sharp at eight:
The Woman's Club the chosen place
For all Seniors, then, to grace.
Vice Preaideaey of Palatka Woman's
Club Given to Oe-alan
At the meeting of the Woman's Club
Friday afternoon in Palatka the an annual
nual annual election 'of officers took place
and Miss Miriam Pasteur of this city
was elected first vice president, the
news of which will be received with
pleasure by her many, home friends.
Mrs. George E.' Gay was : re-elected
president, and her ability as such was
stated as follows recently in the Pa Palatka
latka Palatka 'Herald:
"In the April number of the Ladies
Home Journal, on the page devoted to
'What Women's Chih Are Doing, are
two extended paragraphs relative to
the work the Palatka Woman's Club,
Mrs. Geo, E, Gay, president, is de demanding
manding demanding and bringing about in civic
improvements here. When it is con
sidered that the Home Journal is the!
most widely read publication for wom women
en women in America.- the notice given our!
city and the Woman's Cluh. is a b,igh
compliment indeed, and is the kind of
publicity that will redound to the. best
development possible. Such compli compliment
ment compliment are deserved, however, for Mrs.
Gay and the others who have .striven
so splendidly for a 'cleaner and better
city, certainly merit the highest
Misses Hope Robinson and Muriel
Bittinger have returned from a short
visit with Miss van Zandt at Welrs Welrs-dale.
dale. Welrs-dale. A number of the young men are
planning river trip for Thursday and
the special guests will be Misses Cul Culpepper,
pepper, Culpepper, Skipworth and Mizelle, who
are visiting Miss Clara Johnson.
Miss Meta Jewett left yesterday for
Tampa, where she will be the'guest of
Miss Sarah McCreery.
Dr. and Mr, E. Van Hood have
their; guests -during the B. Y. P.
convention, Kev, ueorge Hyraan
Jasper, district secretary, and Mr
Strickland of Birmingham. Ala
takes a deep and industrious Interest
It V 1
Mrs, Townley Porter of Lady Lake is
le guest of Mrs. J. W. Hood.
Mr. Alexanaer c Chaneellor, jr., who,
is nrominentlv fdnMflpd with the Kn.
pess and social life of Columbus, Ga.,
Is spending a few days in Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Frank had as
their guests over Sundaj', Mr. and Mrs.
L. Kauffman of New York, City.
Mlss Clarabelle Culpepper- of St. Aw.
usune' arnvea iasi nigni aacK-
sonviiie ana is ttie lovely Sw?t Mtss
i f l a w n -vv.
Clarat Johnson,
AKar ,J.u,ia OI race. episcopal
church will have on sale Thursday
morning at the bandstand aH varieties
of hommade candles,
Mr .and Mrs. F, T. Schreiber, Miss
Dorothy Schreiber and Mlsa Byrd
Wartmann motor?3 to Leesburg Sun-
day afternoon and were the guests of
friends until after supper,
Mr. Raymond Bullock Is home from!
Macon, where he went to be present at
the marriage on Wednesday evening
of his cousin, Miss Lois Wright to. Mr.
Arthur Dasher.
Capt. C. H McDonald, commander
of the life-saving corps at the life-
Laying station opened Sunday at Pablo
Donald of tn-s city
, .urs. iiuwaiu v alters, who iias ueeii
- T T I n. : A. .
confined to her room with chills and
fever, ts better today.
Mrs. Clara Cameron and bkby re-

turned to their home iu. GIrard, Ala.,for the Rents group of sawmills, left

last Sunday.
M4 and Mrs. George Stuart went a
I jacltsoiiviUe. Sunday- and returned this
morning to Ocala,
They report a
pleasant tt'iv
The first band concert of the season!
will be given at the bandstand on the
public square Thursday evening, and
the Star prophesies a big crowd out to
hear the music.
3 cans Van Camp's sqop 25c
3 " beans.... 25c
3 HoroiDyi-..25c
...... . a I
ftlinrp Aieat 2aC
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aUUDeaui SnniOD
iu auua ti
2 cans
"Small flat Salmon. 35C
1 " large " ..30c
1 (all Salmon 30c
2 M Argo large Salmon-i 45c
1 Ocean Gem fall 99 ....20c
Hotel Astor Coffee
40 cts. per Pound
40 cts. per Pound


How long will it take you to do -it? Think it
How much can you. lay aside every pay day?
Begin now. Open a savings account here and
set a mark for your savings to reach in a certain
time. The interest will help. We Pay 4 Per Cent,


E0WARD8, Pros.

'oeSors Use Tfels for Eczsieo

Dr. Evan??. Ex-Commlssioncr ft Health,
Bays: "There is almost no relation be between
tween between skin diseases and the blood." Tlie
akin must be cured through the skin.
The perms must be washed out, and so
salves have long axo been round worth worthless.
less. worthless. The most advanced phvsiclans of
this country are cow agreed on this, and
are prescribing a wash of wintergreen,
thymol and other ingredients for-eczema
and all other ekin diseases. This com compound
pound compound Is known as D.D.D. Prescription
tor Eczema,
Temple Tonight
Another big show tonight, five of'
those fine feature licensed reels that
can't be beat and music of the best
kind. It looks like a comedy night so
get here early and enjoy the fun. "The
Frolic" is just one fine comedy, a
laugh from start to finish; likewise
"The Highest Tower." Across the
Great Divide" is one of those crack crack-erjack
erjack crack-erjack western Essanay features, and
the "Bear Hunter," a thrilling Indian
feature. "His Lordship's Temptation"
is a drama with a beautiful story.
Doors open 6:30, prices, 5 and 10 cents.
Amateurs Friday, matinee Saturday
only. Don't forget five reels EVERY
XIGHT, and they are all lcensed fea features.
tures. features. Alrdome Opena Weanenday
The Alrdome will open Wednesday Wednesday-night
night Wednesday-night with six fine pictures. Plenty of
seats to accommodate everybody and
lots of room for those who care to
have a quiet smoke and enjoy the pic pictures.
tures. pictures. Mr. Louis E. May, the manager,
promises to give the public a good,
clean entertainment and his patrons
can rest assured of spending a pleas
ant hour during the summer hot nights.
The Wednesday Morning Musical will
have its regular meeting Wednesday,
April 9th, at Miss Connor's studio,. Pro Program
gram Program from Works of McDowell In
charge of Miss Porter which was to
have been given a,t this meeting has
jbeen postponed until-next .Wednesday
n account of the B. Y. P. IT. conven-
tion. All members are requested to be
v in.. uu unug uieir
. as cnorus practice wn complete
ri k i 'j u rrn rw t inn
Mr. H. J. Nichols sold yesterday at
his barn and lot on West Exposition
street, nine "head of fine big mules of
whleh he received : a carload Sunday
from the Atlanta live stock market.
Mr. Nichols sold the mules to the fol-
lowing people: Three head to. Messrs.
Taylor Bros, of this city, two to Mr.
W. H. McRalney o-f Wildwood, two to
Mr. Summers of Brooksville and two to
Mr. Baxter of Candler,
Messrs. A. W. Smith and his brother,
Herbert Smith, -In the former's new
Cadillac car. came through town to-
clay on their way from Jacksonville to
I Lake Weir, where they will spend a
1 few days, resting and fishing. These
young men were for many yeara resl-
years ago to make their homes in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mr. A..W. Smith old his In
terest in the Metropolitan Garage a
few days ago, and will later re-enter
the business In that pity.
Mr. S. S. Duval, traveling salesman
this morning for a trip down the east
1 1
Rev. J. B. Cozatt, who was arrested
in Jacksonville and brought here on
the complaint of Mr. Klchline of the
Florida Home building Association.
was bound over in the sum of 500 by
Judge Lyles to the circuit court. He
gave the required bond. Mr. Klch-
line charges that Mr. Co"att does not
account for $400 f the company's
Do4loa' Uver Ta at Kt 1H
StrafKhlen Yimi Out by Mnralaic.
Calomel Mmy Knock Von Out of n
Day's Work.
If you are a calomel user, next time
you are tempted to buy it ask your
I druggist if he can absolutely guar
antee the drug not to harm you. He
1 M. . .4
But here is a perfect substitute for
calomel which the druggist does guar.
SDiee lilt) (iiiuuus uuutun a unci
Tone. The Court Pharmacy will re
fund your money wlthoMt question If
you are not thoroughly satisfied.
Go to the Court Pharmacy, where
you are acquainted ana nna oui
about the great number of people who
are taking this remarkable remedy and
feeling better," keener, healthier, and
better able to enjoy life than they ever
were when taking calomeL
Why? Because' calomel Is a poison
one that may stay In the. system, and
while seeming to benefit you tempor
arily, may do harm in the end. If you
haven't felt these Ill-effects eo far, It
is because you are fortunate enough to
have a strong constitution.
Don't take the risk any-longer. Get
a bottle or uoason s iiver lone lauaj
and note how easily and naturally t
corrects all bilious conditions, how it
clears away that sick headache and
I coated tongue, how it sets you right
without ache or gripe. The most won
derful thing In the world for consti
pation. ....
All this without the slightest tnter-
! ference with your regular hi.bitSL Ad 7
POOMS FOR RENT Large, cool.
j furnished rooms for rent. Apply to
Mrs. T. IL VTallis, 11 South 2nd St.
"WANTED To rent ror two or three
! months, a email wall tent, large enough
I for two. Address Shake, care Star. ;



Dr. Iloltres, the xreTI hnown skin rp rp-clalist
clalist rp-clalist writes: -I am convinced that th
D.D.D. Prescription Is ns much a specific
for eczema as quinine for malaria. 1
have been prescribing the D.D.D. remedy
for years." It will taK away the itch
the instant yo- apply iL
In fact, we are so sure of what D.D.D.
will do for you that we will be glad
to let you have n ?l bottle on our guar guarantee
antee guarantee that it wi!l cost you nothing un unless
less unless you find that it does the work.
Clear, northwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 45 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 69 degrees.
Average temperature, 60 degrees.
Generally fair except showers north northwest
west northwest portion tonight or Wednesday.
The Thaliana, our local theatrical
company has made a hit. They have
two engagements ahead, one for Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg next Friday night and one for
Palatka Thursday night of next week.
An interesting session of the gov governors
ernors governors of the Ocala Board of Trade
met in the Board of Trade rooms lat
Three propositions to establish chau-
tauquas were discussed. One was pre presented
sented presented "By Dr. Waldo of Gainesville,
another tentatively by Rev. J. B. JLey,
and the other by Mr. Davidson, whose
proposition .had already, been placed
before the board of governors a .week
ago. A decipion between' tbe three
propositions will be made at an early
day. It Is almost sure that one of the
propositions will be accepted.
Mr. Frank Harris, appointed from
Marion Camp No. 56, U. C. V., aaked
the board of governors for a donation
towards the erection of a monument
to the women of the south during the
civil war period. No specific amount
was promised, but the board of gov governors
ernors governors tendered their hearty coopera cooperation
tion cooperation 'In the movement and ihe ..secre ..secretary
tary ..secretary will -make a .personal canvass. xf
the county In. aid. of the movement,,
A large budget of letters was read
and other matters attended to.. ..
The new 8cretary was present,. and
will formally take charge of the sec secretary's
retary's secretary's offic on April 10. He made a
mot favorable Impression.
Chinese and American Cooking
Regular Meal
All Food will be well Pre Prepared
pared Prepared by a Chinaman
who Knows How.
Regular Meals, 25c and Up.
lunches, 5c.
Located la vr Onlldlac Be Be-4treen
4treen Be-4treen Ilorat St Gamer and
IlnraeU'a Tallarioa; IiUtablUh.
il & ftlMU Kill
Funeral Dircclors.
Undertakers and Embafsers
Fin? Caskets and Burial Rcbss
Funeral Directors
I1 Work Done by Licensed Er
balmers and Fully Goaranteed.
D. E. Melvcr..
, ..IM
. . .50b
V. Roberts
Undertaking Office
For All Purposes, TOietlier Tour
Kcqoireraciits are for Home TJm.
Or for a Carload.


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The friend-winning
that we are .making in our,
will surely interest you.
type cannot do justice to
extraordinary offerings. Buy Buying
ing Buying jewelry here means
spending money right.
Style may change but
our high quality, low price
standard of jewelry sell
ing remains fixed. ;
Here you will find
a satisfying assort
ment of the world's
best productions
in jewelry,
gems, silver silverware,
ware, silverware, novel
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And the
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Boarding School for Boys, Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from Eight to Fourteen Years Received, and Carefully Trained on
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Relieves hoarseness. Irritating: coughs, tickling: sensations In the
throat; removes congestion and enables the patient to breaths
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Pries 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottte.
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Our Hans, b in the public eye,
Our Ror.a's in the public mouth.
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reduction here's
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ried married or otherwise a diamond
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tax on corporations doing business in
this state say from 5.00 to ?50.00,
based upon capital stock.
Uniformity of Taxation.
I respectfully recommend that the
law governing the assessment of the
properties of public utility corporat corporations
ions corporations should be so amended as "to have
euch properties assessed upon the
same basis as all other properties.
Authorize the Governor to Reduce
Tax Miltage.
While your honorable body fixes the
millage to be levied for general re revenue,
venue, revenue, pensions and the board of
health, the governor should be given
authority to reduce the millage so fix fixed,
ed, fixed, if la his opinion a lower rate of
millage will be sufficient to provide
the funds required. Therefore, I re recommend
commend recommend the enactment of a law
granting such authority of the gover governor.
nor. governor. Tax on Refrigerator Cars.
I think a measure requiring a rea reasonable
sonable reasonable license tax on refrigerator
cars should be passed.
Pay for Printing Tax List.
In some counties iu the state it has
been held by the authorities that a
newspaper published was not entitled
to compensation for the setting up of
tax sale items, when the said Items
were never published due to the tax
having been paid after the tax col collector
lector collector delivered the delinquent list to
the publisher, but prior to the date
for first publication. This works a

hardship and an injustice upon the
publisher, as the expense fof the
printing for the entire number of pub publications.
lications. publications. I would therefore suggest
that Section 50 of Chapter 5596 of the
laws of Florida, be so amended as to
plainly provide for a reasonable com
pensation to the publisher under such
Drainage Assessment Fees Paid by
Drainage Fund.
At present the fees for assessing
and collecting the drainage tax are
paid from the general revenue fund
This being a special tax and for a
special improvement, the general tax
payers should not be required to pay
these fees, but they should be paid
from the drainage tax fund. A law
should be passed so providing. -Tax
Possibly no subject is more difficult
of solution than in this connection, I
respectfully call your attention to the
report of the tax commission, autho
rized by the last legislature.
Inheritance Tax Law.
I recommend the passage of a
graduated inheritance tax law, which
will apply to all estates of more than
a certain amount, to be fixed by the
Confederate Soldiers.
I recommend that the pension law
be changed so as to require only ten
years residence by a Confederate
veteran to get a pension, and also
that you provide liberal pensions for
these heroes of the sixties.
Authorize Governor to Appoint Of
ficers With Authority Co-Ordniat
With That of Sheriff.
The governor when he deems it
advisable in having investigation
made of alleged law violations, should
have authority to appoint one or
more special law officer for such pur
pose, with authority to exercise all
the powers of a sheriff in criminal
matters, the said officer to have such
authority throughout the state. I
suggest the passage of a law so pro providing.
viding. providing. Cirulate State Reports Prior to Con Convening
vening Convening of the Legislature.
I law should be. enacted requiring
that the biennial reports of state of officers
ficers officers be furnished to each member of
the legislature at least twenty days
prior to the regular sessions of the
Legislative Committee Should Inspect
State Institution? Prior to Ses Session
sion Session of Legislature.
It is my opinion that some plan
should be devised whereby commit
tees to visit the several state institu institutions
tions institutions could be designated prior to the
convening of the legislature, so that
they may make their visits and in inspections
spections inspections prior to the session, and be
ready to make a report when the
legislature meets.
Uniform System of Public Accounts.
I recommend that a uniform system
of public accounting in the county of offices
fices offices be established by providing for
the state comptroller and the state
auditor to prescribe and enforce the
use of uniform books and blanks, and
also authorizing them to require the
system prescribed to be used by
every county official whose duty in includes
cludes includes the keeping of any part of the
public accounts.
Require Officers to Pay Over Public
Funds Promptly.
I would suggest the enactment of a
law requiring that all officers collect collecting
ing collecting public funds shall pay the same
to the proper officer within ten days
after the first day of the month next
succeeding the month of receiving the
same, with the penalty of removal for
a failure to comply with the law.
Live Stock Insurance.
I recommend that live stocks in
surance companies be permitted to
transact business in this state with a
$50,000 investment requirement.
Prohibit Insurance Combines.
I suggest a law that would make it
unlawful for two or more Insurance
companies doing business in this
state, or for officers agents or em
ployees of such companies, to make
or enter into any combination or ar
rangement relating to the rates to be
charged fQr insurance, the amount of
commission to be allowed agents for
procuring the same, or the manner of
transacting such business within this
Authority to Replace Public Property
With Proceeds' of Insurance.
At a measure should be passed pro providing
viding providing that in cases of loss of public
property by fire the proceeds from
the insurance shall, under the author authority
ity authority -of the proper officers, be used in
replacing the destroyed property.
Surety Companies Stock Increase.
I suggest that section 270 of the
general statutes be so amended as to
require that surety companies incor incorporating
porating incorporating in this state shall have a
capital stock of not less than one
hundred thousand dollars.
License Revoked When Insurance
Company Does Not Pay Tax.
I suggest the passage of a law pro providing
viding providing that no license shall be issued
to an insurance company with has
aot paid to the state all license taxes
due. and in the event that the default
ing company has a license to -do busi business,
ness, business, that it shall be revoked by the
insurance commissioners.
Investment of Insurance Funds.
I recommend the enactment of a
law requiring that life insurance com
panies invest a reasonable percen- j
tasre of its net surplus from Florida i

Fionaa earnings in securities or una
Reform Civil Court Procedure.
The law should be so changed as
to expedite and hasten trial. -Reform
Criminal Procedure.
I recommend a law prescribing and
setting forth a simple form of indict indictments
ments indictments and informations applicable to
the most frequent, crimes.
Require Bond in Garnishment.
The garnishment law should be so
amended as to require a bond from
the person instituting garnishment
proceedings, the same as is required
in attachment proceediags.
Appropriation for Mandamus Proceed Proceedings
ings Proceedings by State.
While it may -at any time become
necessary for the attorney general to
institute mandamus jroceedings or
quo warranto, to protect the interest
of the public, there is no appropria appropriation
tion appropriation made to meet the expenses that
would be incident thereto. I there therefore
fore therefore suggest that a standing appro appropriation
priation appropriation of one thcusand dollars
should be made to meet any emer emergency
gency emergency that may arise such extraordi extraordinary
nary extraordinary proceedings.
Torrens System of Land Titles.
What is commonly referred to as
the Torrens System of land titles has
provedvery satisfactory in a number
of states. I recommend that you in investigate
vestigate investigate this system and take the
necessary steps looking to such adop adoption
tion adoption of it it-Tax
Tax it-Tax Title Suits.
A law should be enrxted providing
that in ejectment suits where defend defendant
ant defendant is claiming under a tax title, he
shall be allowed to set up us a set-oS
against mesne profits, reasonable

value for improvements and his ex
penses for taxes and assessments
against the property while held by
him under tax title.
Supreme Court's Opinion, Certain
Constitutional Questions.
A measure should be passed au authorizing
thorizing authorizing the governor the legisla
tor or the attorney general, in mat matters
ters matters of great public moment, to sub
mit to the supreme court of the state
questions for decision, in which con
stitutional points are involved.
Reclamation of Everglades.
Practically every citizen of our
state who is familiar with the Flori Florida
da Florida Everglades and the reclamation
work that is now being carried on
there realizes the great importance
and maginatude of the drainage opera
tions now being carried on by the
state. This subject will be covered
thoroughly in a special message to
the transmitted later.
Experimental Farm in Evelglades.
I deem it advisable that you pass
a bill providing that the trustees of
the internal improvement fund, shall
establish and maintain, so long as
they believe for the best interest o
the state, one or more experimental
farms in the Everglades.
Authorize Local Drainage Districts.
It is but a question of a short time
until in additional to the main canals
which are being constructed by the
state, a system of lateral canals and
local ditches will have to be inaugu inaugurated.
rated. inaugurated. -That we may be prepared for
this further step in this great enter
prise, I would suggest the enactment
of a law providing for the establish establishment
ment establishment by the property owners of local
drainage districts.
Strengthen Corporation Laws.
Our laws governing the formation of
corporations for profit are too lax,
and should be so amended as to give
better protection to the public against
those who take advantage of the
weakness of the law to carry on wild wildcat
cat wildcat schemes.
No Two Corporations With Same
Our law for chartering corporations
and permitting foreign corporations to
do business in this state should be
amended so as to clearly provide that
there should be no two corporations
of the same name authorized to do
business in this state.
Amendment to Railroad Commission
The railroad commission point out
in their report the need of an amend amendment
ment amendment in the law relative to an in increase
crease increase in their powers.
I respectfully recommend the pas passage
sage passage of a law granting the additional
powers requested by the commission
Notice to Attorney General of Ap Appeals'.
peals'. Appeals'. As the attorney general is frequent frequently
ly frequently never servedin case3 of unperfect unperfect-ed
ed unperfect-ed appeals in criminal cases to the
supreme court, I think the law should
require the clerk to notify him when
an appeal is taken.
Prohibit Foreign Public Service Cor Corporations
porations Corporations Suing U. S. Court.
I would suggest the passage of a
law providing that a foreign public
service corporation which removes a
suit to a federal court or institutes a
suit therein which it could not move
to a federal court or Institute and
maintain therein if it were a domestic
corporation, shall forfeit its right to
do intrastate business within this
state. A law1 of this character would.
I think, aid' the state in regulating
public service corporations and very
much hasten litigation between the
state ani a foreign public service cor corporation.
poration. corporation.
State Right of Appeal.
I suggest that a measure should be
passed allowing the state the right of
eppeal iu criminal .casts. :
Compensation of Coroners.
It is suggested that the statute
covering coroners fees might be made
somewhat more liberal, so as to pre prevent
vent prevent the obvious injustice which is
worked in such cases.
Require Common Carriers to Furnish
Cars for Perishable Products in
Certain Time.
That the producers of perishable
fruits and farm products may have
cars furnished to them by common
carriers for the prompt shipment of
such perishables, or in the event of
their failure to promptly furnish cars,
that the producer may be compensat compensated
ed compensated in damages, I recommend the en enactment
actment enactment of a law enabling the shipper
to recover the damage he has suffer suffered
ed suffered on account of such failure or de delay
lay delay based upon the market value of
kis products.
Require Railroads to Provide Open Openings
ings Openings for Drainage Canals.
It is my opinion that a law should
be enacted requiring railroads to pro provide
vide provide openings for drainage canals
without cost to the state.
I further recommend that a law be
paesed requiring railroads to provide
sufficient drawbridges, when neces necessary,
sary, necessary, to permit of navigation upon
any drainage canal of suft cient capac capacity
ity capacity to be used for navigation.
Federal Government Should Control
East Coast Canal.
The inland canal extending south southward
ward southward from the St. Johns river, near
Jacksonville, to Biscayn-;; Bay, which
is now owned by a private corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, should, in my opinion, be con controlled
trolled controlled and operated by the United
States government.
Ask Federal Government to Make
Transportion Waterways of Drain Drainage
age Drainage Canal.
I respectfully recommend that your
honorable body pass a suitable me memorial
morial memorial askine congress to make an

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We go to Bohemia for hops; one of our partners
selects the barley; water is brought from rock 1400
feet -under the ground.
Not only is Schlitz every drop of it filtered through
white wood pulp, but even the air in which it

is cooled is filtered.
Before it is offered to you it is aged for
months in glass enameled tanks. It will not, it
cannot cause biliousness. It will not ferment
in your stomach.
Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark
glass gives the best protection against light. The
Brown Bottle protects Schlitz purity from the
brewery to your glass.

More and rriore people every year are demanding
Schlitz. Why don't you demand this pure. beer?

See thai crown or cork
is branded "ScMite."
hat rV3ad
appropriation ror a survey iookitis
to the establishment by the federal
government of a waterway across the
southern part of the state.
Prohibit Shipment of Liquors in Dry
Under a recent Act of congress,
known as the Webb Act, authority has
been granted to the states to prohibit
the shipment of intoxicating liquors
when same is to be used for commer commercial
cial commercial purposes, from wet territory into
dry territory. It is recommended
that the legislature pass a law which
will permit the counties of Florida to
enjoy the full benefit of the authority
granted in the said Webb Act.
Closing Saloons Primary Election
Saloons should be closed on primary
election dajs and I recommend that
the law be so amended that there can
be no "doubt they will be.
Initiative, Referendum and Recall.
It is my opinion that a constitution constitutional
al constitutional amendment granting to the people
the right by petition to initiate legis
lation and the right by petition to
vote upon laws enacted by the legis legislature,
lature, legislature, when a desire to do so is ex ex-reasonable
reasonable ex-reasonable per
pressed by a reasonable percentage of
the qualified voters, should be sub submitted.
mitted. submitted. Another and separate con constitutional
stitutional constitutional amendment giving the elec
tors the right, upon demand of a
reasonable percentage of the quali qualified
fied qualified voters, to vote upon the recall of
public officers, whom it is believed
are not doing their duty, should b
Check Land Frauds.
Every county in Florida has a large
ouanitity of rich, fertile land," and
there is no reason why there should
be any land frauds In our state. Tq
check the few who are disposed to de defraud
fraud defraud and deceive land purchasers, I
think we should have a law provid providing
ing providing that all literature relative to lands
to be sold under the colonization or
kindred plans shall be first approved
by the department of agriculture the
expense incident to this requirement
to be paid by the party offering the
land for sale.
Federal Income Tax.
Under date of July 26, 1909, the sec secretary
retary secretary of state of the United States,
transmitted to the governor of this
state, a certified copy of a joint reso
lution of congress proposing an
amendment to the constitution of the
United "states to authorize congress
to lay and collect taxes on incomes,
with request that same be submitted
to the legislature for such action as
may be had. The Florida legislature
should ratify the said constitutional
amendment, and I recommend that it
be done without delay, as there is
now no ground upon which to base
any opposition to prompt action.
Public Road Commission.
I believe it advisable to have creat created
ed created a state road commisssion, to be
composed of three members, who
shall be allowed their expenses when
engaged in the public business, bat
who shall serve without salary..
To defray the expenses of such
commission an annual anurouriation

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; or not exceeding six tnousana dollars
snouid be maae.
I Florida State Reform School
! In my opinion, the Florida State
, Reform School and the laws pertain
j Ing thereto should have the careful at
tention of this legislature. It is re recommended
commended recommended that a careful investiga
tion be made as to the condition, the
needs and the posibilitles of this
school and that such enactment be
made as will tend' to increase its use
fulness and assure its successfulness
and businesss-like management
Legislative Economy.
More or less extravagance has at
times been permitted by our Leglsla
tures in the employment of large num
bers of unnecessary clerks and at
taches. This should be discontinued
The legislature should, of course.
have all the clerical assistance re
quired to expedite business, but the
public funds should not be wasted
merely to provide salaries for persons
whose services are not actually need needed,
ed, needed, and who will not perform any ac
tual service further than signing the
pay rolL
I submit this message fully realiz realizing
ing realizing the great responsibility assumed
with my oath of office; but in sub submitting
mitting submitting it I also do so with an earnest
desire to co-operate with you in all
efforts which look' to the welfaie,
prosperity and happiness of the peo people
ple people of Florida. I believe each of 3'ou
today undertakes the responsibilities
and duties required of you, as law
makers, with a firm resolution to so
legislate as to promote the well-being
of the commonwealth.
With the determination that we
should be true and loyal to our state
and her citizenship as our guide, the
legislature pf 1913 can accomplish
much in promoting the welfare of
Florida. I have an abiding confidence
that you will each endeavor to fully
discharge your duty. If you do, you
will have and deserve the gratitude
of the people of this state and the
personal satisfaction of knowing that
you have been true to your high trust
Trusting that the greatest degree
of harmony and success will attend
your endeavors, and with my sincere
good will, 1 submit this message.
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indigestion and biliousness disappear
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put new life and vigor In the system,
try them and you will be well satls2ed.
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100 bushels of velvet beans for sale
at $1.50 f. o. b. Ocala. Address box
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Are you going to taKe a bath? Then
g-o to the Court Pharmacy and get a
bar of Beck's hard water soap, only
ten cents per cake. Adv.

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The antiseptic powder u be ehaken Into the fhnes.
If yon want ret and comfort for tired, icl.tcgr,
ew&Hm, aweating feet, use AlJen'a Koot-Eaae. Jtr Jtr-tieves
tieves Jtr-tieves cores and baniona of ail pais and prevent
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It Is an absolute fact, that one 50 cent
will either remove your freckles or cause
them to fade and that two jars will even
in the most severe cases completely euro
them. We are-willing to personally
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LES. FRECKLES. Come in today and try it. The jars
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Sent by mail if desired. Price 60c.
Mammoth jars $1.00. WILSON'S FAIR
SKIN SOAP 25c For Bale by
"My little son had a very severe cold,
was recommended to try Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and before a small bot bottle
tle bottle was finished he was as well as
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