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The causes and policies of the new
party were interestingly set forth
Saturday afternoon in the following
address by Mr. H. L. Anderson:
"It is fitting and proper, when we
art- assembled here today to lay the
foundations of a new political iarty
in the state of Florida, that in jus jus-tice
tice jus-tice to ourselves and to the great
body of the electorate in this state,
we should announce the principles
we profes.s and give the reasons lor
the faith that is within us.
"We are a band of apostles who
have dedicated ourselves to the cause
of urood government and the iolicies
wliich fit in and are in consonance
wiili the vital problems which con confront
front confront the American people.
"We believe that, the world moves.
We believe that condiiions change,
and we be!:ev( that the political par party
ty party which undertakes to shape the des destinies
tinies destinies of this great nation by meas measures
ures measures fitted to conditions which exist existed
ed existed twenty, or even ten, years ago, will
find itself out of sympathy with the
people and has outlived its useful usefulness.
ness. usefulness. "Consider the great changes that
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have occurred within the last twenty
years in this country. Instead
of producing a surplus of food stuffs
and products that go to clothe the na nation,
tion, nation, which which formerly was ex exported
ported exported to Europe, the United States
is actually importing cottons, wool
and many food stuffs. Laboring men,
and men working on salaries, whose
compensation is fixed in accordance
with conditions and the cost of living
twenty years ago. find that all their
time and energies are required to get
food and raiment for their families.
"The American tariff has become a
hissing and a by-word throughout all
this broad land. The republican par party
ty party in the last thirty years has lent it itself
self itself to the beneficiaries of the tariff
and to the money trusts. It has ut utterly
terly utterly neglected the wage-worker, the
salaried man and the great body of
consumers in th'13 country. It has
outlived its usefulness. It has lived
beyond its day and generation.
"Since 1S70 the laws governing the
banking and currency of the country
have remained unchanged. A re recent
cent recent investigation in congres proved
conclusively that the panic of 1907
was hand-made by a few men in New
York, who wanted to put some of
their enemies out of business.
The Chinese are ahead of us in this
matter of currency laws. The money
interests of the country control, and
have controlled, the republican party.
"The farmer, the salaried man and
the laborer have no friend at court in
the counsels of the republican party.
Mr. Taft obtained the presidency up upon
on upon a false pretense; he professed
sympathy with the common people.
He deceived and hoodwinked the
country and Theodore Roosevelt, and
when he was elected and seated, he
nroceeded to carry out Roosevelt's
ro'icies in a hearse. Wherever the
people had a chance to vote for dele delegates
gates delegates to the late Chicago convention,
Mr. Taft was among the "also rans,"
but the old national committee, com composed
posed composed of a lot of "standpatters" and
reactionaries, who were afraid of the
people and feared Roosevelt, conspir conspired
ed conspired to steal the nomination from the
! people's choice, and aided by a lot of
pie-counter pirates from the south,
did steal a nomination.
"(lentlemen, I was in Chicago. I
examined all the papers in the con contest
test contest from the western states, and I
know what I am saying, and I say it
deliberately. Twelve political
bandits from the state of Florida,
with Joe Lee at the head and furnish furnishing
ing furnishing the brains, and a Vermont Yan Yankee
kee Yankee at the rear of the procession, "tot "toting"
ing" "toting" the garbage can, aided and abet abetted
ted abetted this theft. The president of the
United States has paid a dirty, mis miserable
erable miserable debt to a lot of consciousless
grafters, headed by a negro as black
is your hat, by appointing as a suc successor
cessor successor to the venerable and beloved
James V. Locke, a man whose only
fdaim to the high office of United
States judge is that Joe Lee and
Chubb helped steal a re-nomination.
"I condemn the nomination of John
M. Cheney, not because Cheney is a
bad citizen in his private or profes professional
sional professional life, but I denounce and con condemn
demn condemn the motive and reason for this
nomination. It is openly charged that
this man Chubb has an agreement
with Mr. Cheney by which Chubb is
to be appointed clerk of the United
States district court. Nobody has
jhad the hardihood to deny this. If it
is untrue, let somebody deny it. The
transaction is tainted with dirty poli politics,
tics, politics, and the president of the United
States has debauched the federal ju judiciary
diciary judiciary in the state of Florida.
"But they say that the democratic
party has reformed. They say it is
progressive. When did it become
progressive? The truth is that the
democratic party is the opportunist
party in this country. But they say
that Woodrow Wilson is an earnest
;nd true advocate of the people's
rights. He is too recent a convert
to the cause of the people. I do not
believe in death-bed repentance. We
-av to Mr. Woodrow Wilson: "You ;
may be in earnest when you profess
to stand with the people, but you are
an eleventh hour convert. You can
go to the foot of the progressive
"lass and spell your way tip from the
ranks.' I believe, personally. Mr.
Wilson is honest in the sense that he
will not steal himself, nor permit oth
ers to do so with his sanction, and by
way of parenthesis I might add that
in this respect he has an immense
lead over Mr. Taft, who has demon
strated his ability as a receiver of
stolen goods, with knowledge of the
fact that they were stolen.
'"There is no man who has lived in
all these United States at any time
within the history of the country who
occupies the place in the hearts of
all the common, ordinary, every-day
people of the United States such as
Theodore Roosevelt occupies. He is
our leader. We profess his faith, and
while we may be delayed, and while
we may he obstructed, the day wil
come when the people of the United
States will demand that this great
man shall again occupy the White
House at Washington, and with his
master mind and indomitable spirit
again set this great nation upon the
path of righteousness."
(Concluded on Second Page)
nelleTlevr, Twelve Mile Sooth of
(Irala, Oae of the lrettlet aad
Moat Healthful Tawaa
Marion County, Florida, the win winter
ter winter garden and outdoor sanitarium
of the United States, contains within
Its borders no more charming nor
progressive community than the town
of Belleview, tucked away amid the
rolling highlands in the southern
part of the county, some twelve miles
distant from Ocala.
Belleview is just about midway be between
tween between Jacksonville and Tampa, on
the main line of the Seaboard Rail Railway,
way, Railway, being approximately one hun hundred
dred hundred miles from both the northern
and the southern metropolis of the
state. There are two trains daily in
either direction, and the trip can be
made direct from either city without
Situated on the backbone of the
peninsula, the land surrounding
Belleview is high, dry and well-drained,
swamps being unknown, while
mosquitoes, malaria, and other un un-healthful
healthful un-healthful conditions are here entirely
The excellent hard roads for which
Marion County is noted, radiate from
Belleview in every direction. The
run to Ocala, by automobile, is an
exhilarating twenty minute spin
through a picturesque farming coun country
try country of rare beauty. Silver Springs,
one of the greatest of Florida's na natural
tural natural wonders, and, according to tra tradition,
dition, tradition, the object of Ponce de Leon's
quest, is also only ten miles distant
by good road. Then there is beauti beautiful
ful beautiful Lake Weir, seven miles to the
southeast, and Smith Lake, a favorite
fishing and bathing resort of resi residents
dents residents of Belleview, several of whom
maintain permanent camps there,
only three miles to the east.
Founded in the spring of 1884 by
a group of promotors who had in
mind the establishment of a settle settlement
ment settlement which, by its convenient and
healthful location, would draw an ex excellent
cellent excellent class of permanent settlers
and winter residents, Belleview has
enjoyed not a rapid but a steady
and consistent growth, and, compara comparatively
tively comparatively speaking, now ranks with the
most prosperous communities in the
The city was incorporated by a spe special
cial special act of the Florida Legislature,
and for some time was noted as the
smallest incorporated borough in the
entire State. But although the small smallest
est smallest city, Belleview has also held en enviable
viable enviable records for progress and pros prosperity
perity prosperity that would do credit to many
communities with several times the
The town site ittelf occupies a
large tract of land, and practically
all of the residences in Belleview
have been built with large surround
ing yards, which add to the coolness
and quiet spaciousness of the loca
Live oaks, water oaks and other
handsome shade-trees line the prin principal
cipal principal streets, and the residents take
a pride in keeping the vegetation in
In the center of the town thers is
a beautiful natural park of several
acres, which has been reserved for
public use. Within this park is
found Lake Lillian, a circular body
of water, fed by springs, which re
flects the deep turquoise and gold
of the Florida skies when the north
is wrapped in snow and ice. Upon
the square surrounding this park
are many attarctive and substantial
homes. There is also a splendid build building
ing building site overlooking Lake Lillian
which the incorporators of the city
offer, with an absolutely free, clear
title, to any one who will erect a new new-hotel
hotel new-hotel for winter guests.
In addition to Lake Lillian, there
is another natural beauty spot with within
in within the city limits, an illustration of
which is shown on this page. This
is "The Grotto," a grass-grown and
( li.ir 11 1 i f 11 1 1 V ehiiitorl Hanraccinn !n tha
earthf nearly eighty feet d(iep into
i hjoh flowg a neVer-failing supplv of
colJ crV3tal.clear s,)ring water. ..Tne
(Irotto" is a favorite haunt of nature
lovers, and in addition to its scenic
attractions, it will also serve some
day as a source of supply for the pub public
lic public waterworks.
Outside of its many natural attrac attractions,
tions, attractions, Belleview has telegraph and
telephone conveniences, a good-sized
railroad depot, with freight and ex express
press express offices, one of the best man managed
aged managed post offices in the county, hotel
facilities for transients, several first first-class
class first-class boarding houses, churches, a
fine public school, a Masonic lodge,
all kinds of mercantile supply houses,
an excellent ice cream and refresh refreshment
ment refreshment parlor, and the prettiest little
public library, built on the mission
style, of rough, native stone, that ha3
yet been erected in this section of
The chief reason why Belleview
has continued to advance steadily on
the road to prosperity has been owing
to the spirit of co-operation that has
animated its citizens, making them
pull together for the best interests
of the community at all times.
Among the merchants, especially,
no more wide-awake and progressive
class of workers will be found any
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where in the State. By building up j
and maintaining first-class trading
centers, these gentlemen have added
mich to the prestige of Belleview,
in every way, besides encouraging
new people to come here and settle.
Belleview has some of the finest
farming lands in Marion County on
its outskirts. There are no very
large farms, such as the five hun hundred
dred hundred and one thousand acre tracts
planted to cantaloupes, watermelons,
and other early produce in the i i-cinity
cinity i-cinity of Ocala and other parts of
Marion County, but the lands are
more evenly divided among the pop population,
ulation, population, are smaller in area and
worked more intensively And this
is more desirable, from many view viewpoints.
points. viewpoints. Favorite crops are corn. oats, sweet
and irish potatoes, peanuts, straw strawberries,
berries, strawberries, tomatoes, cucumbers, cab cabbage,
bage, cabbage, lettuce, squash. beans, and
cantaloupes and watermelons.
Belleview holds the record this
year for the first shipment of canta cantaloupes,
loupes, cantaloupes, out of Marion County, which
took plact on M;:i lay. the i:!th ot
The raising of citrus fruits is also
well adapted to this section, and the
pecan flourishes like the green bay
tree if given intelligent care. Sev Several
eral Several of the finest pecan groves in
the county can be seen a short dis distance
tance distance from the town.
Belleview is a cosmopolitan center,
made up of broad minded and hos hospitable
pitable hospitable people who delight in show showing
ing showing the visiting stranger every court courtesy
esy courtesy and consideration. New settlers
are arriving at all times now; and
during the past few months seven
new residences have been erected.
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Altho few In number, the delegates
to the "progressive" convention arous aroused
ed aroused much Interest In Ocala. and a
kindly expressed interest at that.
The small size of the leathering,
however, caused the Importance of the
occasion to be underestimated, and a
good many jokes to be cracked at Its
That the movement Is not trivial Is
amply proven by the fact that Herbert
I Anderson is the most prominent
leader. Ocala knows "Herb" Ander Anderson
son Anderson too well to suppose that he does
anything: without eood reason. There
Is no longer-headed man In the state
and that he is on the wronsr side of
the political fence Is the only reason
that he does not today hold high of
fice. Not only has he been a repub
Mean In a southern state, but he has
been too Independent to bow to the
dictates of the machine.
The Star Is not in the confidence of
Mr. Anderson and the other progres
slves, but this is probably their plan.
Everybody believes that the national
reDubllcan Dartv will be beaten this
fall, and hardly anybody believes that
the "progressives" will win. However.
If the machine goes on the scrap heap
the progressives will be the leaders of
a renovated party In 1916. It will
make a much better showing in the
South than the old gang, and In case
of party success will obtain federal
natronaare. Whether there be much
to this or not. it suits better the dis
position of an Independent and cour
ageous man than following the tatter
ed banners of the old guard to pre
Saturday -Afternoon Sedition
When the convention reassembled
Saturday, at 2 p. m., there were Just
76 men present, over half of whom
were citizens of Ocala who had been
Invited by Secretary Williams and
other members of the convention to be
The threatened interruption by the
colored contingent did not occur. A J
small bunch of negroes gathered near
the door, but the presence of Sheriff
Galloway and two of his deputies.
Marshal Carter and Fire Chief Cham Chambers
bers Chambers proved an irresistible argument
for peace. One Afro-American came in
the vestibule and began to shoot off
his mouth, but Chief Chambers threw
him into the street, and that ended
The progressives claim that this
movement was entirely uncalled for
and a breach of faith; that the negroes
had their convention In St. Augustine,
and that It was fully understood that
the Ocala gathering was entirely for
Dr. Dodge opened the meeting by in invoking
voking invoking the divine blessing on the
business to be done and the men who
were to do it. after which Mr. II. I
Anderson, late of Ocala. but now of
Jacksonville, was elected temporary
chairman. After thanking the au audience
dience audience for the unexpected honor con conferred
ferred conferred on him, Mr. Anderson made an
address, a synopsis of which appears
at the beginning of this article..
The chair -then appointed II. I
Church of Duval county, W. C. Hodges
of Tallahassee. Benson of Gainesville,
Knowles of Key West and G. II. Judd
of Bradentown, a committee on reso resolutions.
lutions. resolutions. II. C. Groves of Ocala made a motion
that all who had been appointed dele delegates
gates delegates to this convention be seated
without regard to color. The chair
very nromotly ruled .the motion out of
M. O. Gibbons of Tampa, Lewis Otto
of Key West and W. C. Hodges of Tal Tallahassee,
lahassee, Tallahassee, were appointed a committee
on permanent organization. Meeting
adjourned to meet at 8 p. m.
pleasure and would fill the office bet better
ter better than many had done who had oc occupied
cupied occupied that chair during the past
Mr. Hodges then took up several
planks in the platform just adopted.
excessive taxation. Increase of pen
sions to old veterans, abolishing state
and county taxes, etc. He drew a very
pathetic picture of an old man liv
ing in the country, with no bath room
but a creek and no water to drink but
what came from a well, with none of
the comforts of his city neighbor who
revels in a porcelain tub. electric
lights, paved streets, etc.. and yet the
countryman had to pay more taxes in
proportion to the returns than any
one living in the city, tie said mat
the democratic candidate a week be before
fore before election would shake hands and
call him "old sport." but a week later
would dodge for fear he might be call
ed on for $2.50 to help pay his taxes
which had been more than doubled.
He made a desperate appeal to the
feelings of the old vets; said that un
der the democratic administration in
this state they only received a misera miserable
ble miserable pittance of 27 cents per day, not
enough to get one square meal and
promised if elected to do his level best
to get them at least $1 per day.
In the matter of lowering the taxes
he said that ten years ago the people
of Minnesota, principally Swedes and
Germans, got tired of paying out all
they could make to the tax collector,
so they set out to find a remedy, and
so successful were they that for the
past ten years they have paid neither
state or county taxes. He declared the
same thing was possible in Florida,
and if elected it would be his duty and
pleasure to see this beautiful theory
In the matter of the amalgamation
of the races, he said the republican
party had given it a fair trial but
found it as impossibility, and that no
democrat should fail to cast his lot
with the progressives from a fear that
there was a "nigger In the woodpile,"
for there would be none there, not
even a dead one.
The proceedings were observed by
the following well known Ocala citi citizens:
zens: citizens: Jake Brown, Will Knight, J. M.
Thomas, R. V. Curtiss, Stephen Jewett.
Elmer DeCamp, L. M. Murray, Lou
Green, F. B. Beckham, W. F. Marlowe.
Charlie Marshall, II. C. Jones, Gib Me Me-Rae,
Rae, Me-Rae, Ed Clements. William Wolff. John
Dewey, W. A. Scott, Buford Leitner and
some others. Mr. R. A. Burford was
present the front end of the evening
and Mr. W. K. Zewadskl tried to slip
in without any ticket at the last, but
the doorkeeper made him stay way
back and sit down. Mrs. William
Wolff and little daughter occupied one
of the boxes and Mr. and Mrs. Bate
Perdue had seats In the parquet.
Messrs. R. L. Anderson, G. W. Martin,
H. M. Hampton and others attended in
the afternoon, and "liamp" sat so far
up front that he was mistaken for a
The visitors sat close to and even
among the delegates, ana could have
taken part and voted and outvoted
them If they had behaved like the vis visitors
itors visitors to some conventions the writer
has attended In the good old conven
tion days of a quarter of a century
The gallery was open to the colored
people, but they were all at Ike Sim Simmons'
mons' Simmons' picture show. Dr. Groves' calf calf-moose
moose calf-moose convention or some other
amusement, and the gallery was as
empty as the noodle of the Honorable
George Fred Williams of Massachu
setts. Four newspaper men were pres present,
ent, present, but they are not worth mention
Among the delegates present were
C. II. Davis, M. G. Gibbons. V. S. Ny Ny-senwander,
senwander, Ny-senwander, G. C. Kelly of Ilillsboro;
O. C. Wyke. Dr. Trovlllian. W. II.
Waddell of Orange: T. I Phillips, II.
L. Anderson. Fred S. Grey, J. R.
Combs, Harry Minium, H. L. Church,
S. A. Wilson, Mr. FItzsimmons, T. E.
Walsh of Duval; W. C. Hodges. Leon;
II. C. Groves, D. S. Williams, Geo. K.
Robinson, M. J. Roess and Dr. Belcher,
Marlon; S. V. Anthony, Levy; C. E.
Spicer. West Palm Beach; C. H. Judd.
Manatee; D. P. Carlton, D. L. Skipper,
DeSoto; II. E. Benson. A. R. Jones,
Alachua; J. W. Williams. II. C. Budge.
Dade; C. L. Knowles, L. Otto, Monroe.
The nominations were as follows:
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At the night meeting there were a
few more men in attendance than at
the afternoon sessions, but at no time
were there 100 people present In the
audience. A' good deal of the time at
this meeting was given up to routine
'business; the reports of committees,
election of permanent officers, reading
platform, etc., and tho there was a
couple of stirring speeches, yet at no
time was there much more enthusiasm
displayed than would be found In a
church love feast; In fact, some one
said It was the most harmonious con convention
vention convention ever held since Noah conven convened
ed convened the animals Into the ark.
Permanent organization was accom
plished by electing M. G. Gibbons of
Tampa chairman and D. S. Williams
In thanking; the delegates for the
confidence Imposed In him. the chair
man made a brief but forceful address.
He said that he had often been called
on to preside over conventions in this
state but this was the first time that
he had had the honor of presiding
over a purely white meeting: that all
other political conventions he had at
tended had been mixed white and ne
groes, but In the progressive party
they had been called together to Inau
gurate there would be none of the ne
gro element In attendance. That the
republican party in Florida since '75
or '76 had been entirely dominated by
the negro and at the head of that ele element
ment element stood a negro whom he denom denominated
inated denominated a renegade. This, said the
speaker, had made it mighty hard for
Florida Twenty years ago the dem democrats
ocrats democrats got the controlling Interest in
the affairs of the state they had
pledged themselves to lead the people
to a promised' land even as Moses led
the children of Israel, but today after
the lapse of nearly a quarter of a cen century,
tury, century, the people were Just as far from
that land of promise as ever: taxes
have been more than doubled and not
a single monument In the whole state
to account for the Increase. "The dem democrats
ocrats democrats say that If we don't vote their
ticket the negroes will soon get entire
control In the state, but the progres progressive
sive progressive parry for which we stand today
will have none of It."
A full ticket was then nominated
for all the state and national offices.
Including presidential electors, and
delegates to the convention to be
held In Chicago. August 5. The chair
then Introduced Mr. W. C. Hodges of
Tallahassee, the candidate for gover governor,
nor, governor, who in a twenty-minute speech
did his level best to get up a little
enthusiasm. He said he had been nom nominated
inated nominated for the office of governor once
before but had declined to run. but this
time he was going to make the race
and he was going to win. and as he
only lived three blocks from the state
capitol. and four from the governor's
mansion, he would have to waste no
time in changing his residence, but
would do it with a vast amount of
District: J. de V.
Second: C. E. Spicer, Palm Beach.
Third: John Thomas Porter, Marian Marian-na.
na. Marian-na. At Large: E. R. Gunby, Tampa.
Wm. C. Hodges,
of State: Lewis Otto, Key
Commissioner of Agriculture: Bowen
Treasurer: D. L. Skipper, Zolfo.
Superintendent of Public Instruction:
F. D. Mitter. Jacksonville.
Attorney General: M. O. Gibbons,
Comptroller, to be named by the
Justice of the Supreme Court: E. P.
Axtell of Jacksonville.
Delegate to the National Convention
II. L. Anderson, C. L. Knowles. Hen Henry
ry Henry E. Benson, D. L. Skipper, Ernest
Wagner, G. II. Judd, W. C. Hodges, J.
I. Monoz. II. L. Church. C. E. Merrell,
J. W. Williams. O. C. Wike.
Alternates: M. J. Roess. Lewis Otto,
J. F. Tierce, Bowen Sheppard. F. P.
Miller, D. T. Carlton.
First District: W. C. Richardson of
Second: J. A. Trovillion of Orange.
Third: Geo. C. Wentworth of Escam Escambia.
bia. Escambia. At Large: W. W. Dewhurst of St.
Johns. T. T. Munroe of Marion.
This was a long and rather a well-
sounding document, almost democratic
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in its best utterances and telling the
uncomplimentary truth about the re republicans
publicans republicans as well as any democrat
could do. It began with the sonorous
'We the national progressives of
Florida, former democrats and repub republicans,
licans, republicans, in convention assembled at
Ocala, Florida, deeming it fit and
proper that in the organization of a
new political party in the nation and
state make the following declaration
The next two paragraphs, speaking
of the condition of the country in
general and the policy of the repub republican
lican republican party in particular, are quite ac accurate
curate accurate and might have been written
or endorsed by any progressive dem democrat.
ocrat. democrat. They are as follows:
'The economic conditions existing
in this nation, resulting from the
stupendous increase in population, the
extreme cost of living, the unequal
and unfair distribution of wealth, the
special privileges and advantages en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by the few to the exclusion of
the many, the corruption in and dom domination
ination domination of the republican and demo
cratic parties by the money interests,
the unequal burden of taxation rest resting
ing resting on the man of small "means and
the control of the government by sin sinister
ister sinister influences of the privileged
classes, make K the solemn duty of
the people to demand that the gov government
ernment government be restored to the people and
that it be administered in their inter interests.
ests. interests. "The republican party under malign
influences controlling the president of
the United States has betrayed the
people. It is reactionary in sentiment
and practice. It is revolutionary in
Its purpose to overthrow and thwart
the will of the people, organized fifty fifty-six
six fifty-six years ago upon the principles of
liberty of all the people: it has degen
erated into a camp of reckless mercen mercenaries.
aries. mercenaries. The attempted theft of the
presidency at Chicago this year is the
crowning act of its infamy. It has de
serted the people and has allied itself
with the inteersts and the appeal of
the citizens is met with mockery and
scorn In its counsels. It Is boss-ridden
under a self-perpetuating system and
all hope of its reform is lost."
The next paragraph denounces the
democratic party as heartily for sins
of omission as It does the republicans
for sins of commission. It is wander wandering,
ing, wandering, wishy-washy, hypocritr?al, non non-dependable,
dependable, non-dependable, doesn't and will not com
mand the respect of the people. To
sum It up shortly, the third party ac accuses
cuses accuses the other two parties of every
crime in the calendar except rape.
murder and arson, and rather insin
uates the last two.
It went on to tell of the heartache
caused by the breaking away of the
faithful from the old party, but if any anything
thing anything ached in that convention except
Lewis Otto's corns, there was no out outward
ward outward evidence of the fact. We don't
know that Mr. Otto has any corns. We
name him because he is further off
than any other delegate and less like likely
ly likely to come back and lick the reporter.
The next section bid for the old sol soldier
dier soldier vote of both armies, by promising
a pension of not less than $1 a day for
each veteran, Union or Confederate.
The next section denounced misman mismanagement
agement mismanagement of state finances by the dem democratic
ocratic democratic party, and promised that the
progressives. If put In power, would
not only conduct matters more ef efficiently
ficiently efficiently but do away with state and
The next section denounced the ex excessive
cessive excessive duties imposed by the tariff,
but pledged protection for Florida
The next favored elimination of
politics in the selection of judicial and
quasi judicial officers.
The next favored a session of the
legislature to enable municipalities to
build docks and warehouses, provide
terminal facilities and acquire riparian
The next favored good roads.
The next favored continuation of
The next two denounced union of
the races in political as well as social
The appointment of John M. Cheney
as judge of the district court of the
southern circuit of the state was de denounced,
nounced, denounced, not because the convention
finds any fault with Mr. Cheney as a
citizen, but because. It alleges, he
lacks experience as a civil practitioner
and because his appointment was
made as the result of a political bar bargain.
gain. bargain. The language of the resolution
would have blistered the smile off Mr.
Taft if he had heard it, and we think
almost every democrat could endorse
The document concluded by paying
a high tribute to Theodore Roosevelt,
and instructing the delegates to Chi Chicago
cago Chicago to vote for his nomination as
The evening session consumed only
two hours. There was no dispute and
everything moved smoothly. We should
not say the proceedings were cut and
dried before hand: but rather that all
the delegates knew just what they
were to dp. and did it without dispute
nor unnecessary delay. Dr. Groves
was conspicuous by his absence. It is
said he was presiding over a little
calf-moo.ae convention of his own at
Mitchell's hall. Said convention, so
we are told, nominated a full ticket
and passed appropriate resolutions:
also, elected Dr. Groves national com committeeman,
mitteeman, committeeman, to prest-nt the .claims of
the calf-mooe at Chicago. The doc doctor
tor doctor is a shrewd and resourceful citizen,
and will be heard from in the Windy
City, whether he gains the ear of tie
national committee or not.
SOCIETY WOMAN'S SUICIDE
Payne of Jacksonville
Hon In Walefc to
Jacksonville. July 28. Mrs. Harvey
B. Payne, one of the most popular
young society women of this city,
committed suicide some time Friday
evening, in a vancant house in the
heart of the fashionable Springfield
suburb, her body being found late
Saturday afternoon. She had rented
the house, It appears, for the sole pur purpose,
pose, purpose, going to a back room, where she
turned on the gas with the fatal re results.
sults. results. Mrs. Payne had separated from her
husband, who is now in business in Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, Fla. She was a daughter of the
late Damon Greenleaf, of the Green Green-leaf
leaf Green-leaf & Crosby Company, one of the
South's largest diamond and jewelry
HOWELL'S SHOT WENT HOME
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
t?on tractor in the dtJ.
For every purpose or a fTesh healing
liniment for man or beast there is no
remedy more powerful than DARBY'S
PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It is an ad addition
dition addition to its effectiveness on the flesh a
wonderful internal remedy. It relieves
cramps, colic, dysentery, sore throat,
swollen tonsils and sick stomach. As
a disinfectant for the sick room it Is
of extraordinary value. It destroys
germs and purifies the air. Added to
the water for bathing the face of a
fever patient it Is not only refreshing,
but It tends to allay the fever. Price
50c ber bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Fort White Merchant Fatally Woaad-
ed a Popular Yonns; Travel I a a;
Edward F. Thomas, traveling sales salesman
man salesman for the Porter-Mallard Grocery
Company, Jacksonville, who was
wounded in the breast, stomach and
left hand by a charge of buckshot
from a gun fired by W. J. Howell at
Fort White on Friday afternoon at 4
o'clock, and who was brought here at
7 o'clock Friday evening, died yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon at 2:43 o'clock.
Thomas and Howell had some words
over a trifling matter, and when
Thomas was passing Howell's store a
short time later, Howell fired on him
with a shotgun. Five buckshot struck
Thomas, who tried to return the fire
with a pistol, but the bullet went wide.
Thomas was 24 years of age and
had been employed by the Porter-
Mallard Company for several years.
He was a native of Thomasville, Ga.,
and the body will be carried there for
interment. Thomas leaves a wife and
TO THE PUBLIC
If you really knew how cheap I was
selling goods this week I am positive
that there would not be a yard of dry
goods sold by any firm In Ocala this
week outside of Frank's store. I
bought my goods early In the spring,
when prices were at rock bottom, and
I am giving you the advantage of
same. Last week I inserted a page
advertisement offering a large reward
if any merchant In Ocala could buy his
goods at the prices I am selling them
to you for. You will only find first
class merchandise in my store. I do
not sell anything that I cannot stand
back of. I am the first merchant in
Ocala to announce the 'MONEY BACK
WITHOUT A QUESTION IF NOT
SATISFIED" proposition. I have al
ways done what I agreed to and al
ways intend to treat you as I want to
be treated. In conclusion I wish to
say that if you do not attend this sale
you are certainly losing money as I am
positively selling you goods at less
than the wholesale prices.
Yours for low prices on good goods,
i When I
' With Billy
I WILL LEE'S
The best place in the city
$ MUSIC EVERY EVENING
from 6:00 to 7:30
GOOD KENDRICK FARM FOR SALE
A first class farm, two miles south
west of Kendrick and about the same
distance from both the Kendrick and
Blitchton hard roads, 120 acres In the
property, 40 acres of cut-over land
with some timber left Will sell sep
arate if desired. 60 acres under fence.
30 acres of which has grown up In
bushes and small pine saplings. First
class pine, oak and hckory land. Fine
well of never falling water. Fairly
good dwelling house, two barns, etc.
Lot of peach, some figs and young or orange
ange orange trees. Titles perfect and place Is
clear of debt. A bargain at $2500. If
Interested, Inquire at the Star office.
MORE GOOD MEASURES
For Taft to eto Income Tax on
Corporations Panned the Senate
Washington, July 26. Democrats
and progressives united again In the
Senate last night and by -a vote -of 36
to 18 adopted the democratic excise
tax bill extending the present tax on
corporations to the business of indi individuals,
viduals, individuals, private firms and copartner copartnerships.
ships. copartnerships. Attached to the measure also
by the aid of republican votes were
amendments for the repeal of the Can Canadian
adian Canadian reciprocity law and the fixing
of a $2 per ton tariff on print paper,
and for the establishment of a non
partisan tariff commission.
HAPPIEST GIRL IN L1XCOLX
A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes, "I had
been ailing for some time with chronic
constipation and stomach trouble. I
began taking Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets and in three days I
was able to be up and get better right
along. I am the proudest girl In Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln to find such a good medicine."
For sale by all druggists.
A CUT FOR THE DEAL
Seven Ilalloona Trying? Out for the Air
Contest In Germany This Fall
Kansas City, July 20. Seven huge
gas balloons manned by pilots of Am America
erica America ascended from the aviation field
here yesterday in a race to determine
which three shall Journey to Stuttg-art,
Germany, this fall to compete with
foreign sportsmen in an effort to re
gain for America the James Gordon
Bennett trophy, lost last year when a
German balloon won the race.
WHAT MAKES A WOMAXT
One hundred and twenty pounds,
more or less, of bone and muscle don't
make a woman. Its a good foundation.
Put into It health and strength and she
may rule a kingdom. But that's Just
what Electric Bitters give her. Thou
sands bless them for overcoming
fainting and dizzy spells and for dis dispelling
pelling dispelling weakness, nervousness, back backache
ache backache and tired, listless, worn out feel feeling.
ing. feeling. "Electric bitters have done me a
world of good, writes Eliza Pool, De De-pew.
pew. De-pew. Okla., "and I thank you. with all
my heart, for making such a good
medicine." Only 50c Guaranteed by
Tydings & Company.
OUT FOR THE DOUGH
Detroit, July 28. Eight aldermen
and the secretary of the common coun council
cil council committee were arrested yester yesterday
day yesterday on charges of accepting bribes
and conspiracy to accept a bribe for
their votes and influence in the pass passing
ing passing of a measure affecting city prop property
erty property recently transferred to the Wa Wabash
bash Wabash Railroad.
A. M. Nason, farming near Canaan,
Me., was badly crippled with sciatic
rheumatism due he says to uric acid in
his blood. "Foley Kidney Pills entire entirely
ly entirely cured me and also removed numer numerous
ous numerous black specks that were continually
before my eyes." Foley Kidney Pills
are a uric acid solvent and are effect effective
ive effective for the various forms of rheuma rheumatism.
tism. rheumatism. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
ANEW SHIPMENT OF
SEE US FIRST IF YOU
HELMT0N & PASTEUR
WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS., PROPRIETORS
Baggage, Freight. Pianos. Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Gi?en All Orders.
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE
KILLED 11V THE HEAT
Jacksonville, July 28. Heat claim claimed
ed claimed the first victim of the summer here
when J. D. Walsh, a plasterer, died at
the county hospital. Walsh was ov overcome
ercome overcome while at work.
Right in your busiest season when
you have the least time to spare you
are most likely to take diarrhoea and
lose several days time, unless you
have Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy at hand and take a
dose on the first appearance of the
disease. For sale by all dealers.
RANKS SET A GOOD EXAMPLE
Would You Rather Pay For a Pump Once YVIu
You Buy It, or Pay For One Three
Or Four Times?
When you buy a pump poorly made from cheap ma
rials you have only started to pay for it, for you havtf to
for a couple of others daring the time a good one wov
still be giving satisfactory service.
This isn't the worst feature of buying a cheap pun
the annoyance and inconvenience it causes by getting c
of order is even worse than the expense.
The pumps we sell are the reliable, durable kind tl
give lasting satisfaction. They run easily, flow the m
water and do not require, repairs or get out of order.
When you need a pump, it pays to buy one, of 011
and if you already have a poor one, it will pay you to tt
a good one from us NOW.
IV2am5iQim ff-Iaipdlwsin2 Cq
Eifective June 9th
OcaHa Mortihem Raafliroai
will sell round trip tickets from all points on its line
one way rate, on Sunday only
S. P. HOLLINRAKE
Gen. Pass. Agent
Commencing July 18th the banks of
this city will close on Thursdays until
further notice at 1 p. m.
Ocala National Rank.
The Munroe & Chambliss Rank.
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel,
the American and European Plans.
American Plan," f2 per day and up. European nan, f 1.00 per day and u
Special Weekly Rates.
- Churchill & Co.
OCAXA fc'VEXIXG STAMt, MONDAY', JtXY 29, 1812.
WHY YOU SHOULD BANK WITH
Tine Comnmieraal Bamlk
Firsts Its shareholders are all home people, business
men 'and farmers. Their Interests and yours are mutual,
remain Tight here In the community for the upbuilding
OUR CERTIFICATES DEAR
seconds Its business Is governed with conservatism. Speculation plays no
part in Its conduct. It fosters and encourages home enterprises, all of which
make for soundness and satisfactory bank service.
should be not only
elegant but everlasting. Good looking silver silverware
ware silverware in your home leaves an impression on
visitors and friends that exists after all other
impressions fade. We invite you to look to today
day today over our specially selected stock of the
latest designs in beautiful silverware.
ALLIGATOR RAIN COATS
They arc the kind that don't leak. Guaranteed absolutely water waterproof
proof waterproof and will not crack or stick. We will cheerfully refund purchase
money or give a new coat for any coat not up to this, guarantee. We
have a nice assortment of both riding and walking coats, fresh stock
and at moderate prices. We are headquarters for storm aprons, cur curtains,
tains, curtains, canopies and buggy tops. There Is no reason why you should not
protect yourself against the wet weather and prevent sickness and
KNIGHT &l LANG
F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
Specialist in Clinic Diseases
THE DR. IYTCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407.
Dr. Stewart's Residence, 62.
Xutet Call ma! liy wperlal appoint
after 7 p. ni. each day.
V. B. KELLER & CO.
(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
or Day, to All Parts of City
Parlors Located Between Ideal
Theater and Express Office
DAY PHONE, 345
NIGHT PHONE, 448
V. B. KELLER & CO.
Accurate building Plans, Blue Print
and Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. C'se Estimates
fade on Erection of Buildings of any
character by contract or on commis
!on basis. vnte or consult me at
orlkweat Corner Ocala R?oae Block
Th bank's profits
of our town and
FOUR PER CEXT INTEREST
TTTYaTX Til If 1 1 If 1 1 1
E. L. STEWART, M. D.
Specialist in Diseases of Eye,
Nose, Throat and Lungs
Suite 1 to 7 Holder Block. Southwest
Corner Qf Public Square
Special Qenltp Urinary C'llalr
Corner Bay and ilogan Sis.
RATES: $1 and Up
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone in Each Room. Free Baths.
COOLEST ROOMS, DEST BEDS
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS
Take Street Car at Union Station and
Get off at Hogan Street.
IXFECTED RAT FOUND
IN NEW ORLEANS
New Orleans, July 28. Discovery of
the bubonic bacilli was made in New
Orleans yesterday afternoon by fed
eral and city health authorities. The
bacteria of the dreaded plague was
found in a rat caught on the water
front. The discovery was made after
the examination of several hundred
rats during the past two weeks had
failed to reveal any trace of the
THE CnOICE OF A HUSBAND
Is too Important a matter for a woman
to be handicapped by weakness, bad
blood or foul breath. Avoid these kill
hopes by taking Dr. King's Life Pills.
New strength, fine complexion, pure
breath, cheerful spirits things that
win men follow their use. Easy, safe.
sure. 23c at Tydings & Company.
ANOTHER CONVICTION FOR ALLEX
Wytheville. Va.. July 28. Claude
Swanson Allen, one of the Hillsville
outlaws, was convicted yesterday of
murder in the first deeree for the
killing of Commonwealth Attorney
William M. Foster. At a former tria
he was found guilty of murder in the
second degree for the killing of Judge
Thornton L Massie.
The greatest enemy of cnildhooJ Is
the tape worm. It destroys health and
undermines the constitution. The great greatest
est greatest enemy of intestinal worms Is
WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. It
removes the worms and helps the child
back to strength, vigor and cheerful cheerfulness.
ness. cheerfulness. Price 25 cents per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.
K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Policeman Frank Hall is on the sick
Phone 284 lor quick prescription ser service.
vice. service. Mrs. Kartell of
the Ocala House.
Jacksonville Is at
Dr. A. I Blalock, phyftletaa,
Miss Alice Bullock went down to the
lawe to visit friends this afternoon.
Mr. Welch Dewey
visit to Seabreeze.
i3 home from his
Alfred Deck is home from
Miss Rebecca Smith, who has been
very sick, is Just able to sit up again.
Miss Mary Connor returned Satur Saturday
day Saturday night from her visit to Tampa.
The members of the house party re returned
turned returned from Stanton on the noon train
Typho-bactrine prevents typhoid
fever. Use it. Get the facts from the
city board of health. Don't delay.
A. M. Chapman of Cltra and C. E.
Adams of Burbank were at th? Ocala
Mr, W. H.
was at the
Massey of Orange Springs
Ocala House Saturday
A new supply of hair brushes Just in
at the Court Pharmacy. We invite
your inspection before you buy.
Mrs. A. C. Cobb and little daughter.
Fanita left today for a visit to Wall
Springs, near Tarpon.
ICED AIR AT THE TEMPLE THE THEATER
ATER THEATER TONIGHT. "The House of Qual Quality."
ity." Quality." The little daughter of -Mr. and Mrs.
S. M. Lummus was very sick last night,
but Is better today.
Mr. John Spurlin came up from the
lake this morning, and has taken a
position in the Pyles garage.
ICED AIR AT THE TEMPLE THE THEATER
ATER THEATER TONIGHT. "The House of Qual Quality."
ity." Quality." With every 50c. cash purchase you
get a chance on a $50 lady's wardrobe
trunk at H. A. Waterman's.
ICED AIR AT THE TEMPLE THE THEATER
ATER THEATER TONIGHT. "The House of Qual Quality."
ity." Quality." Mr. and Mrs.- Henry Raysor and
baby left for their new home in Nash Nashville
ville Nashville Thursday.
ICED AIR AT THE TEMPLE THE THEATER
ATER THEATER TONIGHT. "The House of Qual Quality."
ity." Quality." For quick service in anything you
want in the drug or toilet line, call
281, the Court Pharmacy.
A second prize will bo offered at the
Air Dome. The person getting the
second highest number of votes will
be given a free trip to Atlanta and re
Mrs. John Qiddings and baby, after a
pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
(Smith, returned to their home in
Messrs. John Spencer and Will Mock
are home from a visit to the north.
during which they visited the great
Buick factory at Flint, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Kirkland left
this morning for Pearson, Ga.. where
Mrs. Kirkland will spend the re remainder
mainder remainder of the summer.
Miss Winifred Streator, who has
been taking a teacher's course at
Gainesville, passed thru yesterday on
her way home to Lakeland. She is a
friend of the Misses Seymour, from
Whom she had a visit while the train
Messrs, H, W. Tucker and Edward
Qreen returned Saturday from a fish
ing trip to Lake Weir, during which
they caught an even hundred fish.
The Ideal Is expecting for Its vaude
ville stage a lady diver, who plays
musical Instruments under water. She
will give her performances in a big
glass tank in plain view of the au
Mrs. H. G. MacDavid and Mrs. W. A.
Scott left today for Micanopy, to at
tend the funeral of their uncle, Mr.
Thos. J. McCredie, who died last night.
Rev. W. H. Dodge accompanied them
to officiate at the funeral.
ICED AIR AT THE TEMPLE THE
ATER TONIGHT. "The House of Qual
When In Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney. at the Glrard. No. 11
East Duval street, just off Main. Best
75c. room In the city.
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula If you like.
25c. the package at the Post Office
You can save money by purchasing
second-hand and rebound books at the
Ocala News Co.
Two negroes, George Williams and
Hanson Allen, were up in Judge Bell's
court this morning for carrying con
cealed weapons. George paid $100 and
Hansom's case was continued till
Professor Wiley had the misfortune
to lose a valuable mare Saturday
morning. He drove in from Fessen Fessen-den.
den. Fessen-den. and owing to the heat drove very
slowly, but the animal, tho showing
no sisrns of distress, dropped like she
had been shot on North Magnolia
street in front of Mrs. Beaton's resi
dence. and died in a minute. The mare
was a valuable animal and Prof.
Wiley thought a great deal of her.
Fretful babies need the comforting
effect of M'GEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It
quiets ieverisnness, corrects sour
stomach, cures colic pains and checks
diarrhoea. It is a perfectly safe and
wholesome remedy, containing no
opium, morphine or injurious drug of
any kind. Price 25c. and 50c. per hot
tie. Sold by all druggists.
Get a set of dainty JAPANESE tea
cups at the Ocala News Co. for $1.15
Everybody in the southwest quarter
of town, where the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Phillips, Is lo located,
cated, located, was deeply grieved last eve evening
ning evening to learn of the death of little
Marian, their seven-year-old daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. This little girl was operated on at
the Sanitarium for appendicitis about
two weeks ago. The operation seem seemed
ed seemed a success and she was to all ap appearance
pearance appearance rapidly recovering. Yester Yesterday
day Yesterday afternoon, she took a turn for the
worse and died before her parents
could reach her bedside.
The funeral services were held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phillips this"
morning. Revs. J. B. Ley and W. H.
Dodge officiated, and many friends
were present to bid a last farewell to
their bright little girl friend.
Interment was made in Greenwood
cemetery. Mclver & MacKay had
charge of the arrangements.
All members of the band requested
to meet for practice tomorrow evening
. Albert Gerig, Leader.
On Thursday, which is the first of
the month, the Peabody brothers have
been in Ocala just two years. They
promise the people of Ocala an excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally good program on that night.
They are giving the trip to New York
to show their appreciation to the peo people
ple people of Ocala for their goodness to
them. These boys have run a picture
show in Ocala longer than any one
has ever done before.
The Ocala gymnasium, of which Mr.
B. F. Condon is promoter and guard guardian,
ian, guardian, is very nicely fitted up. There are
pulls and punching bags, a fine mat
for wrestling and, O tell it not outside
of Gath, a neatly roped off space for
boxing matches. There is an elegant
shower bath and lockers for the mem members
bers members clothes. For the next thirty
days, the initiation fees are suspend suspended,
ed, suspended, and any person of good character
may join, the association desiring to
secure as large a membership as pos possible.
sible. possible. The dues are $1 a month,
and the privileges of the gym are cer certainly
tainly certainly much more than worth it,
Judge Gober went to Dunnellon this
morning, to defend a colored lady, who
killed another colored lady Saturday
night. Owing to the sickness of Jus Justice
tice Justice Barksdale the hearing was post postponed.
poned. postponed. Jim Carlisle was missing at the Ma Marlon
rlon Marlon Hardware Co. this morning, and
the other boys thought he was in an
elopement or some other misfortune.
However, Jim showed up at 1 p. m., as
cheerful as ever.
Mr. Otto Lohrig has given up his
position in the postoffice and will go
to help his father in the lumber bus business
iness business at Maxvllle. Mr. William Charles
will take Mr. Lohrig's place.
Several of our young men who were
indulging in a quiet game, with just
enough bets to make it Interesting,
were rounded up by the county officers
last night, and contributed $5 each to
the county funds in Judge Bell's court
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Brown and little
son passed thru yesterday on their way
from Pablo, to their new home at
Trilby. They have been residents of
Ocala for the last four years and will
be much missed.
Don't suffer with heat. Stop at the
Court Pharmacy and cool off while enr
joying a dish of tht good ice cream.
News came this morning of the
death of Mrs. & 8. Duvall's sister at
Bridgeport, Conn. Mrs. Duvall had
been with her sister for the last two
An Imported lot of Japanese Tea Cups.
On sale during the next ten days for
$1.15 per set at the Ocala News Co.
While shopping, stop and cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
money; Just want your company.
TEN PAYS ONLY
SIX PATTERNS OP IMPORTED JAP JAPANESE
ANESE JAPANESE TEA CUPS $1.23 PER SET.
SEE WINPOW. OCALA NEWS CO.
What Are You Paying?
il Cans an Camp s Deans 2.c
Florida Tomatoes, large size.... 10c
Florida Tomatoes, small size, 3
Swift's Premium Hams per lb 17c
Diamond C Hams per lb 17c
Favorite Corn, 3 Cans for 2;
Cracker Boy Coffee per lb 30c
Lord De La Ware Soup per can. ,6c
Large Bucket. Cottolene. $1.30
Medium Bucket Cottolene. .... .qOc
Best Creamery Putter per lb. .33c
In 3 lb. lots from the tub (1. e.
not prints) $1.00
3 Packages Jello and Ice Cream
3 Packages Lipton's Jelly Tab
3 Sunbeam Cornflakes 22c
3 Cans 5c. Gold Evaporated Milk 10c
3 Packages Dutch Cleanser 25c
3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy. . .S
15? lbs. Granulated Sugar. .$1.00
Old Country Blend Tea per lb. .50c
o nations yjn uuc
Full Cream Cheese per lb 20c
Fresh Bulk Oatmeal per lb 5c
Heinz Vinegar per call on 35c
Salt Bacon per lb 14c
13 lbs. Whole Grain Rice for $1.00
24-lb. Sack Henry Clay Flour $1.00
12-lb. Sack Henry Clay Flour 50c
Cream of Wheat per package. .. 15c
Wesson Cooking Oil 30c
Compound Lard 11c
Fine Irish Potatoes, per peck, ,40c
STANDING OP COXTESTAXTS
WILL BE AXXOrXCED TOXIGHT
Tonight the standing of the contest contestants
ants contestants in the Ocala- New York trip con contest
test contest will be given at the Air Dome.
Some surprises are expected as It Is
thought some big gains have been
made by the ones that were standing
low at the last announcement. The
pictures for tonight start the we-ik
just right two good comics and a
thrilling drama. This week a collec collection
tion collection of feature pictures will be run.
These hot nights there is not a more
comfortable place in Ocala than a seat
at the Air Dome where the nice cool
breezes blow on alL
Tonight's program Is as follows:
"Taking His Medicine." Comic.
"How Sir Andrew Lost His Vote."
Another side-splitting comic.
"The Russian Peasant." In this pic picture
ture picture is shown the oppression of Rus Russian
sian Russian peasants. A very instructuve
TEMPLE PICTURE SHOW
The Temple Theater, "The House of
Quality," will open tonight as a pic picture
ture picture house, under new management,
with new machine and operator; In
fact, everything new but the house,
and that will be improved by being
cooled by iced air which will make it
the most comfortable place in the
city. The new management does not
intend to conflict with the shows now
running, but will run matinees, am amateur
ateur amateur nights and so forth, on different
nights from the other houses so as to
give the people a chance to go to
these features at all the theaters. All
new and up-to-date features will be
shown at the Temple soon and new
contests and prize giving features will
be introduced. Vaudeville will be used
when the right kind can be secured,
but if we cannot get the right class we
will not have any. Come out tonight
and bring your friends and see what
a difference the iced air will make.
Popular prices will prevail 5 and 10
cents to all. Doors open at 7 o'clock.
The following Is the program for
"The Tramp Bicyclist." Comedy. It
will get you on the start and hold you
to the end.
"A Tlucky Western Girl." Drama. A
story of one of those noble girls of the
'Training a Woman Skater."
great feature film.
AIK DOME BENEFITS
On Wednesday evening, Aug. 7, the
entertainment at the Air Dome will
be for the benefit of the Civic League.
The Air Dome will give a benefit every
Wednesday night this summer in be
half of some good cause.
OPEN DAY A!fD NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
During my absence from the city,
my partner, Dr. H. F. att, will an
swer all calls. Residence phone 151.
Dr. D. M. Smith.
Special ten days sale on
Genuine Japanese Cups and Saucers
$1.15 per set.
See window. Ocala News Co.
firxisiied rooms wanted
Wanted, two large or three ordinary
sized rooms, furnished for housekeep-
ng. close to square; younsr couple and
baby. Apply at Star office.
niG LOAD OF WOOD
The biggest load of wood in the city
for $1, delivered to your house. Phone
223, Ocala Lumber & Supply Company.
SEE OUR WINDOW OF JAPANESE
TEA CUPS FOR $1.15 A SET. OCALA
On one of the society pages of the
Times-Union of Sunday is a very good
picture of Frances Louise, the pretty
baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Clark of this city.
Service at the Baptist church yester
day was of unusual Interest. In spite
of the warm weather the congrega congregation
tion congregation was large, the house was made
comfortable by electric fans and Pas
tor Stevens preached with his usual
eloquence and force. At the close of
the sermon the ordinance of baptism
was administered and a young man
taken into church membership. Miss
Porter, the soloist, being absent, the
music was led by a chorus of sixteen
men, who sang the grand old hymns
with fine effect.
The young people of the Baptist
and congregation will have a B. Y. P.
U. social next Friday evening at the
home of Rev. and Mrs. Bunyan Stev
ens on Oklawaha avenue. An interest
ing program is being prepared. The
committee on refreshments is at work
and the affair promises to be an ex
ceedingly pleasant one.
ICED AIR AT THE TEMPLE THE
ATER TONIGHT. "The House of Qual
If you want to find your friend while
down town, so to the Court Pharmacy
they all meet there.
Dr. Van Hood. Mrs. Hood and Miss
Marguerite Porter will leave Wednes
day for Daytona Beach on a week s
vacation, solnsc over in their car via
Orlando, Sanford and DeLand.
The negro man who was shot near
Montague about ten days ago left the
hosnital Saturday night. He was
badly shot through the body but with
skillful treatment and good nursing,
made a rarid recovery, and evidently
preferred to skip out rather than ap
pear against the man who shot him.
ICED AIR AT THE TEMPLE THE
ATER TONIGHT. "The House of Qual
Mrs. Len Dozler. who fell and broke
her limb some eight days ago. is suf
fering greatly. Mr. Eugene Dozier of
Jacksonville, is here looking after the
comfort of his mother, but It will be
long tme before she will be well.
Mrs. R. C. Muncaster. who has been
visiting her parents. Col. and Mrs. Kay
In Jacksonville, expected to return
home today, but Mr. Muncaster re
ceived a tihone message yesterday
that she was ill and would not be here
for some days.
Mrs. W P. Edwards is enjoying
viit from her niece. Miss Jennie
Moore, a very charming young lady
from Anniston, Ala.
Carpenters have been at work all
day at the Ideal, cutting through the
walls and placing suction fan, and
patrons will find this theater fifty pe
ceiit cooler than before.
A DOLLAR SAVED
is equal lo two dollars earned. Ever think test If is Jest
as easy to save a dollar as to spend it needlessly?
Try it and see.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
is the place to start and to continue saving. Start ca ac account
count account and gel into the habit of adding to it every day.
You know it's the right thing to do, so why net do it?
CAPITAL FULLY PAID IN 97
H. D. 8TOKE3. Cxihler.
JNO. L EDWARD 8. Pre.
SPECIALS AT THE
IDEAL THIS WEEK
Every night this week, four reels of
the finest pictures obtainable will be
shown, and three one-dollar bills will
be given away each night, so every everybody
body everybody has three chances to win one of
Tuesday night double votes given In
the Popular Lady Contest and Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night this contest closes. All
those holding votes be sure and get
them in Wednesday night to help their
Thursday night Is amateur night,
and the prizes in the Popular Lady
contest will be given this night.
Matinee Saturday at 4 o'clock; five
cents to all; prizes for the children.
These are dandy pictures tonight:
"The Trail of Gold." A fine western.
"Capt. Jenk's Diplomacy." Featuring
John Bunny, the man who's funny.
"The Doctor." One big laugh from
start to finish.
AFTER A QUARTER
OF A MILLION ACRES
As will be seen by the following
from the Tampa Tribune, the Tampa
and Jacksonville railroad Is after the
state government for a big tract of
land which It claims as its due. The T.
and J., of which Mr. A. P. Stuckey Is
a high official, has its southern ter terminus
minus terminus near Berlin, and if the people
of Ocala had as much get up and git
as they should have, it would build
into this city. The article from the
Tribune is as follows:
To secure 250,000 acres of land al alleged
leged alleged to be due from the state of Flor-
da, the Tampa & Jacksonville Rail
way In the lederal court In Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville has entered suit against Gov.
Albert W. Gilchrist and other officials
as members of the board of trustees of
he Internal Improvement Fund. This
uit grew out of an act of the Florida
eg'slature passed In 1895, by which
the name of the Gainesville, Rocky
Point and Micanopy Railroad was
hanged to the Gainesville and Gulf
Railway. This act gave the road ev every
ery every other section of land along the
road which was to be built. Later, in
1905, this road was consolidated with
he Tampa and Jacksonville road. The
new road built twenty-five miles of
track. Under the act of the leglsla-
ure which changed the name of the
road, the company was to receive 10,-
000 additional acres of land for every
mile of track constructed. This land
n question was deeded to the state of
Florida by the United States in 1850.
n 1855 the state passed a bill estab
lishing a board of trustees of the In-
ernal Improvement Fund, the gover
nor, comptroller, treasurer, attorney
general and commissioner of agricul-
ure. The road alleges that although
twenty-five miles of road have been
constructed no lands have been deed
ed to the road under the provisions of
the act of the legislature. An exhibit
s attached describing the tracts of
and claimed by the road, and also the
lands held by the state, all of which
are classed as swamp lands. The court
s asked to order the conveyance of
the aforesaid 250,000 acres of land as
provided for under the provisions of
the act of the Florida legislature re
ferred to. A restraining order Is also
asked for to prevent the sale of any
of the described lands by the board of
trustees of the Internal Improvement
ICED AIR AT THE TEMPLE THE
ATER TONIGHT. "The House of Qual
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Connor and little
son Dayton are visiting friends at Her
A little son was born on Sunday to
Mr. and Mrs. Irby Knoblock at Mar
The musical Wolfes, who gave per
formances at the Ideal last week, have
certainly great ability in their line.
Their music In particular was much
ICED AIR AT THE TEMPLE THE
ATER TONIGHT. "The House of Qual Quality."
ity." Quality." Do you like To know that your pre
scriptions are filled correctly, with the
best of drugs, and delivered to you
promptly? Then try the Court Pharm
acy, send or pnone zi.
A second prize will be offered at the
Air Dome. The person getting the
second highest number of votes will
be given a free trip to Atlanta, and
Clifford Peabody will give one-half
the proceeds of the Air Dome Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night. August "th, to the Junior
Mrs. C. LeFils Saunders and pretty
little daughter, Percy, recently left
for Ocala, where they will enjoy a de delightful
lightful delightful visit with Mrs. H. W. Hamp Hampton.
ton. Hampton. Much time will be spent at Mrs.
Hampton's summer home at Lake
Weir and Mrs. Saunders will not re return
turn return to Jacksonville until fall.
If you want to see a busy prescrip prescription
tion prescription counter, look in at the Court
Pharmacy's prescription department.
( PICTURE GZh
CLARENCE CAMP. Tic. PrM.
TO THE CUSTOMERS
OP THE O. K. TEAPOT
It will be well for you to give us
your name the first thing, when giving
us an order over the telephoned
We try to get your name the first
thing, but can't always do so.
By giving your name as soon as you
get us, will do away with the annoy annoyance
ance annoyance of being cut off while you are
giving an order. Unfortunately, this
happens very often, and unless we
recognize your voice, we are at a loss
what to do, for we have your order
and not your name.
We are not familiar with the tele telephone
phone telephone business, so can't blame the
management or the operators for these
We don't want to take the blame on
ourselves, therefore we are making
this explanation. You at the other
end are apt to think that we are care careless
less careless in our way of doing business.
Such is not the case, for your tele telephone
phone telephone orders get the same careful at attention
tention attention that your orders get which
are given in person.
For the convenience ot our patrons,
we have two phones (16 and 174) and
it very seldom happens that you can't
get us right on the minute.
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during; the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Partly cloudy; northeast wind.
Minimum temperature, 74 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 90 degrees.
Average, 78 degrees.
Local showers tonight or Tuesday,
except generally fair extreme north northwest
west northwest portion.
Experienced office man and book bookkeeper,
keeper, bookkeeper, now employed, wants change.
Reference employer. Good reason for
change. Address, Bookkeeper, P. O.
Box 127, Ocala, Fla,
WANTED Black Minorca' chickens.
Apply tj Mrs. J. W. Wldner, Leesbtorg.
Fla., box 26.
WANTED To repair, upholster or
refinlsh your furniture. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Ocala Auto Top Co., at
WANTED To get your auto top
work; made new or recovered; backs,
cushions, slip covers, hoods, etc. Satis
faction guaranteed. Ocala Auto Top
Co., at McAteer's shop.
For cantaloupe and watermelon land
apply to the Alachua Realty Co.,
FOR SALE One team or Horses and
wagon. Apply to the Woodmar Sand
& Stone Company.
Board and room for a limited num
ber, private family, excellent location,
very reasonable rate. Southwest cor corner
ner corner of East Broadway and Tuscawilla.
FOR RENT Offices In Holder build
ing. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR RENT 131 South Watula
street, 2-story.r seven rooms, large lot.
$15. if. C. Packham.
DOG STRAYED OR STOLEN
Large black and white spotted
hound dog, strayed or stolen Sunday
morning from the express office. Dog
had a six-foot rope tied to neck. Re Reward
ward Reward will be paid If returned to the
Southern Express office, Ocala, Fla.
ICED AIR AT THE TEMPLE THE THEATER
ATER THEATER TONIGHT. "The House of Qual Quality."
ity." Quality." Dr. II. M. DePass of Gainesville and
Messrs. Jack and Clarence Camp of
Ocala, recently joined Mr. W. B. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor of Gainesville at his fishing lodge lodge-at
at lodge-at Bayport, where they are enjoying
fishing. Brooksvllle Star.
In these days of high cost or living,
a medicine that gets a man up out of
bed and able to work in a few days Is
a valuable and welcome remedy. John
Heath. Michigan Bar, Cal.. had kidney
and bladder trouble, was confined to
his bed, unable to turn without help.
I commenced using Foley Kidney
Pills and can truly say I was relieved
at once." His example Is worth fol following.
lowing. following. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drug Drugstore.
store. Drugstore. This Is the market where QUALITY
is the predominating feature togethet
with CLEANLINESS and REASONA
BLE PRICES It is the market where
you are sure ot the best your money
will buy plus good, couorteous, prompt
These hot days are the days that
prove the excellence of our refrigerat refrigerating
ing refrigerating equipment and our sanitary con conditions
ditions conditions will YOU prove them to
YOUR OWN satisfaction by trying us?
W. II. MARSH, Prrietr.
FORMERLY EDWARDS, MARKET
dr First t
OCAIA EVENING STAR, MOXfcAY, JULY 29, 1912.
"Flavor" Made It
The unexcelled deliciousness of Moerlein's wins
the favor of discriminating people at once. 44 It
b just as good as it tastes" is the highest praise
one could give.
Moerlein's flavor can only be produced by
Moerlein's quality the best of quality the
best of brewing.
B ARB AROSS A
(Brewery Bottled Only)
When you know Moerlein's you'll want no other beer
at your house. Phone or postal calls a case promptly.
Sold at most bars and cafes.
STIIAUSS A COMPANY
, 2.1 South Magnolia St
Phone 29.1, Orala, Florida
A GREAT HOUSE FURNISHING
Following are just a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in otir Great Furniture, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the stock over, you will find many
things you want.
For the Office
Roll and Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stmographer's
Desks, Office Chairs, Stools. Sofas, Etc.
For the Dining Room
Handsome Hound or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Hugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, IJouffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Handsome Mahoganj, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Backed or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Rugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. Bedroom Furniture
Beautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Birdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Trices. Rugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers and
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. Stoves and Ranges
n Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Sissors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rifles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons. Etc.
Carriage and Harness Dept
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc., in the Coutnry.
dies. Lap Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
McIVER & MacKAY
PHONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.
Author t! "Tfce Pionetr"
"Ttoarrtws Taafile, etc
Dom. J. Lavln
WHEN OUT OF
An auto is a very expensive pile of
junk. No one can really afford a car
that cannot be used. That's why at
the first sign of trouble you should
send your machine here to be repair-
trouble will be
costs much less
ounce of precaution
than a pound of re-
Florida Auitto Sales Co.
North of Government Buildina Ocala. Fla.
Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
Am employ nunc bat expert we are In ponlllun to Rim ran lee ev
ery pleee of work ne construct to ntnnri the Inspection f the muni
rigid Inspector. It eontn nothing to tet our flKiiren, and you are the
winner, whether we aeeure the contract or not. l.lve un a trial.
M. W. TUCKER
FORT KINti II LOCK
Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1st
WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Bath $2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager
Copyright Lus by Ue Bott-Mernii Co.
ane iaia ner napKin on tfie table and
Jumped up with an assumption of
brisk liveliness. She paid no atten attention
tion attention to the expostulations of her rela relatives,
tives, relatives, but going to the glass arranged
her hat and put on her gloves. "When
she turned back to the table she had
regained possession of herself. Her
veil was down and through It her
cheeks looked unusually flushed, and
her dark eyes, with their slanting out outer
er outer corners, brighter and harder than
ever. She hurried through her good good-bys
bys good-bys on the plea that she had shopping
to do, and almost ran out of the house,
leaving a trail of perfumery and high,
artificial laughter behind her.
For the next week she waited for
news from Dominick and none came.
It was a trying seven days. Added
to her embarrassment of mind, the
loneliness of the flat was almost un unendurable.
endurable. unendurable. There was no one to speak
to, no one to share her anxieties. Her
position was unusually friendless.
When her marriage had lifted her
from the ranks of working women she
had shown so cold a face to her old
companions that they had dropped
away from her, realizing that she
wished to cut all ties with the world
of her humble beginnings. New friends
had been hard to make. The wives
of some of the bank officials, and odd,
aspiring applicants for 6uch honors
as would accrue from even this re remote
mote remote connection with the august name
of Ryan, were all she had found where wherewith
with wherewith to make a circle and a visiting
But she was Intimate with none of
them and was now too worried to seek
the society of mere acquaintances.
She ate her solitary meals in oppres oppressive
sive oppressive silence, feeling the Chinaman's
eyes fixed upon her in ironic disbe disbelief
lief disbelief of the story she had told him to
account for Dominick's absence. Eat
as slowly as she would, her dinner
could not be made to occupy more
than twenty minutes, and after that
there was the long evening, the In Interminable
terminable Interminable evening, to be passed. She
was a great reader of newspapers,
and when she returned from her after afternoon
noon afternoon shopping she brought a bundle
of evening papers home in her hand.
She would read these slowly, at first
the important items, then go over
them for matters of less moment, and
finally scan the advertisements.
At the end of the week she felt that
she must find out something, and went
to the bank. It was her intention to
cash a small check and over this
transaction see if the paying teller
would vouchsafe any information
about Dominick. She pushed the
check through the opening and, as the
man counted out the money, said
"Do you hear anything of my wan wandering
dering wandering husband?"
The teller pushed the little pile of
silver and gold through the window
toward her and leaning forward, said,
with the air of one who intends to
have a leisurely moment of talk:
"No, we haven't. Isn't it our place
to come to you for that? We were
wondering wherte he'd gone at such
Berny's delicately-gloved fingers
made sudden haste to gather up the
"Oh, he's just loafing about," she
said as easily as was consistent with
the disappointment and alarm that
gripped her. "He's just wandering
round from place to place. He was
getting insomnia and wanted a change
She snapped the clasp of her purse
before the man could ask her further
questions, nodded her good-bys, and
turned from the window. Her face
changed as she emerged on the wide,
stone steps that led to the street. It
was pinched and pale, two lines drawn
between the eyebrows. She descend
ed the steps slowly, the flood of mag magnificent
nificent magnificent sunshine having no warming
Influence upon the chill that had
seized upon her. Many of the pass
ing throng of men looked at her a
pretty woman in her modishly-made
dress of tan-colored cloth and her
close-fitting brown turban with a
bunch of white paradise feathers at
one side. Under her dotted veil her
carefully made-up complexion looked
naturally clear and rosy, and her eyes,
accentuated by a dark line beneath
them, were in attractive contrast to
her reddened hair. But she was not
thinking of herself or the admiration
she evoked, a subject which was gen generally
erally generally of overpowering interest. Mat Matters
ters Matters of more poignant moment had
crowded all else from her mind.
The next week began and advanced
and still no news from Dominick. He
had been gone fourteen days, when
one evening in her perusal of the pa paper
per paper she saw his name. Her trembling
hands pressed the sheet down on the
table, and her eyes devoured the print printed
ed printed lines. It was one of the many short
despatches that had come from the
foot-hill mining towns on the recent
storms in the Sierra. It was headed
Rocky Bar and contained a descrip description
tion description of the situation at Antelope and
the snow-bound colony there. Its
chief item of information was that
Bill Cannon and his daughter were
among the prisoners at Perley's Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. A mention was made, only a line
or two, of Dominick's walk from Rocky
Bar. but it was treated lightly and
gave no idea of the real seriousness
of that almost fatal excursion.
Berny read the two short para paragraphs
graphs paragraphs many times, and her spirits
went up like the needle of a ther thermometer
mometer thermometer when the quicksilver is
grasped in a warm hand. Her relief
was intense, easeful and relaxing, as
the sudden cessation of a pain. Not
only was Dominick at last found, but
he was found in a rlace as far re
moved irom nrs own ramily and Its In Influences
fluences Influences as he was from her. And
best of all he was shut up. Incarcerat Incarcerated,
ed, Incarcerated, with Bill Cannon, the Bonanza
King. What might not come of It?
Berny was not glad of the quarrel,
but it seemed a wonderful piece of
luck that that unpleasant episode
should have sent him Into the very
arms of the man that she had always
wanted him to cultivate and who was
the best person in the world for him
to Impress favorably. If Bill Cannon,
who had been a friend of his father's,
took a fancy to Dominick, there was
no knowing what might happen. In
a sudden reaction of relief and hope
Berny saw them almost adopted chil children
dren children of the Bonanza King, flouting
the Ryans in the pride of their new newfound
found newfound honors.
It made her feel lenient to Domi Dominick,
nick, Dominick, whose Indifference and neglect
had put her to the torments of the
last fortnight. After all, he could not
have let her know his whereabouts.
The wires were just up, and the rural
mail-carrier had pot yet been able to
effect an entrance Into the snow-bound
town. Why Dominick had chosen to
go in this direction and had attempted
an impossible walk in a heavy snow snowstorm
storm snowstorm Berny did not know, nor just
now care much. A sensation as near
remorse and tenderness as she could
feel possessed her. Under its soften softening
ing softening Influence spurred to generosity
and magnanimity by the lifting of the
weight of anxiety she decided that
she would write to him. She would
write him a letter which would smooth
out the difficulties between them and
bring him home ready to forgive and
be once more his old self, kind, quiet,
and indulgent, as he had been in the
first year of their marriage.
Then and there, without further
waiting, she wrote the letter. It ran
"My Dear Husband: I have only
just seen in the paper where you are,
and, oh, the relief! For two weeks
now I have been half crazy, wondering
about you, waiting to hear from you.
And nothing ever came. Dominick,
dear, if you had seen me sitting here
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They Accepted Their Captivity in
Spirit of Gay Good Humor.
alone In the den every evening, think
ing and waiting, looking at the clock
and listening all the time, even when
I was trying to read listening for
your footsteps which never came you
would have felt very sorry for me;
even you, who were so angry that you
left me without a word. It's just been
hell this last two weeks. You may
not think by the way I acted that
would have cared, but I did, I do
If I didn't love you would I mind how
your people treated me? That's what
makes it so hard, because I love you
and want you to be happy with me,
and It's dreadful for me to see them
always getting in between us, til
sometimes lately I have felt they were
going to separate us altogether.
"Oh, my dear husband, don't let that
happen! Don't let them drive me
away from you! If I have been bad bad-humored
humored bad-humored and unreasonable, I have had
to. bear a lot. I am sorry for the past.
I am sorry for what I said to you that
night, and for turning on the gas and
scratching the bed. I am ready to ac acknowledge
knowledge acknowledge that I was wrong, and was
mean and hateful. And now you ought
to be ready to forgive me and forget
It all. Come back to me. Please
come back. Don't be angry with me.
I am your wife. You chose me of
your own free will. That I loved you
so that I forgot honor and public
opinion and had no will but yours,
you know better than any one else
in the world. It isn't every man, Dom Dominick,
inick, Dominick, that gets that kind of love. I
gave it then and I've never stopped
giving it, though I've often been so
put upon and enraged that I've said
things I didn't mean and done things
I've been ready to kill myself for.
Here I am now, waiting for you, long longing
ing longing for you. Come back to me.
"Your loving wife, BERNY."
She read the letter over several
times and it pleased her greatly. So
anxious was she to have it go as soon
as possible that, though It was past
ten, she took it out herself and post posted
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