Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075895/00381
 Material Information
Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: April 27, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075895
Volume ID: VID00381
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 27730702
alephbibnum - 002059610
lccn - sn 93059208
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Preceded by: Gazette-news (Daytona, Fla.)


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-Miable beng is being soim
I p byr the medbill bl hAtroduAed i
thIABMMMe S at the Imstae9e of t
Plodoa Medeial ameelotiom, and so hi
ms web"se ,heard eIpe me from e
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epem do t he st,' the alimeost um
VwndI opiasM that thi dotores s I
the wen. the miesO a aae awW
bgi a houmd ompms-d f meoieM
Shona n, m ithoMD to amim thu
wo wish to prOah wn drae, EndI
Inats nerea, thI whave sed tdio
totr ownm advm quite -a mea
as mle dsmlew
OwtourN t h mels is largely the .
an. boflgd dvie give, by phylel
ie theNoR 1,topeopletocometo FloP
Ialsr ir heabh. Why is It semm
forsohem". o I people of loei
tha ise phwl s hoMna dpoma
seba to thof iiO ur eldept shel
che, shndm beDeepd to y a iet
amd p esamitih before a boarl o
S|tMs d Iee"m O dfiemsti tesI Ad l
edap ? WhyNWIedomouhe e
aemalesebed oe humh of ow ei
mIA d ibes their Ibool p61ti,
tbe tr e om, why should ot tSe law
pe-m aMy phIeta coiM b fro any
whene with a eartiMate from, ay other
8tate Medio BwrDod be allowed to g
ahead and praetie? If the doctors au~
the good thbafg they ay they are, w
ce't hbave too many of them; and i
se- -m ety tirafter the northem doo-
toe hwe a"t their peateste down heme
thatthhey be allowed to come aloeg, y
their rMWOid fate ad hotel ble, mad
doctor folks if they waut to 'Ad the peo
pl wat them. Is ittobemeupposed tat
the Medical Boped of thisE tate in a bat
ter judge of the qualiications of a phy.
esies of their own school than are the
medial boards of otherStats? Are the
IedeMt doctors of our State trying to
get a celnh on the whole doctoring busi-
mmu, rather tham to care for the health
of ow people t
Ii we questions being asked by a
good iw m people in Floaid and are en-
titled to k dtimation. We favor pa-
turmising hoIme talent when home talent
looked to the interest of the public; but
do we want to exclude from doita busi-
ae in the State the physicians who am-
nuaJly seed u thoumsade of towrets?
And i we are to protect home talent,
why discriminte against other home
talent in the interest of the resident do
When a stagnant pool is stirred up, a
lot of things are liable to come to the
urface. We have just been told that a
gentleman, graduate of a school of oste-
opathy came here to locate and pmcetice.
but found that under the law he would
be held a criminal if he took.pay for his
work, amd be eft.
We have made some inquiries about
osteopathy, and and that the practice
comsist wholly of the m aipulation of
the dwsesst meles and teadone of the
body, with ceartal rules of dies that it

ha themsupport ofw mar ntellismt peo-
ple, aad that there are egelar graduates
of ech ehoot in the North who are rs-
quired beoe being graduate to know
all about the human body, so that they
may judge what muebs or tendom ae
abteed sad deed care. Why should they
be ompelled to abandon our State, f
people wis to employ them? Or why
dmhould our d tm be depived of their
eSrve at the dictation of a medical
The truth is, i we am correctly in-
formed, that numbers of tour invalids,
havo aed for each treatment, having
mapiyed It to the elid of their m-a
l he North, ad that not being
al toimtaegular Intmted oeteopas

here, have employed a mro to mualpa.
late them under their own dimetion the
be they couldM, amd that oaeold colored
woman -had acquied Mom la skil i
the work, asd that i the aheeme of any
ow mo-eekebd, her serless hwav besm
I cmmidshable dimad. MusN earutins,
tt Ifrlea, or our ownu d be be s-
bud permsoa to supD a cloha d
part to rub amd twit their b asad
""onecircultlom whee It is ikpsbtL,
h older that a "eul lr" doctor AmeW
A"e inand admisder drugs a the
patin doe not think he Meds. H a
a wants to pay a aer I esasteto
rub s lame back, is the njr to be
amrted ad jailed amlem the IMat
paye a doctor P.50 tosay he needs his
back nrued?
Thee am queoalm too%, that ambe.
lag aimed by a good m ;y people.
Thee aee said to be a mfiosa Christian

a 841e0e1sts a the Unated States. That ie
f probm ay aa exanieration; but there ae
s questionably a very Mlar number.
a All that the editor know about them
ehe has gathered from sources open to
. the public, ad be is mot oe of them.
e But they havemoom the Met church
r edifces in the country anywhere mad
- must have amon them a large pro-
r portion of educated, intelligesm and
Swelthy people, ad it isno four
* business to keep them from coming to
* Florida, or from following what they
Sonsider the scriptural method of healIng.
D. oubtless there may have been deaths
, among them tha might have been
V avoided by calling a phyician; but how
I many death have them been because a
. doctor was called. This question is also
Being maked.
* We have Mental Scientists among us
who have done much to build up our
town. and who are universally classed
among our very best and moot desirable
citizens. They think they know much
that doctors do not know about certain
natural laws, and they oler proob of
having healed many whom the doctors
L have failed to heal, and they have friends
and followers in every portion of the
gtobe, and their published works are re-
garded as extremely able amd sell largely
in Burope as well as America. Why
should they be driven out or declared
criminals liable to be arrested and
thrust into jail for receiving pay
from people who say they have got their
*moaey's worth?
Really now is it certain that our Flor-
ida doctors know so much more than all
the rest of the doctors and of all the new
school of healing that they should be
given permission to keep all the rest out?
We uiuest the reading of the bill,
or of that clause which contains the pro-
vision defining the practice of medicine
which we publish herewith. It certainly
covers the ground completely. If the
bill pass, and there i thereafter amy
assistance anybody cn leader a sick
pemos for pay without having a cer-
timate a a regular doctor It is evident
that the doctors do not believe it.
Bmc-mox 5. For the purpose of this
act the words "Practice Medici*"
shall maia to sgestl, recommend, pre-
uurb or direct for the me of any person
any drug, medine, appliance, apparatus
or othera-SCey, wbhethber material or not
ma drial, or the cuem, relief or palliation
of any allm t or dis eof the mind or
body, or for th emu or relief of any
wound, fracture or other bodily injury or
dbormity, after havl* received, or with
iatt of receive thssu im whether
directly or ndcy, ay bonus, gigt or
Any p who shall violate any of
thprov-ison of thi aet shall be hy
of a misdeas aor, and upo ov-ton
terof be able to e nt mt mot e
than $00, or hapelooed not more than
thir day t In Aeouaty jail, or bot-he
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The l" physician of a century or two ago held Association which prepared the bill introduced by Mr.
a sme h=B of himself while dealing out to Porter will, to a man, deny having personally favored it.
ki psim tme veI excrementof men and animals and Indeed some of them do now, when approached in pub-
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o- f -'a'a a sltht thec etvidenceal of their u to heal the afor m-
alo _0 4 ef d e hegodrda 1 cast foe the pwads m sfro which tle eo mo iod er obaMin
- -s e ma--- -if 'a doesel p- c ier t soeo--r ----hoset thees
s -e --.W. iam.... .. fee would be out of sight behind the ban, aid with

h e k the eB e mhmaM" of* neither of thesl, e to annome thent ey oudaght to be
whem __hfb s in deaiog asuh topv" liOO the sicknu ther would

.. ev -: d a--r, yet I do het if y rene- ~i sad a eiotred
b aMe r ieo t ho perr- d uhonueenital seoto, escho I so r i t em
wy hga il inm tr fohsmd to ber SWI nrof of eor ot wnth Ihe

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kmIIII Io^somIIt t*mIhav psad so ac overrule every principle of teircl wd fair play wa-
& 6 id Ad w ,e ortod Ie aver clothed, i a more m thtrame gano ande ohaf p
t eI u er neit tehae o the- -to bl po -n tht aob e
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.. ws_ anxiety to shield the public from Unpositon.
I-h a I as Such p- Not all physicians holding diplomat from medical
,ge measse^y "ejeste4? pay, b college must be yielded as being in sympathy with
i r --0"*.ai n4 A uc ttempted outrages pon oonu justice and the
=4J U "y b ofthdirecti p onofic welfare.

M we55iy, sho- et ey | Many such are giving bothth houmt and support to
lleayls ad thoie newly disovered powerI of the mind. Not Iany
.I e havth"*.pae-up". give credit to the difcoverieu, but there are thooe who
1MM y otho n in eces do. Mrs. Wilmfs ha letter from physician in. high
- hhe_ '_ aL o the dln., and pt s standing in their communities who are in regular prac-
h t" hae d tice and who einceowledge the value of her work a-d
I t ]*d. en r ds oece& ionally send her patients whose tr able they have
SA i aot theoiulves failed of removing. And here arena ome
m u t osw toe wow myothe1 things that have been said by the mot eminent phsi-
Sopay. TnerMe are osuchy woldorb aswedopcias in this country and Europe; men of rpeognised
a e did wyt about it, its ability, of wealth, of high social s-nding, broud-miMled,
aea d r heA hi ge of ltati`e cared by Mrsn earnest, honest men of wide experience and observation.
i a t "e m e1 'rle te'- The world at hrgel and society r whole is gow-
f ....o -- _-as mersog SuhI can. Have been the themes of absorbing thought ro meita
-m _-y es ed MMpir wokof hal- minds, now the public mind has been turned toward

im I *.gIyT-Im/ I-Oudiigly, for the aver- an investigation of the Ainer forces of nature, of the law
pW mbSe dedMa1elsis9i amestoftlawof of mentality and of Being. And all thedotors outaide
----- S'ir" i m of woleM rtohealingma they h of kingdom-come cannot che k the sprd of the move-
appagrlmdo t.*imndir"ma rigtofthielOividal citi- IntS. They may persecate a few iadividsasbut every
ke eSO- l _'fwo"boYw"HE sdto bleffort which they make to utain their claim to a
i Taaimmay fo m d-beagr monopoly of the healing art by legal enastment only
to ***wihora -i-ar ^ the|thUe o weakens their pretensions in the eye of thinking people.a

-mos be.. m .d si t gIp iv wMorrihe ci"*ity di people now know how litare thoe doton
se td he **- e*** t organized really do know and their efforts to sustain themselves
ta MeM pdae, ars afin their pretensionl by legislation only siuilMe that
ioa h --a; inw aouh 'toP mauth they have need of t if they ar to ie i o field
t M te o no w bhhe kh aytcog against the rapidly increasing new schools of thought
W t i PSeI'ldy b td thoutrre i' doietr teom do and healing. n e
a see dnow thaOnldbe permit t know If licha bill were to pass it would fail of public
their 'a aa cured94y sanction and a doctor who sought to enforce iandsprovi-
1 -a: the-m.M oaf those -alhg themaelve ions would lose social cast in three neighborhoods out
S to r r ahe l e doe- dt t eir prmsm-ptous de- M r throughout the entire country. o h t
am a U'A s memol ei dontorg the sick, Tha schoolmaster has been abroad-thee maase of the
-- wh tn aasee af th race hi the knowledge people are becoming better informed upon the mewer
td I af heal m o life a hudred years, and i thought than the doctors themselves, and the friends qf
tImn. h".m wh he hriy hand21d to-day, iproigress have nothing whatever to fer of the ltimate
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