The Daytona gazette=news

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The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title:
Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate title:
Ormond gazette=news
Portion of title:
Daytona gazette news
Portion of title:
Ormond gazette news
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Place of Publication:
Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
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The Gazette-News of Daytona began publication in the 1890s and continued until January 26, 1901. On that date, it was succeeded by the Daytona Gazette-News, also known as the Ormond Gazette-News. This successor newspaper ceased publication in about 1922. Both papers covered news of traffic up and down the Florida coast. The St. Johns and Halifax River Railway, later renamed the Florida East Coast Railway, reached Daytona--present-day Daytona Beach--in 1886, a decade after the city had been incorporated. Daytona proved to be a new American city for the new American Century. With the railway’s arrival, Daytona’s proximity to the ocean made it a premier tourist destination. The history of racing in Daytona is also well documented, beginning with car races along the beach, followed by more organized races inland on oyster shell and later asphalt speedways. The newspapers also reported on the use of automobiles for stumping the state politically. Finally, researchers can find references to the activities of Florida transportation and tourism pioneer, Henry Flagler.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1922?

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p-eme1"-tha the practice in Mayor's
court dAM be similar to. tih thea
pretie of tJWintes ofthe PeeCourts,
Swhme thi pleadg were oral, bis of
rem and w trials unknown, and
aftppmals a m trial de novo in the Court
of Appeal.
Bevised ~atutes, section 9796, re-
emset the wods of the constitution,
without pemeribg the how or the

sec. 1681 provides, "Writes of Error
from Justice of the ace Courts shall be
goaemed is m 1pete by e provision
rating towIt. tor W Chapter xxv,
Title 1, mt Bfd of this revision.
Blbls oir 3 .may be taken in ae-
cordance with the t inthe Circuit
Courts and 4 ebct." ("N. B.
lee on trial I spaod on appeal
Sa-ew ihm1 s |Ad Jstima of the PeeN
but th pruvitP a does not a-.
M 'anel's Coat.s ine I pat-tk
Tgam oes ut i rhn of the e-
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I.a. h IM ptovids. "That review by
apple Court shiallbe by Writ of Er-
M, enspt where emrtioreri or prohibi-
t" Me, or whebr it shall be otherwise
POpWsA provided*
e e. 136 provides, "That the Judge of
aUy curt of thi Stalts, uphe trial at law
sha lIgu a MW of e1 lao n ete,"
Does this provision ap* to the prae-
tin ef iayor's courts, or exclusively to
these m which are explicitly enum-
erated in % Revision as having their
practice hand?
Crtior and prohibition lie to test
validity of an ordinance. The mayor's
court is one of summary jurisdiction
without legal forms further than is ab-
solutely s to the exercise of much
summary jurdiWdiction. Was it intended
to place the enforcement of petM ordi-
mnaces on a par with a regular adminis-
tration of justice by the State as enacted
by the legislate? If so, mayor's court
would- hae been mentioned with justice
of the pme courts in Sec. 1631. All in-
ferior courts except mayor's courts are
systemaniclly specifically, and thor-
oughly provided for in the matter of ap-
peal. The leavimgmayor's court out of the
species provision enumerating what
courts should he governed %.y the new
practise, would indicate that See. 1268
had -ismnce only to the courts enumer.-
amd in the speac proviskom.
Either appeal from mayor's courts
.easatute a eamm omin s or the com-
S su-es of stevisdo deliberately in-
tended s@e6 quaS temmain, as to the
summary practice la,.and the trial de
noto as _ealt-'-rM, wayor's courts
wit erttorari and prohltiou as the
d of view.
Under the old practice of trial do nov
e appeal from mayor's courts, th
apeal w *asuet pret until payment
wa mNad of the eosts and the fne im-
pmed. The record does not show that
the costs and the finee imposed have been
paid and the appeal is out of court
If the Court in its
discretion doss not allow the appellaat
to pay eost and fine aunae pro tune. It
is against the policy of the law toallow
appeHlat to speculate in -:_ial.h
euta ht paying eots and tees.
Iltheappealisde nova i this court,
or I an appeal from a mayor's court is a
e-es omismuse oe the part of the state.
cumm ou rse of revision, or if they pro-
vusd that e tiorari or prohibition were
e td reme dy in the prmies. them
there is no bin of exception in this eease
or in this court. The one legal point in
ths nme, namely, whether the ordnem
of the City of Daytona exactimg M
oam a mn-residet doing business the
ei ~as aheolute nullity; could be
rahed sertiorari or by prohibition,
eads 'oe0 appeal where it must be

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OBof ade nout asse ar ovrh
-hise o-t of d ooa -in. basedas the
obduratiohfM ad tethd O usd.
Smong mena) oi s th adatelle f
law ad null anrder void eseourt b
10610018a"oft o1 the va 4 01 law, go
gaisW in errr, It is peag with-
drawhisbcameut ase wllgh
don oft hin court 8" ov
The policy of Daytonla eintm g tVe,
ordinance attached hor -m Mbm lssam
&ad unrIghtualees sad anhed to he e.
cleared mull and void by As court be.
casme epagnant to mturalie, in the
only policy which has always eatrold
legislation from It d ba --madle ia--
past up today. U&Aedo mW e
is a blind bat that never knew rih
from. wrong, best speented by the
laws of a tiger ad Vhe Meythe W death.
When d whee was 4 member of a
family, of a tribe, or of a 2nMaolk
treated better tha-m a outn ade o
family, tribe, or atiorn, aintedl Oi
treaties or eo prI -- to
the contrary? Ia thi pltait W e rror
indicate the twnao or coMt tutiouml pro-
vision which h modified the comm o
law of twwdtikortakingthe o ether horn
of the dilemasebow that a change of tka,
constitution has changed the asels of
society from emperical to resolute seieuee.
If outsiders ventuna into family,
the tribe or the nation, they are tolerated
by comity and their privileges are what
the kmily, the tribe or the nation extend
to them. Expediency is a poor chart
and compass of human experiment.
Otsder can claim nothing by strict
Lt. The rights of man in the gospel
of expediency, is the equal right of every
man to make a tyrant of hi-mself and
tyrannime over others and ever popular
government on its present axs is the
legalized "tyrany of numbers."
Neither lernational nor municipal
law are founded on may o r Ibasin
than that each family, tribe and nation
has an inherent and natural right to
make lawsy exclusively for their own in-
test and benefit. Vide code duello of
nation, vide the laws of Florida govern-
ing foreign insurance compania and for.
eign companies generally and tourists.
This looking out for Io. 1 as law and
gospel is the established principle of
revenue and taxation and legislaton in
Florida and the world over. Where the
conaensue of science and religion tended
to mankind the unknowability of man's
relation to the ulmirm as the only basis
of social order expediencaand the animal
self stripped of conseeefee ill the gap and
make up the marrow of human
legislation. Go as yp pleas
and do 'as you please except
as the supreme power in the State
has prescribed a rule of civil coduct that
you disregard at your pet.
The underlying principle of all law M
formulated by treay or enacted at hoae
for their own eitisue i the negation
that there is any knowabe moral law or
natural justice except that of cosmic
despotism to be the common umpire
among men. Wherever this moral lawand
natural justice of cosmic deepotim has
been injected into jurisprudence the
thumbscrew and theifagot and theordeal
and the king as an improvement upon
the pis alter of a spiritual despot, has
been the skull and bones symbol on earth
of a monopolist and autocratic Provi-
dence who isues His dictatorial orders
to favorites defying proof, commanding
slaves to accept and obey an enete tradi-
tion without a particle of responsibility
for the knowledgepof trth or thepractice
of justice. The universal manesscty of
evolution science converts all me into
automatoes and the universal despotism
of special revelation eoaverts all men
into elaves. With church and state di-
vided. and the universe branded as un-
knowable by both empirical scene and
empirical religion, expediency is the only
legal bond of society, ad the interest of
the individual and of locality is the only
object aad the wry marrow of legisla-

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up to Degsam and MMr. I huu'ur-
shnned sam aU S talWI D-m in.l
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Mr. anad Mrs. N. Carpeter started
SOtrday lor their home in Chaevoix
MJeh.L TW wi o "some time, with
their dmughter, Mrs. McCrory, at 'iven
Tvie, 8, C.
Mh K eekJeft t suiy for ber hpm
AMtowa, Pa. On the sam day Mrs.
IAA lftor her home in the interior.
Mr.and Mm. Ver Bracy uad son.
Hugh, cam down tSuday to visit with
Dr. mmd Mm. DBois.
Dr. DuBois spent the ginsr part o
IN e*wksw &rom home having bsen
ih kLaud, Orando, Jackscille and

Mr. HIt"l moa mad Bev.. Latimer me
4mm frm and got B. John-
smatotakthm outi his host to try
C. Nosh cam doa on ad i atomobie
wthaparty ol young rirMd on Moa
(Lek of oom makes it necessary to
fmit several very interesting items.-Ed.)

Rev. A. P.Vtbb, a distinguished evan,
.Wb oI a.nChrintina Church, will begin
a series mtigs at the Armory, in
DaytoM& Wedawdlay evening, April 24.
bliah n g 7:80 eve evening. The
snbects will be: WWed eday, -"Pepara
tio for Peatecost;" Thbnuday, "'Ljmions
from Pnteost" Friday, "The Miracle
at the beautul Gate;" Saturday. "AL
os tt ruaded. Sunday morning at 11
the msbject will be, "All Preseut Before
IS God;" Sunday evening. "The Good Con-
iMiom," and Monday evening, "Wbhat
must I Do to Be Saved." All are welcome.

LoM-A child's golf cape, blue collar.
Suitable reward will be paid for its re-
tarn to Dr. J. P. Each. Sea Breeae.

Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan. of
Hartford. Conn.. scratched hiA leg with a
rusty wire. laflammation and blooh
poisoning set in. For two years w uf-
leed intensely. Then the best doctors ur
e amputation. "but he write. "I u s4
oem bottle of Electric Bitters aud 1 1-2
bow ofI Buckl"'. Arnica Salve and iny
leg was sound and well as ever." For Er-
uption. EcLema. Tetter. Salt Rlwurin
ormes and all blood disorder El-.triu
Bitters has no rival on earth. Try them.
Dr. J. M. Jones will guarantee sati.sfa'-
tion or refund money. Only 50 cents.

If troubled by weak digestion. low of
appetite. or constipation, try a few do,-
es of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablet. Every box warranted. For
ale by all druggists.

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pounded by Registered Pharmiist only. train exhast the brain Jirle Cf m T as m a,, rlub.ATTOMAi leLOtefoA.
..* .. forces and diminish their g rel etao bsted at .Melbourne
th oughto.ower..Feed,,h eo., ,,f', .dT h o mp..o 1ad,_e .-. .
t Perfumery and Toilet A crticles.f( thoraght power. Feed tth me nlre out)o s. hrt (3TanpdsGe .
Strain, strengthen the nerves lot. two (2 .a thr. e (3) of ve,, rt o in F(,
TRY OUR 1PINE TAR ('COU( H BALSAM-2.3 cents a bottle. and build up new vigor, vi- h b aip twesti (mc w H rade Taoring a piolty.
Beach tset. P # DATTOMA. FLORIDA. tality and mental we. sanoaMr-l (2 .sit eae .mo .n ot i 18 and
___0___n_.. _..._______. .....______The greatest of a.l bn This My upPat fr t W..Harris.
.. foods and nerve tonics ismay; Pt. sor 4 4a aWW d
Dr. Miles' Nervine. ."0A0Otago" La" dom,,a, N-"u,--mm-, e.p.
f DI)EALER IN various times for I have ulntn0dto f t the~ ~ Cotag Av4, r "oft Hotel.
C C a rn ei perfect My is Casesadnr o l l9is osesson.forse
s neasnd "Uomnia cawied by pro- f ,an st whereby et peatlWs of ta uwo .
traced mental strain and ovework. Orm ood lyig e7 of the md e cbha- .
Hae also sed it ia my mi y sad I el of the Balulfx River. halMl be eluded ionery Newspapers know f is a tbee brain and r6vefod. f romaThe 4. Inle of town
Ma gazin-s Fishing Tackle H.LIL MamU,Charleto1,W.Va. .Wace.e. 'c
a wing Mal'hin.s Bird Cages
V REPAIRJI G OF Win.low Curtain S MatBoards, u OT .
oil and Water ('Colors Drawing P'aper V it known that er ixty da
SArtist Bruh Muical Goods publication ta o, the uMder.
SALL KI[rtNDS. is ti'sd i Mu.sical o ntNeddev n apP' py to the next
-Jwelry Clocks lati nte of Florida f.r the enactnep "l o i
W1atc'l Toys Tan an at rt gn t bmarkim stakmNn Ps
)Doll Baskets f and nourishes the orbunby iileuib* wh i user iino t 4
f ;la. Candies rain and nerves, over- ties for the e fanmg alter-
- S"tuld Door Nrtlh of Postoffi-e. Fruits and Notions Bike Supplies c irritation, and brings S or v w the
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a Pgh at-miE to a law hi.her a .. a ..h lph" Itf* M A h^.
SoMewt the app.5* o th e road dmhe A*' a
wbethe r ee.wodh ev ry ils m ad ft m 1111bill Uk fi ft
m ahitoerOmety, eatooau ray or -coalle -e ;o.-
oerasey, iseae sad the not coaeltt i It W th t
ame tyadny. It weoe a cosan -et m dee i da
d vtive to be wispeop to make their own rida n-
colM be u eaudrbitrad, boveed, mad t tible, ste t o bed Je $uamra clt l
m taraned, by prcip ted by therable da r-ia t un p-. a
Ideal justi B EWAiun the absence Of A a W O. IeOW ph1remoswbe e-- pena ups=
Cuamtitutmoaal cheane a appeal Of tih aso. sate iage m ciof ily adsnpsd hma nift
tleiin Error to a law higher thenm sh o t sot mihe in its so i-tes Meatafthe a
human r eatio nt is the apn peaopleof the g to a a ba e bPeople
Said s on k par with his with-
h old consent xpedieny mt Re- th artide ts s a ta t dnotm ia tohe chart a
Soder to oust the jugdloton. of A s eouprn The powbe 4e lse t gg m. d aissf
vouws Even though the high a o 1, a OWlmi 4- as ,aws
**V* t th4laadi1suld e butaheem and -qu rate a of awtht"maw so-
theord, without ou d it would be in p onl l it own nda d a tbe MWtndo-i et ao- Il
imusurpatOni, of amkerf g wth e L pre apemu power o tTOt religthouh nept the of adr. tiMl e
ative of the people to make their own rule o a ority mmd qM he i pr a t heS u s a u b sor
laws. Uontl the arbitrary sovereignty satio a ppiee, i w o th e e pe i ods liberty in d Mor *oa law, aMi talhe ag
claimed alike by autocracy, aristocracy, nequirethatd the atiMnla Pr s oaV p- with ompedin peric ru oeer? ai Si
and democracy,is limited by r the reen that ea orjustouptioa dioprty.tion, ofweneer te adrk ia laerit n at o wr l i o
termination of the Ameriean people, the el and poneuoel, sad the l proee- 5 Not univee to talhe cc fact that all uver- ao -M t e i lUsllj n til te l
old social axin of expediency must per- y. of ~t ere n oeq lts it at d no nni-p ien sat despotism, io a a the chart a *

_ Ther e no hw.mtal priipl fon s in the eat11n o N spIeil os-at a lom s, or autndt i o-cii of @W ram- th h. '"
al jut to appeal to, w shall be tao ed pom n ver t Un pass of American ewith perimegobb of its- ot l
Alone among cities and towns ad for State taxatio" idThe ofyeqlimit ponite adicially the refieMd. tUhe u hate pad ramth M
states and nations, Daytona has left the tion upon the power o the legislature to verbal necessity, universal mlabordam

, tttte to a in the matte of the val- and ufo ity in impoing te licMt. 'l pb o I a a
record, without one dina renting Thoicein e no pron m iis thes own a the phi ade-iuae inght aod hmai a to t .t s S a .
its community, of asking the Legislature nd al power of ti thatie, isr reeat mh religteous concept of cosmic e rd erom tt Me de of -
that justice. by the enactment of her own taxation shall be for muaiespal purpmes. proclaims the unknowability of mamsi 09P77
S nd of expediency, to providmht e Now to ra mident ipal to b ee byed an.r relation to the a ed with eaM aad n y t de G ft
the itharn t arrow of all itsorand amend lines occupational ta~ po on-tieldents necessitates by to their last ola highest am m w lm "
teinami tr.atioany Daytona asked for doing busims la e city is erthainy a wt e the anarchy of huma optisl arctn have lad -up 1i
Art. IX. of applyrovide social qualia- tax for um ta of th nicipal rose. An oc an obliged practice, the hastending ofeclipse the of that e
tores of may ale prit and, righteousness national license, is based on the special of faith in God or moral law, andex (Artice wemMat sd h a
to mnial pita age and elea tax ongibility. and cirumstaces of the particular o irap impending periodic rttiod f socal oe a
to arry absolute science into the schools tion for the eason that all ccupattions dissolution, whenever the ark I he ta' t at bith, whata5 1uee
rthe city. But the legislature of Flor- cannot be sated at an eOqual ad uniform btare, and the eyes of the multitude w061"t to halwt
L aMwfused the petition, relegating the valuation like aae fit caua, Ptd a eed cosmic fact that all Of hum" eh?
Swith the jurisprioudene of expediency. perty. There no eq ity and no men are un conscious automatosi like eyo d the I Al-
pye being no fundamental principle formity in the real action of specl os a daoms,o or automatons coanscous of M tersea E the
Stnoural justice to appeal to, what tionse to mnicipl govemet being slaves, with life obbed of ts f Ithe R cE9tidated ki s wul t
have tOw Florida Constitution a8ad which to predicate a rigidMrueof equality infinite value by the refusal of the thou have had for thy table Weamot
Statutes to may in the matter of the val- and uniformity in imposing the liaeuse. universe to fulfll its supreme duty ot thou have had a palace or ishatmI
idity of the obendinance? Thee is no provision of the Coity ord furnishing adequate light for human Po- in? Th th
Art. VII. Sec. 8 provides. "The L gs- tion and no provision of law mad no guidance and adequate beauty for lg *Owe their hpiand maui-
I lature shall have power to establish and principle of justice that requires residents right ous human a ppieI toward ms mwa.derbt ofatfitie
abolide "But icip city, town provide for ad e .a-rsidents to be placed on a pa creatures endowed with r eass and ca-t t pay th O d
tpir government and to alteriand amend in the maicirity of an o pational licen conscience, topromptf lie tot" claim an. ."es "
the same .hat any tim. Each class of license restsupon the thewbeiefit of the bpreiof universal archs and the a Ie -
Art. IX. Sec. provides, "The Legisla- special circumstances of the special cam social obligation at the hands of ep, An strythat Wh.e7
tore may alone provide for laying a and the class, and on the reasonable potence, when launece into exist- "(Article o.t.d
special capitation and a tax on license.." discretion of the municipality in making ence without coassutatieo.
Chapter 4640 of the Statutes, See- 68. the classification. This municipal dis- A brief survey of the various boam
(Charter of Daytona) provides."Alllaws dretlon should not be interfered with by of social order in the past, is not opt .
ew foie or that may be herafter a court except where there is a plain of place. There cvitzation oficent p
eamted for the government of cities ad infraction of Constitutional or statutory pivoted on the eternity of evo luarag
Towns excepting so far as they conflict law. matter as first cause, India on evnlu-

with the provision of this Act, shall ap- ting unconscious metaphysical force,
Spy to said ee nicipalit landengt the ofr Thened out etio oft c nhacn dae on the universal n po u5 tano
Thereof" Thus the Charter entitLas the Shinglese e I generation of something ness from MIP: -
city to all the benefit of past and futur. The special sections of the city ordinance nothingness, Zoroartrals= andP
legislation as to cities and towns. which the circuitjudge adjudicated nall and iytheism ona Quixotic revolt of Smits , are a foows: man against a tyranny of an uancesci- MA .
provides, "B oorut uch city, town or coni- Sec. It. par 17. A tranaest contractors nature that voiuted all men, f

S yPt k. Lime ae Cement ine of b ess shall be subject to a
l, may impose taxes on any sines. city tax of aty donar. A contractors the gods and goddesses of pagas
profession, or occupation not mentioned who reside permanently in the vicinity of Ulympus, and all orms of life or the
Sin this reaction, when engaged in or man- the city and out of the city limits but carry- geerat elaug ter pen of death, verON
aged within such city, town or county." tg on their s of contracting th i e M irst caue presided as o ip
Sf _.tent Lut ner. Greece and okte
Srouc n t em isves for the sepl-.

e care ot natit IF s discussing the pro db- n "si1
BOND & wonder when there brain benicent

.... TheL Art ad .t O truth, and Stckstice with man s to pre-* .'JlSt.ngs to o^> A

oumbne ntr Lathn, tien b.a.ios o ordr-' r.- -L mnaiv
Sg l s, Pi and as follows. At the summit of 1

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pa n -% oft
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a. ~" abw 1rs ob otin

sule bymb bt-b ob and a.

Uyen w0 a" *ad 40 go'

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4 ~of aw bwf.

ff ysal hr L-

- f in. LU. dam.I

Ikk mILeav@WA a
op onf wesedl

as6a oft his basoba
mabeb a~d W* mommi amod
and ftgwmd@1haoPb at

daweodmeal sasoins of the Epworth

S ~e, w bebeMd at 7 o'clock inthe

S Theee tammeat wk was to h ee
as thiwp em"Use ight

pa d enl a orft en'sa o f f.
emof do ad. ha ehmu

S s a Ani1aaw omls t be i d

m|pla e t tee wa uma% e
&eaF yrhbabO fta
S W A~a na=ebitpamt ada
'N. mks "4hr

m beatemd.F Ya
arm wE eO a&. It
~w I ai* bse**swidmWPrimeWai

S. i, teoanmerismatituted
e ame-t--emakofe l ofP. hene
dhWaevawing d 'a wek. Mr.
Wreabc "dathe GasmrwmNews o"n
d t du ans da. e .eston sated that
Dag# a was pret a city as he ever
sa T ued masmthat he win put
Ro.wer hr -aaks.edes.y Kep
he i~.8 He was mbosam c pleased
wfta.doism m asded b ho ad

( o. D. Febloa, waho was pastor f
e iep td stmew miosa wdi at
s-M nl8dNmerve, Mm., etaw.
s An s ... ". port from that
plke sa of: -rv. JuA D. IFute, a
Spd.hls~emges and lormerly pm.or
of Ttsawt Templ, is dead, of pjeaake
He -gd otoriety by his b ibadb
aga elst the amn Cathoal church His
bek, Why PlsShould Wedk wA i -
te abtd by Anthoay msek and
sewel passg wes eiimiated hiem
ft was. v *t go on sale. Whim
"mia"Breton -as the"
c.elMe amb Ihe was smId aOd for
a" whbceto Ila mp post"

'he b is emastay nbagpugried
tw eta. liver sad kidneys. Keep
m ianeims healthy co mdomO and
the to msh regular andl yo will leaves
jamieof a blkod parifier. Fr A
qb Chembierain's nm
am4 Ur muTA. eam dome oftbem
wE demuspod thm a d.ear ttle
aios.b"wblood peMr. Priol Seme5:


wasvewdto m lw

w fHbm Was sm *0 @Omsk On
lm0e.d M sL emes W e dtAy.
M.l, I' L JA.B &hMs Sat o f
fTm r hek ia R.a i, MI
S bag e _d uon. o en b a-t
w als9 opposite hae rWsood
btel. o
Cop. b of Onauad, was tos
.MmWe Mmud laod u with "a

SL.uMe.lhb is at Windsor lookfa
atw bblHemW and e- grome. He i
-sfted baek today.
Capt. W. L Wooeed is lldoi his
emabouM good sad esxpmte to move to
Sifted of New York soon.
La. MOuoweAN unpheatpug the Marg
ut Botl of 8t. AugAtlse, wa setown
taneday, sad favored um with a ealL
f soMld benoe change. are made, I will
N Ow Lowell property on Firt avesne
at a again. 47 E. N. WADmmow.
C. C. Crtis is having an addition built
-toa b s a.cnaery etoIe. The new
vart wS beagdas ;wbeae es parlor.
L P.Thams was ouw to Deland the

D.B-- .-a ba rh f -- bemio- m twohsloiw
Sot, Di own. bsit e ie ll b a- d It ppum
"'adm g m wwa6a i cm asM eom at, g
*sea W '-te.s a a e. wede e, e ha m.o A

aair d utae uoven "~~s od the woemn waIdoqw
*M~~~th ~itle eoton ban whoo the aid a -ies
*' ,.3smae as realved the .fabwlg Thmase: Pis. M nMorq
way pimiI d "t kofr& the Steab tweth emiwas-aw-y s m hme
aaNW4 Naon wd theML road. Am Broom. a prom-
"Jtam l o aM, Aprilo 17th, 1901. emsa atmNorm of Jader, is a o
Dr. Prter IL Ibu -n et Dytona h ,-,of-t --de--_ Me. lk a mBro.wasloved
fom Dr. I L S mith, special agwentt ne --. e-o
aIg t e emalpox situ ation at and hier sad death has east a gloom over
AM I hihes t o oexpre me o- our iet.
tme blair ad toouatuteyou upon Coy Jdge J. e McCrory has is.
theteom. I el that VolOsi county sued thetblohowinguearriage IeSmasms dur-
meetiom of tn Eat Coast need have ing the past week: W. P. Johnon and
adof fate toBtake o Mlr. lie Breok, white, of DeLead; A.
a t i ort toward suppreeson. Dr. W. Armstrong and Me, Catheri E.
Smith is paoreular .-Sattering his Coway, white, of DeLamd; Wa. N.
mentloof your work a od p Clark and Mi Ells Underbid, white, of
minat. .ThB"khyou Iba., lle Jessie Boks and M, Ida
Sta IBoar and It exeutive ....M ..
ofeer, I am, Very truly yours, Joeph eeaett, white, Daytona ,(o. ebon
Y. Porter, state ealth Ocer." and Edith Brown, colored, of Eldridge;
Will Robers and Mattie Robertmon,
colored, of ieleam Springs; John Camer-
--A -- e on and Dos Smlith, colored, of Eldridge.

Mesrs. Palmer & McDowell, managers
of the Magnolia Hotel, wish to inform
intending visitors to St. Augustine that
they will keep this popular hotel open
until May let. Rooms with or without
private bath. Special April rates can be
obtained. 9

A dthree- w omedy "A
The three-act comedy "A


Hunt," presented by The Casino Co. is
an attraction booked for tonight at the

ge l MWe week attendg t Courot. Opera House. The play will be given for
. T mas amd daughter aeompaaed the benefit of Fountain City Lodge No.
56, K. of P.. and the members of this
s ooapopular organization are exerting them-
Sh cool entertainment Frida sves to secure the attendance of a large
t wek etted something over audience.
Sp m ea was very credit- Speaking of this company the Times
Union & Citizen has this to say: "The
C. W. e amblima and Bev. L. Pat- Casino Company is composed of the best
M an Jacksonvlle in attendance at amateur talent here, and all of the mem-
I- distret coanereiep of the M. E church ben have had considerable experience on
aoth. the stage. The plays this season have
toimas Goodal t last week, in been well patronized, and the visitors
o to a tlegram oansocing t and residents are loud in their praise of
ms d i so for i northern oethe work of the company. which is under
M ofhisam, for inorternthe management of A. M. Taylor."
ftb 1d. Maine. The tickets are on sale at the usual
NRmmM S -Sat-tsma, Parson places and may be obtained from mem-
SIews and Phieapple Orange 830 nts bers of the lodge.
apLe. Phoenix Silvestris Palms $1.00.. ---
^ *-'1^-' -

Apply to E. N. Wafroa.
C. W. More has closed out his harness
shop ad will have during the coming
week for 'Paragould, Ark., where he will
segage in the ame business.
For coughs and colds there is no medi
se so eftdve as an LLARD'S uo oUNDmmo
smar. It is the ideal remedy. Price 25
and 50 cents at Dr. J.M. Jones.
One of the prettiest places on the most
baful street in Daytona for sale
cheap; owner wants to invest in a farm.
gqulse at the Gasette-News office.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Porther and child-
pg, of Cocoa, have been the guests of
Mr. and Mrs D. A. Biodgtt for the past
bew day, returstaing home Thursday.
(il Barnett wears a broad smile on
his laes nowdays. It's all on account of
a arrival of a bouncing baby boy at
I hoa ia InSea Breese, on Friday of last

C.JA Ketey, wwho has been running' a
bea* i-g bouer on Ridgewood during
o season. left Tuesday of last wiek for
ihe North. He epects to run a summer
r-nrt hotel in Michigan.
H. & aDoolittle, who has been em-
ployed as book-keeper at the Merchaate'
Bank, has gone to his home at Albion,'
N. TY. Frank Hand is now the able as-
sistant to Cashier Conrad.
Mothers! Beware of those secret rob-
bens of your baby's quiet and health.
Those leeplses 1fhts and long houmrsof
tresm vigil an caused from terrible
asmim of bhildhood-worms. Destroy
and remove them with wIom''s cnaM
vemaru.a Price 25 cents Dr. J.M.Jones
Through the co-operation of the Flor-
ida East Coast Railway, the Southern
press company is running a fast spe-
cial vegetable train, which commenced
Wednesday of last week. It is scheduled
to leave Miami, daily except Sundays,
at 5 o'clock p. m., due to reach Jackson-
vnle the following morning about three
o'clock, where connections will be made
with allof the fast passenger trains at
Jacksonville for points of the East and
West. Cars loaded solid for the principal
Eastern and Western markets, via all
ral Unes, wll be continued through .to
destination without transer of contents.
Coigu t to mer and dispatch
line at Jacksonville and Savannah will
be promptly forwarded.

If he'd had Itching Piles. They're terri.
bly annoying: but Bucklen's Arnica Salve
wll cure the worst case of Piles on earth.
It has cured thom nds. For Injuries
Pains or Bodily Eruptions its the best
salve in the world. Price 25 cents a box
Cmre guaranteed. Sold by Dr. J. MJones.

The county must be in a prosperous
condition, judgelno from the number of
marria lioemes issued by the county
jud last week.
The spring term of Circuit Court con-
vened Monday of last week, Hon. Minor
8. Jones and states Attorney Ja". D.
Begg in oin attendance. The petit jurors
answered to their names and were
sworn: J. J. Hunter, C. W. Glasgow, J.
A. Erickson, H. 8. Compson, James
Dougherty, J. B. Odum, IR C. Bushnell.
J. G. Dyall, J. B. Law, 0. L. Richards,
D. 0. Benton and T. J. Shaves.
The following eases on the appeal
docket were disposed of: State vs. F.
Montgomery, unlawfully catching food
fish-judgement affirmed.
State vs. P. L. Vandergrifft, unlawfully
catching food shb-judgement affirmed.
State vs, Walter Fountain and Asbury
Yelvington, same charge-judgement
There was no criminal cases tried ex-
cept those on the appeal docket.
The civil case of E. K. Lowd vs. R. J.
Skipper, which was an action to recover
$10,000 damag-s for debauching Lowd's
wife, consumed the balance of the week,
including all of Friday night, when the
jury brought in a verdict for the plain-
for $1,000, after daylight.
It was a hard fobght came from start
to finish. The plaintiff was reprwented
by Stewart & Bly and J. W. Perkins, and
Alex. St. Clair Abramm and Judge Milton
Bryan represented the defendant.

All who use Chamberlain'. Pain Balm
for rheumatism are delighted with the
quick relief from pain which it affords.
When speaking of this Mr. D. N. Sinks, of
Troy, Ohio, says: "Some time ago I had
a severe attack of rhtunatism in my arm
and shoulder. I tried numerous remnedi
but got no relief until I was recommend-
ed by Messrs. Geo. F. Parson & Co.,
druggist of this place, to try Chamber-
lain's Pain Balm. They recomendwd it
so highly that I bought a bottle. I was
soon relieved of all pain. I have since
recommended this liniment to many of
my friends, who agree with me that it ito
the best remedy for muscular rheuma-
tism in-he market." Forsale by all drug-

G i=.M.imped dCC.C Never seld bib
S wud iof 1s6dew wie I rluW f ias
I~ ~ ~~~n a^^^f^t 28GLO^^^J

"Savannah Line.'




Florida to

New York.

Boston and the

Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.
THENOE via Palatial Express Steamships frem AVANNAH.

The capital e th mmpar t UOO,

We alH o ml ianCWiU with K. IL
WaMrea, wmb k wa eoml-jeabl
lkt On te atter.
Mr. Waldro was abd whabt ti
distase was from il woodaam to
the cemetery. and he eplied: "About o e
sad a quarter mim."
Is te plan and road to iev,7
AMAMIed, ahe beam "No n-
than a ceM tery aboud be; mowdays
people do not put their emeteri o the
much traveled publie highways, a
aniunity of homes, or In the cheur-
yard, but where people can vit their
departed friends tn quaetmes and -
In what codition is the road leadingf
out to the ceeery? 'The road is
mostly In good condition, but there am
spots in the haemock-about 3004eet-
that need eordaroying, for which ar-
rangemente are being and for whlob the
intested public are now liberal sub-
What can you ay -asto the ugetadtn?
"The growth over the tract eomlet
most of live-oaks, Spanih oak, hboy,
bay, myrtles, etc. The crepe myrtle
would undoubtedly SouriL."
The cemetery comprises about ten
acres, does it not? "Yes, ten acres, en-
closed with three barbed wires; a sour-
veyed plot, with avenues, path and
burial lote. The plot oocaples the ismt
sand ridge beyond the hammock; it is on
the road to the Tomoka bridge aad
Volusia, and is high and dry. As avenue
is pow about completed, fifty feet wide
around the ten-acre tract, to protect the

timber from forest fire. The iaide
avenues, paths and lots are also being
cleared for immediate as well as for
future use. We antegonise no other

Sev. A. M SWM WO bnWO 1

.sjo*sd a phasast U*p
Mlay 9gothmenecui4, .&tj O"Onemrn

Eves to amost ;SO in OMd heMV.
Peoplbaehauatti"S, 0 Wnlg6I-41S- w -
-W Sad mudv d -lp

vitality. Prides m b a P.So 4js
The revival metiq ht sabtg
on at ablaft 6.6kp MOW
growing Isinbtmlo.L. 5JON. 1~
pasor, ehtm& *iuW laa~a ~s
&aBthaim tb26 an" In 46
Marion- Kooks, -.-mow@a for. M'v
Thoispnou,"s a hew Ipoebina dime f.
milirnery At 16M8 lilwaukodag aumpOWX
cag says: During the hem -WOAIRO-j
or I caught a dwa"maul clyhhpme'
awake at snfighteand IMAD Ie Im ftio
attend my work during the.Qwas o
my uilhlnevs win.taking (a1h~b'
Cioougheenwy foray a otidt- tha*
which seempdto relive her, as 0.=.M
that I bought some for mysui.
like magic and I began ale.impeov at.
onwe. I aminow eatltely welltmMahJW4
vwy pleased to aeknowhedgvits meit."
For sale by all drogsbA

Tri-Weekly Sailings
Calling at Charleston. 8. C., both ways.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Direct Service Between
Calling at Charleston Both Ways.
Southbound ... ... ................................ From Lewis' Wharf. Bosto.
Northbound ......................... from foot Catherine street, Jacksonville

(DeBary Line)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
BLUE SPRINGS and Intermediate Landings on ST..JOHNS RIVER.
STEAMER ty of Jacksonvillet
Leaves Jackseevinle3"30 p. n., Sndays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Leaves Safeord 9:30 a. m.. Mendais, Wedsesdays and Fridays.

Southbound Northbound
Read down SCHEDULE Read up
Leave ::3) nm...............................JACKSONVILLE........................... rrive 2:00) am
: :45 pm................................ PALATKA.............................I... ave 8M) pm
3:00) am ............................. ........A STOR............................... 2:30 pm
4:30 am.................................ST. FRANCIS.............................. 1:00 p
...................... BERESFORD (DrILAND).................... 12:04) n'n
S 3 6:00 amn....... BLUE SPRINGS........................ 11:00 am
,East. ArriveS:30 amn....................................SANFORD................................ !:30 am


Connections withiNew York and Boston Ships On Bound Lines-
All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing sehidults.
Write for general information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservat ion, or eall on
Traffic Manager, Gen'l Agt. Traffic Depa tmerit.
New Pier 25 North River, New York. 224 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Florida
J. W. WILKINSON, Agent, Daytona. Fla.

General Passenger and Ticket office,
204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

A. C. IfAGERTY, East'n Pam. Agent, F. M. IRONMONGER, JR.. F. P. A..
19 State St.. New York. 214 We.t BayE St.. .ih-ksonville, Fla.
THO. D. HIALEY, ALocal Frt. Agt. C. P1. LA)VELL. FI. Siupt..
Foot Hogan St.. Jacksonville. Foot Hogan St.. Jacksonuville.
JNO. L. HOWARD, Si, -rintendent,
Foot HIogan St.. Jackmonville.
THEO. 0. EOR. Wi. P. CLYDE & CO..
General Manager. Gen-tral Ar-nt m.
Chesebrough Building, 19 State St., Opposite Battery Park, New York.

. 10.


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aI e-le a.h the diis .o amllo 2nlt mat s
kin as e s ss guse n aI vn n asW
A i7_ofusAa- alt 0 a rfs km
e k5 j-7- cre- inUameas a WrammotO SWIMS
as a e.. asp~broems eek b sda" on ass woman roemeans omaanka naee

-w s demipgeu AIwIp .wed have bse"em lted Hy eve.a pho epem p ml d hserm. I&a n m a aa Maas
m ta .al l a W"t gas d hevdae e eerml m an. re nses. Isde a mul. st a a Mt O 3Mdc. ammt a s
* I ft Aast ansrmasamt h at ad te as t lno stin free self- as te te mat n a a4 s me- me p., r hi S a P, oeay lo t -
=14 Reme AMes fthe buffewe" gnwrmef teard thte excel- moral a" social assestmhy I a s a el 11 ty --ot ft
,"w af ay tw b eao m l.eake of lib, therty. umai perfect Provide.ce Maut a i aoverinnt. o the -am maj _et
M tSo ali car ,t berty 1a eS o peb o il ty would have bai.g fsdInt th s bm g to. the hewv a the -ae
So h em n um j g .e bltea i.thecradle. Sporitaa withe th asrat m m cn ae o gn Uhe A mhm am"rt. aan,
bIf A gtat e W aa reder wo ld S ae have di fered enct for an plgrimage t self- Ma pO A l e ftb_ "g
aComso 49 sht y loom, is a matter of mimer detail from the betterment d mme gauae to t.e PrauMM at human fmasttal
Soft maN et'- uptb atomic order of physics. Liberty, and a It is iacredibe that Go ty ealwayq 108 beg
at "twe l t rt trh~ oev, and juice and causation, are created as, m-k age ito. eEic ft U-bemty asn j.mislt of palmanSd
t M-M mann to Impos et ral. persleing to the in- own image n the AMn cher, and the family me, saoSmSe.
ad"" Ye wfct as ter sal relations obe od ad then the sec o t fam ted as a am nn .
ofe and in th secante mt ama Ce of. an's I i.s
Isot. Not -an W S i humanity and their respective com- evelution brother of the atem, the emalpecest ant a-jeot -- Oy b0"r
e-es MYat et of spetat piste or partial domination of the plant, and the braute, ant to crownaeati m et a ge the dott owa s -
un. -th ia- phenomena of nature. An altruistic Ris work, bejuggl woman oeat f le Ct -s and t t the se to e
God respects hbman liberty that He the rib of man, to talk turkey Is the true Almighty Great as
true& byigty Oat asl aaue -a thesa ~p S a
Mst btth T n h t may be justied in exactingresponsi- third chapter with the serpeat s t a an lnntesial as a ged, ofto as t~W a" head. 11
or mw b. Mt b lty. The universe is known over fail fram grace. It is Iacredible that mae aSaid sei It to aces t
se Tetru byd ofe against Its author and knowable over the Heibrews, ely m geratie a m e Tthat agres eveolo as r a a f M
As sel Inie'that b against the creature framed In the removed from emncsptels, should m I the cosmi at t
po Eae l divine image. Therefore He fashieos have established a slave cede In the genera mofe from S c that as thO
-Ile s e dumer He I the human soul so that truth carries memorable words, "Thus saith theta gu is tme ty t seef y day lMe,
a ser, d emf sceum dmee its conviction, and justice voices its Lord. If thine own brother consent fotge ahds es te mlom svbe with h-an I -
i S on Supr the r L- time In rsactde, consecrating truth for the to be a slave, bore a bole through eighteen centuries of VtoMper atem laId an sea tumelas the Alp 1
s e tohe Ome Mothpiee at ice ncosmmes good, without physical ear, and neither he er his children and ?I der. Time it is that hefrai th eart a Sm
go"O a n, s ay at cannt force, the omnipotente of inteilectual nor his children's children shall go o et eep In the tomb of ma e h ecUc dsSa De
m rst u ysh, a t Je, sa t i a-caunsaing, or aeespotl5 of any kind. ouit on the day of Jubilee, but they Caligula, ellgabalus, t at ft In d vat 4O
lawd f a mk aridence functions in liberty. These shall serve thee forever." It is eq.- motus, and all the other shameless tats that Got i good, a
nmte eithmelawo thw is-are the cosmic signs and tokens of a ally Incredible that a school girl Eve m ota.s Romat aemate ifnS t h vast t g a4 b
-Y&r/wasm -tht fle tGet who neither materializes, theo- stole an apple out of the Lord's deified, not for their virtues, but tfor e law of hums gs
Ibm aU ntas, lbe the paes r Incarnates, but abides orchard and thereby set the univer the i crimes and vices, and t ponder ntleaselie r bhums
1. *tr be s6aeds -i the indubitable voucher of man's into hysterics and that in consequence mto limited sovereig- time aP t
nm alae his r the cscltous spirit mortality in the omnipresence of Judiaism should be compelled to te i kob 0
an al ne gaw t&e iste silt -s all-embracing sa$ everlasting admit into the puresit of religious the et of a Roman mob. LAke t tie as- s i

ou~nefte cuse M 1, ts fnite n al chenpatrdiarche ofwg hina tehue tmen- 96o enit is d rmP dO
qpkftlliessk md ditigabi8 spirit whose infiite persoualliltlative umaaterialism of Eggypt, the meta- Gdent pt 'riarch of Chn the mean-d of elmb e is. rwadfbl ms 1At- --
-aprallll m~a i iste upreme cosm ic fact of abt physics of India, the scepticism of ot Christendom I the hera of ls hU
fti manw Sarce, o-f e gin- lute self-existence and the source of Chaldafea, the twin gods of good and tir spendingg social eclipse. ut 6
s ad the -Mp hte s D uonv S the ningite uniformity of the law of evil and many-headed polytheism, Thr.-e maki e one, t a infinite is at actiity ls easd M"a u

Ce este f mythseyo. Abraham thie bet throughout the all Without with the High Priest of the g -od ant th' same timee of arthlng master the mros od Gets hIS'
0 ase scientist o fa d a the spiritual lite of conscience the church converting dough into the equals nothing, Providential justice g tait InI -us-s- IIs the .

ad eat.. He was m believer senes are an automatic physiological Almighty or nd the same with the A solut e sc1 e of a price b aun sand ug lOg at 4!@ is
I a eibl Ged wthmt asked him for sequene without the voicvine of truth as if the world Mes. Vish d Bll Aphad tonot had mhughm ci eated In the bargain becae the on a ye
--of-Bull.A anad so it Oist hdneu I c ra &vlt be holds the scalesr for the Knecw, ptaflhre-pu.
tsle his Mrton Bo i ton their possessor. Nqt one ray te of o B a nu Ii o s a t tm r sith bs ... a..
rty shGes, Prec. T, e ovcaswvespiritual ligh.. .t would have penetrated Is there athe ism of evolution, ce train of disciples talkl the ibber-

l--I a tmle. .. am081nted to liberty" and la Uvidualnsa neShappinet caunota naunp max-a and His Almight The unpardoun ,I sh of anknnown tm aua as a coulter- at@e8 OI that. ll
Ci i sie Catelaces t being algar, andthe universal gloom to bring hsun- Zoroastrianisme was ever to have repre, felt ph alengy, expelialg devs, per- slr-slety C sc ea .
te e uimity of the law of shine to o ne dark recess unless at the poker game of prIestcraft. The god aand physical scinco-othox switho a. o...i -ine bmwtm Wtru I -t
osmic liberty an juice, c m goods A alltruistic God wouldhuman ring in holyis nose takes Christianity. The Almighty was an w t te dn .

lApe and Vihhn. The hocus-pocus the globe by telegraph, wad aoc ni elt a oak6 f y..a- hind
Sint erthat never errs, an omnpotece that the pot from inspiration. Crucizion enough of a monopolist in the days eote tft O
.A s.ecant abolute rit can manifest univntersal string priestcraft i the corollary of the plague, pestilence and i p n a tdegen-erate isae em "-
of te E ti I fte conscience for the highest Christ had he evforgery identified fabricathimself Judaism, but ad fore g hee a d n .
a al of the all by spts- pssle crust of breagood to be divine and beas one andypt cryg through same with tChrsten Al- salute science of Abrituits to ahp a a set- a

._---- I --_:--_:-tl' tltween twoestarring individuals may don, God iadead, God is dead, good for kunowledge, Christian scientists e;veryw--rlatehialetertgr
ei mei lat with r m t s etbe t labe a ny physical plane sm i s eal, ge has ariu Moses. Vishnu and Asb cety, h.umih antdir tCeaisp. .--

offt n web mixture tof cosmic h cmnociety that ast aieofeth has arisen, good God Oasir ha sit ttetl ad sorcery, mental -th&ntistft=
iney aaact constantly, u n ifore. lye to grow in the ice of the dNorth to cotm e w dri o m ttuht thatGet tise th e aN
clng an weicrdagme equar ngfh s spirc tual universelly is ever repeat posingsbl e as a Jew to identify himas returned toelf with the telepathy in exchaduring a brief life, it er. o the i l em
C-abo-lte scleace to mm thake adjustment of the otalityaves and dishesta skies to true God who allso the qcalway and the around doing good by magic, with a tem My M
seM ie mer aed anie t human ne f equal liberty a hardship th and the dead Where wither incarnate omnipesin Bn saints of disciples talking the gibbepr- repechis tibe r
justice t hat pis dst e t bhe mdx- an. ApHis or tAlmight. The unpardon i sh of unknown the Almgues as a counter- sprmeoof all e adl
flthe Cs ren iBu s th anlter1e qand mised without maximizing the hap- able crit matter was ever h with thve pr-ft p y, PehauiC blems th are a.N e theeg
pines of each and all in the common sented the true God 4 Israel and His forming miracles, tunnel~g t uni ersa law thn cao

et-l a., -- j c l t e fh r distributing : an altruistic God wouldrange toin holy people as identical with Bul Alps by prayer, by faith-urecirlo an oran ta mthe A sa T Mtdg
l spiritual order stretches ma a alustic e hAi w ad ng T ervhos-p inea tglo yo establish a ndw vice- ihnte serhesof evItg hga glb by enpb

amweltw et the All, in which over into physical order. If society the tabernacltngd heagi of ab- gerencp of cant and c humbu ai n line r wish t5Ia.*--.
to sema th Rephli of Man unl itl ay b of phsclitrests centwering priete cift isthes corollary of the plaguea pestilne ande famndte ant perisot isag Ch fa.ct rue Swim

Sof eM qeltiberty, truth ant in a only one grew before, and the barn io altar of liberty, truth, and justice in Ganges. Without a knowablegroind the a-o1lnte reamty who 'smeka
th gabte. heyare thyith ofed with an inexhaustable harvest God's temple of the unio rse. Christ of social obligation and jsorery .m enaitesiin nberty stattsa
tyruf islot, sitl r I ev d er rep-ating fm ravk n in the froht rank of the tood knowable universe, sfclet c has n

a or sociastatio ai wi n ere a crus oit o ureaau was tn ---- walkag San tan w1t ts am lfqema -t so
ga social station t proportion to. only pittance for two, and isolation and great men of the past, he is not alternative except to stagnate and da as of yore(but not after, a- tsen.rM
thaegeIt of the Ieact bent to diwm produced not enough for one. The half horse and half aligator. He is retrograde to barbarism as the Inna- a r of phy man al the g ar.e Co l*,l it Sl
cawloe a. a o thee sanctions of long life and plenteous the third absolute scientist who has tic asylum for a race unfit for liberty Eden of his cradle and] in the saru ofW oZ
me l ter a th e ples and the harvests in the Mosaic polity, are appeared in history. I have come andresponsibility. E f thence's manhod, wiSms.Ss
taun acles oe family and social t sanctions of the spiritual order en- not to destroy, but to fulfill the law. The infinite idea of the divine head familybosd of Ge tobelters ha a
a.'. e p ioll y da y d joining. Get righteousness, and all Verily. I say unto you, not one jot or of the Commonwealth is absolutely fy of man lrthe common tabem acle "nsem, d ms- S
of r. The pillar of clod by day and shall be added. If all men's time one tittle of the law shall pass away essential to the health and the Im- Ia the worM's social order aointh seW WofdSn
Sre bight which leads all me werektaken up in defending person until all has been fuNlled. Call not provement ot society. Incarnation a.elf-gov-r-o----- -t7 jut* mLam
@st" lade t ihde elint to the me and property, who would subdue me good. Call no man good. Only in Christianlty reached its climax in tlvne. Thu the inbor trmt C t es sl s
Sthe feeling of the tre nature to convert the crust of bread God i6 good, whose knowable universe the vicegerentcy of God urbis et race in te trstwrtines of thea, ~ i~ t
Sofe liberty, truth, and justice into a cornucopia of abundance'. The proclaims of the Sovereign, I am orbis by the pdpacy in the Middle is conrned by the Sm of hmn ex- area ea-a r
SwSperativne rtal lathe Dkowabity law of human progress is spiritual, the way. the truth, and the life. Ye Ages. It was the socially organized perience, and demonstrated to s" areas an oa
e"s t te a olth. The not physical. It is the domination ot are all my children, fashioned in the special revelation of caste and prii- cluson of any other possible hy peh aissp ft. e a
ablte has been the bect of nature by man regulated by a coop- same divine mold to love one another lege maximized into infinitude. It sis. The true GoalS etilawe sai see a -ale-mseS as
tdy man began to erative Providece exacting the eea as the Father loves all, to share was the world spectacle of the cosmic distinguishuMe as Ma abele c rt.sw ms
lan sthed olmiprescean and te common good of all. as the measure and shaYe all atike the inexhaustable Almight led around with a ring in is tu.e of sceM N tetiati Ie a .
ieate etomanpresce ano d imme- of responsibility. county of my always and everywhere. nose in the carava.- of earth based to human ken ftm ay possible K S Sms
date ass.istace of God in every InaAmuchasye do good or ill unto man ke tom ay posel~etee, des
dltheghtan act of.mortal, is the The Allrighty trumpet on Mount theleasof men ye do good or Illt unto me. upon the proposition of Egypt, India. mic ordqr of the ite, in liberty e wanr
alpha ad omemega of human exper- Sinai never sounded in the day and There is but one law that's binds the and Chaldea. and Zoroastrianism mortal fashied water its ow, to
ece, t by faith, which is the generation of Moses. It was bown universe together as free society and olytheism, and of despairing know the absolute fact, with pal mere
evidenced of thingsunseen and the by tradition after tradition had for- dedicated to the highest good of all, Greece and ome that there was and pabie difference of the diltte pg wi a ssose esmersl td
substance et things hoped for, upon gotten utterly the absolute Ktience and that law is equal liberty and is so knowable God and moral law to iiatudive of the divine -sego. AmeSs .bsa eSr
which the incapientexerience of the which Moses had taught. A super justice to all and special privileges be the umpire among men. It was a trpscedoin the .anits by an lallte e weda
cradle and that of the highest scien- natural Messiah might be expected to none. Reverence the perfect in revamping of the Sphinx at the por- dierence of am lslo ee e dem e a l
twist pvot, and which it behooves unAtil Abraham and Moses came. God and respect the respectable n tal and the grave of civilization. It and universal cf re ame elem M, eer oan
talde Inswti awe tEhute scienctioe of th e. fo ye d "M
sed|-ty to verify and demonstrate Inspiratioceased.when thescience human merit. Render unto Caesar vitas an Egyption relegation of the diiaineSlt frmyet da t an e rm rra bla
nt absolute science, f the universe.of science explained the validity of the things which are Caesar's and ciitas de to the cloudland of the Divine elf for c ined exiateS e a
be kwaMble, lest society go the the scientific method ad intinitum. unto God the things which are God's. b yondt instead of building the altars thus preserving the law of idet tlytae s.
eternal round of birth, maturity and- Absolute science knows that tomor- In all the immensity- if infinitude of liberty and justice upon the earth and difference at lIsflitm- anl mi as.
death. er the natural faith of man row will add to mortal's store if mor- there is not room for in the temple of the all, dedicated to Every man Iesciety's partial s pSrm a-
which Abraham vindicated by the tal faithfully works in the Lord's Caesar or one rightful the righteousness of self-government ior or its partial curse. Righte._ .-
Infiate uniformity of the one law of vineyard so long as Providence con- pariah. God's family includes the for the common good of humanity. ti cues social evils at their tm
emic righteouness for God and fers liberty and exacts responsibility, family of man. His omnipresence and arevivalof the brute i force tbeadsAttsi-ttode
man, is athe divine modesof instituting and intrusts man with being the arch- and universal activity fill the uni- nature which comes to conscious s al dtie with a d e
epemible liberty for the common itect of his own destiny in common verse with the obligation of self- frthe firs tomes to cobsceos Ihesence aj5 fl
goed of all is free society, human and with hisfellows. Sundalled,girded.and vlfor the irst ti i to be the Iveness. In the p.eseace oaah
fali. ftstaff in hand for the eternal Passover government by justice to and by mouthpiece and vicegerent of an science, is thete anything due from a1_
Universal necessity and universal as responsible freemen journeying each and all. Do unto one another cosmic almight that cannot speak 4qoarida to herM f and
npstimm are incapable of account- toward infinite excellence, is-a sub- as you would be done by. Be ye per- I oract for itself, and therefore can- human society? Would it be
ng e mcally for free society. Bad statute for evolution's physical jig of fet as God is perfect. not cosmically function as the divine a d u itrloem cM asw ar- itody.

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