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Judge Judgef not note that thatye ye be ndtjudged ndtjudgedThis n t1 dged dgedTbls
f This command Is the prohibition of a ayice av1ce avice
vice that Is serious rather for fto ftowide ftewide t twide
wide prevalence than for the Injury InjuryIt
9 It Inflicts In lnfiictsin lcts In the th average a ver Se case cas Oftenhojvever Often Oftenhowever Oftenhowever
however however the Injury is very great A Acareer Ac Acafeer
cafeer career c eer may be b blighted by unjust crit criticism crltIcism criticism ¬
icism So far fara9 as as the estimate of the thei theas thepubllc thepublic
public is concerned i a man way suffer sufferas I Iaa
as much though innocent from false falseaccusation I Iiucuaatlon
3 accusation as if he were guilty and andthe andthe andp
p the charge were true The murderer murdererkills murdererkl1ls murdererki11e
kills one man and perhaps never nev r at attacks attacks attacks ¬
tacks another The chronic fault faultfinder faulttlnder ¬
finder attacks attacksall all The murderer may mayhave mayhave
have never been at heart an enemyi enemy enemyof enemyof I
i of society or a foe of hid fellowmen fellowmenPerhaps fellowmenPerhaps fellowmenV
V Perhaps his one act way the th result of ofintense ofintense ofti
ti intense provocation provoca lon inspiring a pas passion passion pasSian ¬
sion that made him deaf to reason reasonThe reasonThe reasonThe
The man who habitually sits in judg judgment judgm judgmeat ¬
meat m nt on the motions of others is in inconstant IIIcontltant toconstant
constant war with society and yet y t so society gOdety so society ¬
ciety tolerates him Is In an attitude attitudeof attltudtof
of perpetual attack to all mankind mankindand mankindand mankindand
and yet men listen to him and often oftenassist oftt1Ia3t1lst oftenassist
assist him in hounding down the ob object o oject object ¬
ject of his attack each forgetful of ofthe ofI ofthe
the fact that he himself maybe may be the thenext then thenext
next n xt victim victimThis victimThis victimThis
I This vicious vicious quality is widespread widespreadFew
Few men are entirely free from from it itMen itl itMen
l Men generally regard it an exhibition exhibitionof
of shrewdness to be doubtful of good goodmotives Joodmotives goodc
c motives Undoubtedly Undoubt dly much that thaton thatJ
J a on the surface seems fair beneath thethe the thethe thethe
the surface is foul and the experience experienceof experl nce ncet
t of a lifetime puts a man on his hlsJuard hlsJuardBut guard guardBut guardBut
But how ptany many forget the fact that tbatis thatmucb thatmuch
much that appears good ill good that thatouch thatmuch
ouch is as pure beneath the depths deptball depthsas
all is it appeart10n appears on the theurface surface 1 1experience Humanexperience Human I
11 experience exp rlence may cause a doubt but butwheoe butwheoe I I II Iwhe
wheoe whe e else will you find a rule that thatconstrues thatconstrues i iconstrues
construes doubt into certainty c rtalnty of even evenprobability evenprobabillty evenp
p probability of wrong A man may maycome ma mae maycome
e I come before a court charged with ti ticrime tlcrime I Icrime
crime The jury trying him Is in instructed instru inI ¬
I structed stru ted to give the accused the bene benefit b beneL ne neI
I L fit of the doubt doubtto to declare him inno innocent innocent InnoY
Y cent unless proved to be guilty to topresume topresume
presume e his Innocence up to the mo moment momentwht11 mowent ¬
went mentwht11 when his guilt Is proved Even Evenhumanmade Eveubom Evenhnman
J humanmade bom hnman nmade made law requires this DI DlV DIYvlne DIvine
V Yvlne + vine law certainly requires It and andVcet andet andl
l < Vcet 4et et human nature disobeys it itfhf itI
e eIr I or orf
f is Ir The Th law says that a man charged chargedwith charledW chargedwith
with W with ith acrlme a crime must be presumed to be beis bef beinnocent
t f innocent innocentuntH until the r rev vpti se It is d p pandy pr prandyet prandet
andy andyet et ulneYbln nlnetyhlnemen men in a hundrepresume hundredpresume hundred hundredpresume
presume he tt e Is i guilty as soon as they theyhear theybear theyhear
4 hear the charge They The do not wait waitr waltrt
rt c r for the slightest evidence They pre presume preslime preq preqsome ¬
slime guiltfrom guilt from the charge And Andbus AmIt Andhus
t bus UB a aman man it la iaoften often acquitted by a av ajur ajury
v jury jur of his peers who have heard the theVttvldence ther theevld
evidence < evld r rr rrevidence nce and yet looked on with sus suspicion aU9lcion suspicion ¬
picion lcion as a long as he h lives H ves by those who whoheard wboheard whot whoheard
heard not one word of It but simply simplyremember simplyremember imp ly lyremember
remember him as a man who was wasJ
4 t 4 p J charged with a crimeBut crime Q QBut QBut
But this habitfof habit hablteY1 of it1 V > harshly harshlyjaoV barshlyr
1 r 4do jaoV do E not npt danfine Jonflne on ne its itstr slJt fi rcSraes cfnes c 4 es s where wherea wherenm
a cnrne cr nm w ha8J ba + beej b b0 et efpetuated p pthe etuated and andthe andto
to the only onlyquc8tlon question is to determine who whoperpetrated whoperp whoperpetrated
perpetrated perp trat d it It presumes wrong wrongwhere wrongr
r1 r where w ere there Is no evidence evl ence of wrongpresumes wrong wrongi wrongV
V i presumes it even where there is no noindication noind notion
indlea indleamotives indication ind atlon tion of it It looks for selfish selfishmotives sellibmotives
motives to account fora for a benevolent benevolentact
act It seeks s eksto to weaken weak n the power of ofa 01a ofa
a heroic deed d ed by attributing sinister sinisterpurposes sinisterpurpdses sinisterpurposes
purposes to the th man who performed performedit performedL
it It acknowledges no honesty It Itconceives Itconceives Ititadmits
conceives of no generosity itadmits itadmitsno
no benevolence benevol nce It goes back of all allgood allgood
4 1 1 good appearances In a a search for the theoad theDad theI
I Dad and the the worst worstqf of all Is that It Itt Itfdoes itioea
L 1 i fdoes r ioea oes not wait to find the the bad It takes takesx
ii x itior it for granted and andU if it does not proclaim pro proclaim proc1alm ¬
= claim it aloud it whispers it around aroundi
j i and a whisper can travelfaster tra travel velfastcr faster and andL andJ andfurther
J L further 1urtheatban than a proclamation proclamationIt pr clamation clamationIt
It seems impossible for the average
v man to admit that another ever does doei doesI doesat
i a at thing t na K simply because it is right A AO Af Ar1
f r1 O i may wayatand stand up against popularj popular
c j opinion pinionto to his own hurt Those ThosearouH TbosearourJ Thoseaeon
r aeon arouH him himJosesigbtof loseeight lose sight of the theherolsDl theherolsDlof heroism heroismof
of su suW sut an act in looking for an ignot Igno Ignoble Ignoti ¬
ti t ble motive mot ve Whydoes Why does hedo he do It He Heloses He10ges Het
t loses friends by It He suffers busi business busll busiuses ¬
l ness or t professional pr fes ional loss II h Ab butbe but buthe
t be sees where he will gain He bas hasc basiZ
iZ 4 c his plans laid It Itwillall will w1llaU all come omeout omeoutr out outand outand
< r < and you will gee the t e baseness basen S9 of his hispurpose hisL is ispurpotle
L purpose purpose And A id thus men m n burrow in inthe Int inr
r t the ground round like moles searching for forthat fort fortr
tr t < i that which did not exlatt exist when If IfI ifthey
I hey they vrouldonlyuse would ould only use their eyes eyestbey eyestheyI they theyI
11 I 0 lrf I would woiJldsee see ° something that In He ia oc bccorrence occ occnrrencealae
c cnrrencealae corrence alas too Infrequently y shows showsk sboamandood showsmandood
k mandood in Its grandest aspect aepect the thedefiance tb tbJ1 thedefiance
defiance detiaoceofpubl1copinlonfor of ofpubllc public opinion for the sakeT sake sakeof ke keor
T or of ofrigbt right Often the motive sought BOughtI
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k onih on he surface urlac Inplalnolew in fat ovtew Qf thOile thOilewbffh tliatewh
wbffh wh thave enot not x alrrtcaW M ei of BQ BQpic1nnt sus susn
pic1nnt n ode Fth li9 a ry r j ust ustat s swb
wb at tt EPretends reteado toge to 1 H HI
I pe p Kberforms o m w wp wKberforms Obec be t w t i titj titjrl rl rlMJ ids I ItJ0
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1s better to endure them than to do dowrong dowrong dowrong
wrong The man who was too wise to tobe tobc tobe
be taken in by benevolent pretense Is Istaken Istaken istaken
taken in by something vastly worse worsehis worsenls worsehis
his own suspicious nature his own ownevil ownevil ownevil
evil mind mindHe mindHe mindHe
He who refuses to concede good mo motives motives motives ¬
tives considers himself wise and pities pitiesthe pitiesthe pitiesthe
the innocent dupe who is deceived by byfalse byfalse byfalse
false pretenses There are false pre preftnses prettpses pretepees
tepees and there is counterfeit mon money money moncy ¬
ey but man as well as money is often oftengenuine oftenlrenuil1e oftengenuine
genuine As well refuse all money moneybecause moneybecause moneybecause
because some is counterfeit as refuse refuseto
to concede good motives because good goodmotives goodmotives goodmotives
motives are often assumed assumedThe assumedTht assumedThe
The suspicious man Is an object of ofpity ofpitS ofpitg
pity whether he deserves pity or not notHe notHe notHe
He punishes himself while he Injures Injuresothers Injurellothers Injuresothers
others The world we live in is much muchas
as We make it It has plenty of va variety varietywe varletywe ¬
riety rietywe we may take our choice If Ifwe Ifwe IfIve
we see the good wecultlvate the good goodIn
In our own natures If we shut our oureyes oureyes oureyes
eyes to the good and look only to the theevil thtvll theevil
evil vll we are hugging to our ° ur hearthserpents hearth hearthserpents l1earhIerpents
serpents that will ke without withoutceatl withoutceatlInl ceas ceasing ceaslug ¬
lug The ausplcl su plcl nan may pros prosper proslJer prosper ¬
per In the sense that th thuh men count pros prosperity prOMperity prosperity ¬
perity A beast of prey may keti ketialways ket ketialways 1 1l1ways
always well fed but a man Is not notmeant notmeant notmeant
meant to be a beast be lst of prey If be beforgets htforleta heforgets
forgets his higher nature he may in intllct intilct inflict
tllct much suffering suff rinJ on others but butht buthtw111 he hewill hewill
will himself be his own most wretched wretchedvictim wretcbedvictim wretchedvictim
Who Will Represent Them ThemAccording ThemAccording ThemAccording
According to several sev ral newspapers newspapersJohn ncwapapersJobn newspapersJohn
John B Stetson will be defended Iu Iuthe illthe luthe
the suits brought against him by At Attorneys Attorneys Attorneys ¬
torneys BeggsandPalmerof Beggsand BeJRs and Palmer of Orlando OrlandoOwen OrlandoOwen OrlandoOwen
Owen and Smith of Jacksonville JacksonvilleFrank Jacksonv111eFrank JacksonvilleFrank
Frank Clark of Lake City Stewart Stewartand Stewartand Stewartand
and Bly of DeDand Attorney A St StOlalrAbrams StIJlalrAhrams StBlairAbrams
OlalrAbrams of Jacksonville will rep represent represen represent ¬
resent resen Dr Forbes and Mrs Mathes
Deluud Junction Depot Completed CompletedWe
We have been informed by Mayor MayorPish MayorhIsh Mayorisb
Pish isb of the completion of the depot depottt
tt DeLand Junction except the seats seatswhich seatwhich seatswhich
which are fitted with temporary t mporary ones onesuntil onesuntil onesuntil
until the permanent and more com comfortable comfortable comfortable ¬
fortable seats arrive arrl ve He Hcalo also says saysfrom saysfrom saysfrom
from personal observation that It is isis IsLS isis
is neat a little depotas there Is son sonihe on onlhe onthe
the Atlantic Coast Line between De DeLand DeLand DeLand
Land Junction and Washington D DC DC
C Too much praise cannot be given givenSuperintendent Ilvenuperlntendent givensuperintendent
Superintendent J J Purdon for hi hiprompt hlprompt hie hieprompt
prompt action in havinthis having this work workdone workdone workdone
done while Mr H R Omstead fore foreman foreman forethan ¬
man carpenters gang Is due a fair fairshare fairihare fairebare
share of o credit in completing this thisUttlejaXructure tbi1IttWh thisII
UttlejaXructure 1IttWh II tl tri cture In such a satisfactory satisfactoryorkmanllKe satl satisfactoryorkmanh11cear factory factoryOrkm
orkmanllKe orkmanllKeGood Orkm orkmanh11cear nJil eQ eQgood r rGood
Good One oha on a Florida Sheriff SheriffA Sh Ul UlA
A good joke Is going the rounds on ona on ont
a t Florida sheriff He lives In a count countsituated county county4tuated
situated somewhere between Jackson Jacksonville Jacksoncille Tacksont1e ¬
ville t1e and Tampa This Is Insufficient insuA3clentindentiiicatlon InsufficientIndentification Inlu lclenl lclenllndel1tit1catlon
Indentification because the gentle gentleman gentleI gentleman gentleman ¬ I
man will fight over the statement statementand statementand statementand
and the TimesUnion Times Union force for e cannot cannotstop cannottop cannotstop
stop during the busy hours long longenough 10nKcnough longenough
enough to engage engage in personal eneountern encoun encounters encounterti ¬
tern Well one day daythe the sheriff started startedout startedmt
out so serve a writ on a handsome handsomevldow handsomevldow handsomewidow
vldow living a number of miles from fromthe fromtbe fromthe
the county site He arrived at her hertiouse herl1ouse herrouse
rouse and began in the formal fashion fash fashIon fasbIon
Madam I have an attachment for foryou foryou foryou
you youMy My dear sir she said blushing blushingyour blullhlngour blushingyour
your our attachment att chment 1a reciprocated reciprocatedYou
You dont understand me You Youmust YoulUust Youmust
must proceed to court said the thesheriff thesherllT thesheriff
sheriffWell sheriff sheriffWell sherllTWell
Well I know tis powerful sudden suddenbut suddenbut suddenbut
but you must do the th courting your yourself youridf yourfelt ¬
self Men you know must do the thecourting thecourting thecourting
courting They know how Women Womenmust Womtnmust Womenmust
must be any IIh and persuaded and coaxed coaxedand coaxeditml1mplored coaxedand
and imploredMrs itml1mplored implored imploredMrs
Mrs Johnseng this Is no time for forfooling forfooling forfooling
fooling The justice in it waiting waitingThe waitingrhe waitingThe
The justice ju tlc waltltl Well then 1suppose 1 Isuppose 1suppole
suppose i must go but but the thing thing la it so sosudden sosudden o oudden
sudden and besides besidesId Id rather have havethe havethe ave avethe
the parson to do It ItThis itrbls itThis
This sheriff dodges around the cor corner corner corner ¬
ner when he sees some sow of bis old oldfriends oldfriends oldfriends
friends coming his way wayTimes wayTimesUnion Times TimesUnion TimesUnion
Miners Get Raise of 10 Per Cent CentWashington CentWashinlttori CentWashington
Washington March 21 21The The report reportof
of the strike strikecommlssion commission made public publictoday publict04ay publictoday
today dated March 18 and andalgned signed by byall bVall byall
all the members membereof of the commission commtsaloucovers com commissioncovers miss lou loucovers
covers eightyseven pages pauesof of printed printedmatter printedmatter printedmatter
matter The miners general wages wagesare waitesare wagesare
are increased 10 per cent Disputes Disputeswill DisputesvlU Disputeswilll
will be b settled by arbitration this to tobe tobe tobe
be effected through a board of concil conddlatlon conciliation co 0 cil ciliatlonwithanumpire ¬
iatlonwithanumpire iation with an umpire as the t1 e final Baalarbitrator finalarbitrator nJil nJilarbitrator
arbitrator arbitratorNo arbitratorNo
No discrimination will be permitted permittedbetween permittedbetween permittedbetween
between the miners or oroperat operators < rB on onaccount onaccount onaccount
account of membership or or nonmem nonmemberabip nODmembership non mem membership
bership in the union Violence > or orboycotting ot otboycotting orboycotting
boycotting Is deprecated and a slid sliding slidinK slidIng ¬
ing scale of wages Is provided providedfor providedforAwa for forAwatds forAwa
Awa Awatds will continue in force until untilMarcu31 untltMarcIt31lOO4 untilMarc
Marcu31 MarcIt31lOO4 Marc 3111104 1904 The report fe la iscops1d iscops1dreda consid considered considered ¬
ered reda a great greattrlumpbforM reattrlumph trlumpnf forMltchell forMltchellThe or Mitchell MitchellThe itCbeU itCbeUTbe
The increase of wages afesdates dates from fromthe frottbe fromthetesumptionof
the thetesumptionof icsumptlon of work in the mines minesat IIIlneaat
at close of strike in InOctober last 1astTl1e 1astTl1ereduction The Thereduction Thereduction
reduction In inlc length gth of working days daysbe
ie1IPm i irotn teato ept JlIIIe ptaetlr h fI cr ttrt b p pa to tobV tobe
be By weight elg t or lineal Unealyard yard inateapf inateapf4v Instead of ofbv otbV
bv 4v car ar for f r coaKra coaludned coaludnedM1uer8 coal tamed tamedt toed i s sMiners
t > Miners are a ale grafted grattedatte t 4 the tb 4prJviUgof 4prJviUgofemploy prIvlltgofemploy rhl1ig of ofem
employ em PlOY lug IDKCbe check che Irb 1 k weighera e Igher at a at the tb e col collieries c colIferlee 01 01l1erlea ¬
lieries a it ttthelt tthewp their own i expense expenseEight ex = xpenaelElrhtlI pause pauseEight i >
< Eight k + < rp r coBatltute O ti l a fit day for lorfremen forr or ormeD
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The Stetson Juniors a base ball ballteam ballteam ballteam
team picked from the academy stud students students students ¬
ents left this morning for Daytona Daytonawhere Daytonawhere Daytonawhere
where they will play two games with withthe withtbe withthe
the high school team of that place placeThey placeTbey placeThey
They will return Saturday night after afterwitnessing afterwitnessing
witnessing the last pf the automobile automobileWednesday automoblJeraces
races racesWednesday
vv vvWednesday c
Wednesday morning at the close of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the chapel exercises the th students studentsfrom studentsfrom studentsfrom
from Chicago gathered together and andafter andafter andafter
after giving gi ving their own own yell gave Ja ve nine ninehurrahs ninehurrahs ninehurrahs
hurrahs for Dr Forbes The other otherstudents otherrJtudents otherstudents
students at once joined In and made madethe madethe madethe
the chapel ring with cheers in honor honorof
of the president
O Qo QoMrs o oMrs 0Mrs
Mrs Spangler and Miss Pearl Spald SpaldIng SpaIdIng Spaldtag
Ing left on Thursday for a short visit visitco
co Daytona DaytonaThe DaytonaThe
e c v0 v0The
The residents re ldents In East Hall gave Ja ve an anInformal anIlnformal aninformal
Informal Tuesday evening In honor honorif
if t H A Evans EvansandGR anll and G R MacClyment MacClymentwho MacClym nt ntwho
who left that evening on the midnight midnightrain mldnllntrain midnightrain
rain for Chicago MrSturgeon very verykindly ver verkindly verykindly
kindly placed pla ed his room at the disposal disposalof
of the Invited guests but has been beenregretting beenregretting beenregretting
regretting it ever since
Geo A DeCotts D Cotts Paul Carter B A ASturgeon ASturgeon ASturgeon
Sturgeon and Emmett Wilson will willleave willleave willleave
leave in the morning for Daytona to tosee totlee tosee
see the ball game and automobile automobilerace
race raceTbe
D P PThe
The departure of the young ladiesfrom ladies ladiesfrom ladlesfrom
from Chicago hascauued has caused great sorrow sorrowIn sorrowIn i iIn
In Stetson Hall in fact some of the theyoung theyoung I Ioung
young men are so desperate that they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have even threatened to study studyMr studyMr
00 00Mr
Mr W B Fulghum is suffering from froma
a severe cut on the wrist which he hereceived hereceived hereceived
received from practicing sliding slidingbases slidingbas slidingbases
bases bas s
9 c 0 0Mrs DMrs I
Mrs Brown left on Wednesday for forshort fora
1 short visit to Jacksonville and St StAugustine StAugustine StAugustine
Augustine AugustineThere
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There seems to be a mistaken idea ideaabout ideaabout ideaabout
about the city that a number of stu students stuJents students ¬
dents are leaving college We let fell fell1ure 1 1sure lsure
sure that t at they are judging from the thenumber tbenumb thenumber
number numb r of trunks going through town townbut townuut townbut
but have failed to notice that the thetrunks thetrunks thetrunks
trunks were going toward the college collegeand collecand collegeand
and not from It New students are arearriving areurivinl areirriving
arriving daily to take advantage of ofthe oflhe ofthe
the special normal course offered in inthe Inthe inthe
the spring term and have ha ve more than thanmade thanmade thanmade
made up the loss caused by the stu students stufrom stuilents ¬
dents from the University of Chicago Chicagoreturning Cblcajoreturnlnj Chicagoreturning
returning as they have ha ve always done doneto doneto doneto
to take up their work ra h1 that institu institution institution institution ¬
o c 00 00Mr e eMr
Mr E D Anthony of West Palm PalmBeach PalmBeach PalmBeach
Beach has returned and entered col college college college ¬
lege again
How a Foreigner Meet Go AboMt AboMtPnrchaalair Abo AboParcllalilDIr AboParcbaing
Pnrchaalair It In Stnmbonl StnmbonlIn
In Staiuboul there are several book bookstores bookstores bookstores ¬
stores the proprietors of which ore ei either clthcr eitlter ¬
ther Persians Arabians Abyssinians Abysslniansor
or Turks Not In the frequented streets streetsare B streetsare llCtl1 llCtl1tlre
are these the e stores but In dnrlt and tntrrow nar narrow nltrrow ¬
row alleys nl1e 8 The books In luthem them com comprise comprlsc comprise ¬
prise various editions of o the Koran Korantranslated I Korantranslated ornn ornntrauslutd
translated into all the languages of the theorient thtorhmt theorient
orient theological and historical trentises trea treatises trlIlUses ¬
tises on the l Koran ornll In the Turkish Per Perblau PerIIlau Perscan
scan and Arabic tongues annuls Which Whichclearly whichclearly vhlch vhlchclearly
clearly prove that all the sultans of the theOttoman thlOttoman theOttoman
Ottoman dynasty d nIl8t were prodigies of ofgenius otgenius ofgenius
genius and sanctity marvelous fairy fairytales fairytalcs fairytales
tales and stories of adventure which whichtire whlcbI1LC whichore
tire more or less fantastic and the sole soleobject sol solobject soleobject
object of which Is to prove that no one out1should omshould oneshould
should be considered honest Intelligent Intelligentor
or happy unless be Is n Turkish Mus Mussulman Mussulman lussulmnn ¬
sulman unless he venerates the sultan sultanunless sultnl1unless sultanunless
unless he lives In Stumboul all bis life lifewithout lifewithout lifewithout
without ever quitting It even for a day dayand dayand dnyand
and unless he regards as utterly fabu fabulous fabu10uB fabuIons ¬
Ions all that he bears about Europe EuropeA
A Mussulman Is forbidden to sell a acopy aCOP acopy
copy COP of the Koran I oran and therefore a for foreigner forelgner foreigner ¬
eigner who desires to purchase the sa sacred sacred sacred ¬
cred book must proceed as follows Go Goluto Goluto Goluto
luto the bookstore having ha ing on your face facets facetB facete
ts plou an expression as possible and andsay andsay andsay
say to the proprietor proprietorI
I shall consider myself eternally In Indebted Indebted indebted ¬
debted to you if you will presentme presentmewith preient mc mcWith
with a copy of the Koran KoranAs KoranAs KoranAs
As I am a devout believer the pro proprietor proprletor proprietor ¬
prietor will answer I think It my duty dutyto dut dutto dutyto
to assist any unbeliever who desires to toinstruct toinstruct toInstruct
instruct himself In our ur law Moreover Moreover3ou lIoreover1ouseemto Moreovergou
3ou 1ouseemto seem to be a serious man and I Iam Iam Iam
am convinced that It Is not vain curi curiosity curiosity curlosity ¬
osity which hlch prompts you to obtain a acopy a acopy acopy
copy of the Koran but buta a sincere desire desireto
to study our religion Therefore Thereforelam ThereforelamwUlng I am amwilling amwilling
willing to o make youa youapresent present of this thiscopy thlslOPY thistopy
copy though t ough I value it highly for I Ipaid Ipnldo 1paid
paid pnldo o good I Odprcetor OdprcetorYou price for tt ttYou it itYou
You will then put PJ putthe4book ibe i book klnlour klnlourpocket In your yourpocket yourpocket
pocket and ndA a mlaute ute oc oR t tw two 6 later the theproprietor theproprietor theproprietorwill
proprietor proprietorwill Will soyI say 1 shall consider considermyself considermysef considermyself
myself eternally your you debtor if you youwill youwltl youwill
will make me me n present presentof of7 of M nam namaimAbutortomu8 namg namIng
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1st A lack of manliness in not at attaching attaching attaclting ¬
taching their names to a resolution resolutionadopted resolutionadopted resolutionadopted
adopted by four of their number re requiring reo reoquiriil requlrittj
quiring the resignation of the presi president president president ¬
dent of the University University2d
2d By compromising their associ associates associates associates ¬
ates in the ministerial association associationsix
six of whom were absent This Thisthey Thisthey Thisthey
they did by directing the secretary secretaryof
of the association as ocia tlon to make the theproper theproper
proper record recordnothlnJ nothing going to toshow toshow toshow
show that It was not the act of the theentire theentire theentire
entire body thus sending abroad abroadthrough abroadthrough abroadthrough
through the press of the state a de deception deeptlon deception ¬
ception calculated to do harm where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the facts are not known It Is said saidthat saidthat I
that a t a lie will travel far while whiletruth wblletruth whiletruth
truth ij i putting on its boots bootsIt
It Is the danger In this case as so somany somany somany
many papers have published the resolution reso resolution resolution ¬
lution and few of them will unmask unmaskthe unmaljkthe unmaskthe
the facts connected with it But Butwhere Butwhere Butwhere
where and when known the resolution resolutionwill resolutionwill resolutionwill
will prove a boomerang that will re react reo reoact react ¬
act damagingly upon its authors Mininters Min Minliters I1n I1nlliters
liters most Invariably make a mesa mesaof melof messof
of it when they descend to the base baseof baseof baseof
of partisan polities politiesWho politicsWho pollticsWho
Who are the four who send broad broadcast broadcast broadcast ¬
cast the deception Two Methodist Methodistministers M Methodistministers thodist thodistministers
ministers One Disciple a pastor pastorof
of JUdge J dge Stewart the attorney of Mr MrStetson MrStetson MrStetson
Stetson A Presbyterian minister ministerwho mlnillterwho ministerwho
who Is a supply of his church some somefive Iometle somelive
five or six months when he will wl111eae wl111eaetne leave leavethe leavethe
the state for Oklahoma territory territoryclaiming terrltor terrltorclaiming territoryclaiming
claiming that he will never return returnagain returnalaln returnagain
again Sound it abroad that here is
a lone Presbyterian Prtsbyt rian minister way otl otlIn otYIn otTIn
In Oklohoma territory who spent a afew afev afew
few brief months In DeLand was most mostcourteously mostcourteouilly mostcourteously
courteously treated treatedmade made the presen presentation 1f presentation tel1 tel1tat ¬
tation tat Ion prayer jealous for the success successand sucesIand successand
and prosperity of this Baptist college col college coliege ¬
lege In Florida respectfully requests requeststhe rqucsllhe requeststhe
the removal of its chief executive a aman uman aman
man who has spent eighteen of the thebest thebest I Ibest
best years of his life in building up upone upone upone
one of the tb grandest Universities Unlvcr < tlcl of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the south t OU lb recently r cent I confirmed in his hisposition hi hiposltlun hispositiun
position by an able abl board of trustees trusteesC
td A n Iliiptlst II1Ist MinlBtui far Jllly till years ycnrsP yearsP lRrs lRrsP
P S brethren Urdhr lI If you ou are so jeal jealous jlalau jealuus ¬
ous au for the moral purity of our ouryouth ouryouth ouryouth
youth why is it that you OU sanction by byyour b byour byyour
your silence the circulation of a vile vilepamphlet vilepamphlet vilepamphlet
pamphlet in our community communityConsistency communityConsistency communityConsistency
Consistency thou art a jewel jewelC
Sptdctl Correspondence CorrespondencePort CorrtdpondcucePort CorrespondencePort
Port Orange March 23 23An 23Anshure 23AnShure An Anshure
shure St Patric would nlver nlvercurse ni nivercurse er ercurije
curse cards and dancing from from J Port PortOrange PortJ PortOrange
Orange If he knew how two gay and andsprightly andpri andsprightly
sprightly pri htly widows st successfully cessfully cele celebrated celebrated celebrated ¬
brated his birthday birthdayhere here As A Asthe the 17th 17thInst 17thInst 17thInst
Inst was the night for the meeting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the euchre club these two ladles de determined det determined ¬
termined t to have a good ood time As Asthere Asthere Asthere
there are only about twentyfive mem members members members ¬
bers of the club they sent out fifty fift in invitation Invitation invitation ¬
vitation They hired musicians pro provided provided provided ¬
vided a plentiful supply of refresh refreshments refreshm refreshments ¬
ments m nts served in the best style with a aboquet aboquet aboquet
boquet of roses at each plate After Afterthe Afterth Afterthe
the th progressive euchre was over the thesupper theupper thesupper
supper was partaken of Then the
dancing commenced and continued continueduntil continueduntil continueduntil
until after midnight One of the thegents thegents thegents
gents made a speech and all gave gavethree Ja gavethree ve vethree
three cheers for the two ladles Mrs MrsNoakes MrsNoakes MrsNoakes
Noakes and Mrs Winn who whohad had given giventhem gl giventhem ven ventbem
them such a delightful entertain entertainment ent entertainment rtaln rtalnment ¬
ment All the hotel guests were In Invited ini invited ¬
vited vitedCapt vitedCapt i ted tedCapt
Capt Alexander and hU daughter daughterMiss daughtcrMiss daughterMiss
Miss Hattie attended the euchre euchreparty eUchreparty euchreparty
party and andwhenthemusic when whenthe the muslccommenced muslccommencedthe music commenced commencedtbe
the captains eyes sparkled so that tbatsome that8Qme thatsome
some of his friends expected him to toget toiet toget
get up and invite some young girl to towaltz towalt towaltz
waltz with him himMr blmMr himMr
Mr C McDaniel is building a fine finesailboat finesail finesailboat
sailboat sail boat and his nephew nephewisaisobuild nephewisaisobuildtag is also build building building ¬
ing one oneMr oneMr oneMr
Mr C Drew of Saraloge N Y is isboarding Isboarding isboarding
boarding with Miss Fowler
Roosevelt Lands His Candidates CandidatesWashington CandidatesWaihlngton CandidatesWashington
Washington March 20 20The The Presi President Presldcnt President ¬
dent today reappointed Dr W R RCrum RCrum RCrum
Crum colored collector of customs customsat
at t Charleston S C and William M MByrne MByrne 14Byrne
Byrne United States District Attor Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
ney for Delaware Both of these thesenominations thesenominations thesenominations
nominations failed of confirmation at atthe atthe atthe
the recent session of the senate
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lets 1411 lldrugglstrefund ll druggist refund the money mone moneIf
If it falls fal lsto to cure cure E W Groves Grovessignature Grovestgnatur Groveselgnatur
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nice we represent settle ettl all claims claimspromptly claimpromptly claimspromptly
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180 180O 1836 OXFORD GEORGIA 19O3 19O3XFORD 1903OXFORD
XFORD is situated on a high ridge in the healthiest section sectionof I
OXFORD O of Middle Georgia where wh re there are no local causes to tobreed tobreed tobreed
breed sickness The College will continue to make every everyeffort everyeflort everyefort
effort now as in the past to send forth young men well furnished furnishedin
in physical strength in mental training and in zealous Christian Christiancharacter Ohristiancharacter Christiancharacter
character characterCourses characterCourses
Courses lending r to the three degrees degleesAB AB PhB and SB SBare SBare S Saro R
are designed to lay broad foundations for any walk in life lifeAfter JifeAfter lifeAfter
After the Sophomore year opportunity is IS given for election of ofstudies ofstudies ofs
studies in the direction of the students special Bpeci s p pThe ecial l aptitudes aptitudesTho
Tho Central DlnlnR Hall will offer Rood food nt nctiml cost not to exceed exceedelsbt exceedelarbt exceedeight
eight dollars per month Furnished rooms tire let nt one dollar per month for each eachlodtfur eacblodltur r rlodger
lodger This Bjstem Is under the Immediate supervisIon s wrvislon of a member of the lao Faculty Kaculty laoylty
ulty ylty who is s assisted by b competent a c and experienced matron umtronAll nllitrODAll l
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All necessary expenses for the college year car way be brought broughtwithin broughtwithin broughtwithin < < <
within 17600 17500FALL r 1 1I t
FALL TERl1 OPENS SEPrlElIUER I 1UER 17 1002 1002For 1101For 1002For
For catalogue aud other information address addressJames addressJames addressET
James E Ey Dickey D c f < e r President PresidenfOXFOltD
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