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IT T is always said that a newspaper cannot be a complete completesuccess completesuccess completesuccess
success until it has gone through a few libel suits suitsUp suitsUp suitsUp
Up to the first of the present week THE NEWS had never neverhad neverhad neverhad
had any experience in this line notwithstanding which the thepaper thepaper thepaper
paper has been tolerably successful successfulOn
On Monday several DeLand gentlemen some of whom whomdo whomdo whomdo
do not now and never have owned a cent in THE NEWS NEWSwere NEWSwere NEwswere
were served with notice that one R D McDonald had en entered entered entered ¬
tered suit against them in the sum of twentyfive thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand plunkets as balm for his lacerated feelings on the thecharge thecharge thecharge
charge of libel and slander
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R D MCDONALD MCDONALDThe
The Handsome Late City Engineer who Wants 2500000 for forLacerated forLacerated forLacerated
Lacerated Feelings FeelingsIt FeelingsIt
It is presumed that McDonalds inward and outer outerfeelings outerfeelings outerfeelings
feelings were lacerated by the article in the issue of the 8thinstant 8th 8thinstant 8thinstant
instant telling some things about the condition of the thewater thewater thewater
water works plant when the breakdown occurred on the the5th the5th the5th
5th inst If there was libel or slander in the article which whichwe
we presume to be the casus belli we fail to see it but per perhaps perhaps perhaps ¬
haps the noted counsel employed by the complainant havebeen have havebeen havebeen
been able with their discriminating eye to point it outwhere out outwhere outwhere
where others failed to see it They should be pastmasters pastmasterson
on slander and libel questions questionsIt
It is also surmised that the suit was brought broughtwell broughtwelljust well welljust
just to stir up a little more fuss about commencement time timeIf timeIf timeIf
If this was not the case why was Dr Forbes made one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the defendants in the suit when neither he nor any mem member member member ¬
ber of his family is or ever has been a part owner in the thepaper thepaper thepaper
paper
Attorney Bert Fish has been retained to defend the thecase thecase thecase
case
Bringing a libel suit on the article appearing in thesecolumns these thesecolumns thesecolumns
columns on the 8th is is a proceeding childlike and bland blandSuch blandSuch blandSuch
Such a case should be tried in the students moot court courtIf courtIf courtIf
If the case ever goes before a jury juryw jurywhich which hich is very verydoubtful verydoubtfulthe verydoubtfulthe
doubtful doubtfulthe the true condition of the water plant on the 5th 5thwill 5thwill 5thwill
will be testified to by three competent engineers who saw sawthe sawthe sawthe
the plant before it was put in good condition
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Emporia May 18 ISDoctor Doctor and Mrs MrsDeLong MrsDeLoo MrsDeLoag
DeLong DeLoo have returned to their summer sum summer
mer home in the north northMiss northMiss
Miss Mollle Mo1ReStone Stone of Eldrldge Eldrld e visited visitedMra visitedMrs
Mrs J J P Felt of Emporia Tuesday Tuesdaylast Tuesdaylaat Tuesdaylast
last lastMrs
Mrs J J Beers and Miss Pauline PaulineQunter PaulineGunter
Gunter of Pierson sailed Sunday from fromJacksonville frowJacksonvUle fromJacksonville
Jacksonville They Tbe will visit friends friendsand friendsand friendsand
and relatives in New York YorkMrs YorkMrs YorkMrs
Mrs J F Bradley of Chicago left lefthere leftbere lefthere
here Tuesday for her home in the thenorth tbenorth thenorth
north She will return next fall to tothe tothe tothe
the Sunny South SouthFishing SouthFishing outbFlsblng
Fishing has been good In Lake flea Hester Beseter fleater ¬
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The DeLand public school closes closestoday closestoday closestoday
today
Deafness Cannot Be Cured Coredby CuredlocaJappUeaUoDB Curedby
by local locaJappUeaUoDB appllcatlonaasthey applications as B1tber they cannot caD not Teach chthe chthediseAsed the thediseased theleued
diseased leued portion or the ear There There ia only onlyone ow owODe onlyone
one way to cure cure deafness and that ia by con constltutlonal eonItltutlonal constitutional
stltutlonal remedies Deafness IJeafD is caused by byan b baD byan
an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of ofthe oftho oftho
tho Eustachian Tube When this tbtstubeletn tbtstubeletnIimed tube is in insound intlamed ¬
Iimed you OU have a rumbling sound or Imper Imperfect Impertect Imperfoct ¬
fect hearing hea riD8 and when it 1t1 is entirely enurel y closedDeataess closed closedDeaf
Deaf DeatIlNl new la the ne result and unless the inflamrides inflam inflamtaatlea lDllammatiel1CIUI
rides matiel1CIUI < can be taken takenouS out sad thta 114tube tube re restored reltorod yestorod I
stored to its normaloondltton Dormal ndJtloD hearing hea will be bedestroyed bedeetrcled bedent
destroyed dent ed forever nine cases out of ten en are arecaused arecaused arecaueod
caueod caused by Catarrh Catanbwhloh which is nothing but an aninttamed auIDUame4 anInflamed
Inflamed condition of the mucous services serrioesWe aenloeWewlU servicesWe
We WewlU will give One OI1eHundredDoI1afS Hundred Dollars for ant actcue ariyeue antof
cue of of Deaf De Deafness flMBl QMS caused by catarrh that call caaaotb canOs
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Tallahassee May MOl 18During 18 18Durll1 During the thepast thepast thepast
past week the law lawmill mill at Tallahassee Tallahasseeground Tallahasseeground fallahasseeground
ground out a number of new laws and anda I Ia
a mended men ed old ol ones at the same time timea
a large number of bills met their fate fatebetween fatebetween fatebetween
between the upper and lower mill millstones mllJstoncs millstones ¬
stones as one member of the lower lowerhouse lowcrbouse lowerhouse
house puts It The Senate started inMonday In InMonday InMonday
Monday and set a killing pace during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the week 25 bills with wi th more in inthe Intbe inthe
the lower house fell Into the Senate Senatemill Senatemill Senatemill
mill hopper ground rouml to dust dustThere dust1here dustThere
There are three subjects which are aresure aresurc aresure
sure to lying on a light as soon as asmentioned asmentloncdwhlsky asmentionedwhisky
mentioned mentloncdwhlsky whisky divorce and pen pensions penslonJ pensions ¬
sions The first one is an ever pro prolitic proIlIlc prolilic
litic subject and comes up in all man manners manners ¬
ners stages and forms There is a abill abill abill
bill in the House to reduce the price
of a drink of whiskey Vblkc to five cents centsthis centsthl centsthia
this thl is strictly a temperance meas measure weasUc measuc ¬
Uc The Introducer argues the thequestion theque thequestion
question que tlon this thl wise If a drink of whis whisky wbhky whisky ¬
ky Is reduced re uccd by law to live II vc cents centsno centsno centsnu
no restriction as to sizethen Ize then the thedrinker thedrinker thedrinker
drinker will get his jag cheaper and andwould andwould andwould
would leave something Iomethln for grits and andbacon andhacon andbacon
bacon fur the folks at home The In Introdurer Introdulcr intrudurer
trodurer Is in earnest about it too tooTo tooTo tooTo
To date both houses have had under underconsideration underconlSldcra underconsideration
consideration conlSldcra tlon 26 t3 divorce bills that t is lato isto isto
to say sa this number have been Intro Introduced Introduced introduced ¬
duced and 20 little bills erstwhile erstwhileb
b lirf mark the untimely unthJld graves gravesThe IravcsIhe gravesThe
The subject of pensions has taken a alarge alarge alarge
large part of the time in both houses houseswith housewith houseswith
with no result to date the evolutions evolutionsof
of a pension bill arc ather I interest interestIng interesting t tIlig
Ing The Senate c ci mm tee on pen pennrilla penihns penI
ihns I m stoirall slot all tlilhe the thunder and glory Rloryof Ior Iorof
of the th members having baln r pension bills billsIn billsIn billsin
In the Senate rcnateanti cnitc and reported rcportt a sub substitute suhstltutc subetitute ¬
stitute the House committee 101110111 tee saw sawtheir sawtheir
their chance and went them one bet better bdter better ¬ I
ter they thc simply took all the Senate Senateand Scnateand Senateand
and House bills Jill and built up a bill of oftheir oftllt oftheir
their tllt lr own which male ma Ie its appearance appearanceunder appearanceundcl appearanceunder
under House Bill No 321 and to fore forestall foreJtall forestall ¬
stall any action by b the Senate rushed rushedthe ru rushedthe hed hedthe
the thing thin tbrouirb If anything can be berushed berushed berushed
rushed In the House The Senite Senitecommittee Sea He Hecommittee ttecommittee
committee on pensions pn luns brought this thisbill thisbill thisbill
bill up In short order with the intentiun inten intention Intention ¬
tion to amend a substitute to their theirown theirown theirown
own bill to the surprise of all another anothersubstitute anothersubstitute anothersubstitute
substitute made Its debut and worse worseyet worseyet worseyet
yet for both the pension committees
the Senate adopted the Interloper Interloperbut
but the victory vhtor was of short duration durationthe duratt durationthe nj njtbe
the Senate committee on pensions Pensions > at atonce atonce atonce
once proceeded to load it down and andup andup andup
up with all sorts of amendments and andit aDdIt andit
it is now nowwhile while still the substitute of ofHouse ofHouse ofHouse
House Bill No 321 3211n in the Senate on onthird onthird onthird
third reading to be given gol en over to the thetender thetender thetender
tender mercies of the House next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week and it Is safe to say will be behanded bebanded behanded
handed back to the Senate in a differ different different diiferent ¬
ent shape and it is very ver doubtful doubtfulwhether doubtfulwhcther doubtfulwhether
whether the parent will be able to torecognize torecognize torecognize
recognize his offspring offspringAny oIT5prlngAny allspringAny
Any bill to build a governors man mansion manslon manesion ¬
sion is II sure to have a hard road to totravel totravel totravel
travel for which the unpatriotic peo people peopic peoplc ¬
ple of Tallahassee are entirely to toblame toblame toblame
blame they want too much and give givenothing givenotblng givenothing
nothing Bills varying from 15000 15000to l Ooo Oooto
to 40000 have ha been bC 11 Introduced and andone andone andone
one and all have died No site could couldhave couldhave couldhave
have been bought for less than 6000 6000so
so they told the committees s of both bothhouses bothhouses bothhouses
houses One member of the Senate Senateused Senateused
used a rather drastic expression when whenhe wbenhe whenhe
he said he would not give 0000 for forhali forhalf forhalf
half of Tallahassee and he can find Qndmany findmany andmany
many who w o have ba ve the same opinionNot opinion opinionNot opinionNot
Not until the governors mansion mansionfaded mansionfaded mansionfaded
faded clear out of sight did they come cometo cometo cometo
to their senses They now propose to togive toIve togive
give Ive a site and a committee of both bothhouses bothbouses bothhouses
houses has been appointed to view viewthe viewthe viewthe
the site or sites It Is very doubtful doubtfulwhether doubtfulwbether doubtfulwhether
whether the Legislature will furnish furnishthe furnishthe furnishthe
the money to build a house for the thegovernor theovernor thegovernor
governor overnor onlybecause the people of ofTallahassee ofallahaslee ofTallahassee
Tallahassee are in the grab any and andall andall andall
all the time timeThe timeTbe timeThe
The ghost of capitol removal is isstill Isstill isstill
still at large In Tallahassee and that thatla thatIs thatle
la the only motive motl ve to stir the people peopleof
of Tallahassee to todo do something There Thereis
is a great deal of bard kicking klckln about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the present capitol There is no room roomfor roomfor roomfar
for anythlngthe anthing tbe halls of both houses houseshave bouscshave houseshave
have wretched accoustlcs both bothchambers ootbcbambers bothchambers
chambers have been beenstrungwitb strung with wires wiresand wlrcsand wiresand
and restrung res trunK and still It is hard to tohear tohear tohear
hear anything antbln at any anydlstance anydlstanceThe distance distanceThe
The DeLand bill has passed the Sen Senate Senate Senate >
ate and Representative Repre entatlve Charles Smith Smithwill Smithwill Smithwill
will see to it in the House and nay naybe mayberelted naybe
be berelted relied upon to do the right rf ht thing thingat thlD thlDat
at the proper time timeThe timefhe timeThe
The Daytona charter bill has run runthegauntlet runthe runt
the t thegauntlet gauntlet of both houses and awaits awaitsthe awaitstbe awaitsthe
the signature of the Governor GovernorSenator GovernorSenator GovernorSenator
Senator Sams has passed his game gameprotection gameprote gameprotection
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OXFORD O of Middle Georgia where there are no local causes to tobreed tobreed tobreed
breed sickness The College will continue to make every everyeffort everyeffort J Jeffort
effort now as in the past to Rend forth young men well furnishediti furnished
ill physical strength in mental training and in zealous Christian Christiancharacter Ohri Christi Christicharacter ltiaQ ltiaQcharacter
character characterCourses I ICoursosleadiog w wCourses
Courses Coursosleadiog leading to the three degrees degreesAB AB PhB and 8B 8Bare il sare ilare
are designed to lay broad foundations for any walk in life lifeAfter JifeAfter lifeAfter r
After the Sophomore year opportunity is given for election of ofstudies ofstudies ofstudies
studies in the direction of the students special aptitudes aptitudesThe 1 1iJ
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eight dollars per month Furnished rooms are let at one dollar per month for torl1 each eachlodger ask asklodger IT
lodger This h1 sj I stem Id under the Immediate supervision of a member of ottll the Tie Faculty Tieulty ¬ ii iiulty
ulty who Is assisted by aoompetent and experienced matron matronAll matronAll +
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