Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: May 4, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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: VID00382
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 27730702
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Other version: Daytona daily news
Preceded by: Gazette-news (Daytona, Fla.)

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Aphm Adla 4 o be- ai- oquld It
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t A dofthemo ldbe mnsat d o hee
t seeWd wofmh natio tbe poor, bute
a be amafy h iappme tMas for seedowi
paehamed of poorgerla, thigqa lty.
Th s is owa by trah t whicher ad
beplanted. If onye s rtmainpereta.b
hwin ageM witW a good then te
For t"sum. itis always wie policyI
for tie grower to sti be hied by plard-
i ddthe pee amount of seed which ermi w
atd. above she d be purchased sont.
time b d may betequd for p owing and





can te prnuber in thime forced bed, bt tsowing,
thus avoiding numaessary and perhaps
costlr delay. Furthermore, if a. certainI
pwmremtagW of th seedmareafound tobetc
capable of germination, this will serve
as a gumide to the amountwhih ster.ould
be pmateriald. If onlyrequired for a certain peret
will give good strong plants, then thec
required number ean be secured by plant-a
ing an additional amount of seed over
and above the usual amount..
Th seed may be tested by sowing aS
d&fite number in the seed bed, but theta
better plan is to use a wsed tester.a
The material required for a simple, eff1-


SItr.. ad Awpa.
Mow the heart, and bow the head,
Se peace and s r to the dead.
The unity of the native land, with the
arms of Liberty and Justice outstretched
to embrace the world, is a monument
worthy of Confederate and Union dead.
If that be justice which a petty magis-
trate of the peace dispenses in a paltry
ive dollar suit, what shall we call that
higher social value which the Legislature


them We 1W %lOhWe fta

4m6ds s *uo
fti e Ir cge h s6es 1i
The o--e hbmi tm seat in a tosm,
th whbch isabout 75or
80= P.
S required lor arMaismae v-
rim. .Im Suet is b u m
seed gem. rm 1 e1 hin son two to
fw days, whib panp seed oifm tabes
two weeks or more, though the gemiW
tiof abdof eedAD themtr tes may be
hastened by pla-lei he waru water
(100-110 for tw-m4owr
houmr.
The seeds the tibshodl be .xam-
ined from timeto temad thMose whca
have geamiated hoI removed md
counted, thus the pjsetae ofgmi
tion may be aseertbis. Mom thb em
hundred seeds may of eoune be seed, but
this is a eomvmisesut number. hl per-
centage which germiesse may be need
as a guideto the amount of seed to plant
as already indicated.
The cloth should be boiled in water
for a few minutes before using a second
time, in order to destroy any fung m
spores which may have bilme on them.
H. HAmLDOL HCBz.


A Love* rmae.
Daytona people are truly proud o hav-
ing such a man as Adam Shants among
them; and Mr. Shaats surely has eoa-
dence in Daytona. This genthlema cam
here a couple of months ago, and was so
infatuated with the place that b bought
valuable property, the conideration for
which ran up to many thousands of dol-
laIs.
Mr. Shants has still further shown


eaarts for the guidance of all the courts his coaldeace is paytoan and the 8tate
la their daily administration, and how of Florida b
y baylag last week thirty-


shall we denominate that holier chart one hundred acres of land from Masoma
and compass of society which the CarwelL The property all lays within
constitution makes the supreme law four miles of the corporate limits, and
of the land for the living and posterity? the nearest line is but one and ahalf miles
Expediency is not justice. It is the coun- from town.
terMlt eoia minted at the mint of athe- The extensive tract is now covered
ism, or the God of Kings, to discredit all with timber, which Mr. Shants will have
liberty, all truth,and all justice. All men cut off and use for fuel in his Lily Water
and all women, by the flat of omnipo- plant. He will then have the land cleared
teaee, are little republics, each one self- and convert it into large farms. He
crowned with thesovereignty of self-gov- will also erect, as soon as the plans
erament aneddedicated to self-rule for the can be made, a commodious dwelling
common good. Science is humanity's house, to be occupied by the superintend-
republie of truth, where partisanship is ent of the farm, and a beautifuleountry
dumb and conscience is the only spokes home for himself, together with stables,
man; where the crown of the monarch tc. Mr. Shant has absolute confidence
and the tiara of the pope meigh nothing that many products can be succes"fully
in the scales when the lowliest commoner raised in Florida which at present are
lays upon the altar of country and man- given very little or no attention.
kind his dutiful mite of demonstrated Hestated to theGATrNsm-Newsthat be
truth for the common good of the ages would liketo haveacouple hundred acres.
of man. Government is the ark of soie- cleared this summer, so as to be able to
ty's covenant where humanity's republic plant a crop next fall and test the adapt-
tb goes over into the common- ability of the soil and climate for the
of human justice. Why should the growth and maturity of other pro.
on the faceof theearth be the con- duwts.
coureeof human wolves with every manu'
hand against his neighbor? Why is in-W
international law the code duello? Why The WoU-Duassd* GIn*l.
is the sacred doctrine of human rights White holds first rank this summer, ai
nothing more and nothing lews than the it did last. for children, young girls and
tyranny of numbers, the equal right of young women, and for older ones also
every "ian to make a tyrant of himself when combined with black.
and tyrannize over others, except in so White lawn graduation gowns this year
far ai he is retrained by enacted are trimmed with dainty hemstitched or
law? Wherein does the sacred gov- lace-trimmed ruffles upon the skirts, the
eminent of the people differ from the waists being tucked and hemmed, with
despotism of kings and nobles, if it is embroidered or lace ineertion set in.
only another expedient of expediency to Whiteandcolored washsilkshirt waists
enforce the se- e despotism of a body made like ordinary cotton ones will be
held together by the universal uneetity, much worn this season.
or the universal despotism of the all? Wide sashes of soft ribbon used as belts
Expediency in a league with hell and a and ending with long ends coming to the
covenant with the devil as the LordGod edges of the skirts, are to be used with
Almighty. All hail to the God of the summer gowns.
people to lead humanity out of a darker Collars are made from two to three
yesterday into a brighter morrow for- inches deep and over foundations that
ever. Up, up with the commonwealth may be bought in all sises. As a rule
of the all in which to found the Repub- the collar is made of the dress material
lic of man. Sic itur ad astra. Let the and trimmed as the waist is.
Southern Cross of Justice blend with the Many of the parasols this season are
stars of heaven that in their eternal of striped silk in white colors, and many
courses fight for the unity of the native others are of plain black and the dark
land of liberty and justice dedicated to shades. The sticks are long and, as a
the good of all mankind, rule, are lessornatethan they were year


WHOOPING COUGH.
A woman who has had experience with
thiedisease tells how to prevent anydan-
gerous consequences from it. She says:
"Our three children took whooping cough
last summer, our baby bof being only
three months old, and owing to our giv-
ing them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
they lost none of their plumpness and
came out in much better health than oth-
er children whose parents did not use this
remedy. Our oldest little girl would call
lstily for cough syrup between whoops.
-Jmsm PINKY HALL, Springville, Ala.
This Rededy is for sale by all dreists.


ago.-Ladies' Home Journal. .

SHUDDERS AT HIS PAST.
"I recall now with horror," says Mail
Carrier Barnett Mann, of Levanna, 0.,
"my three years of suffering from kidney
trouble. I was hardlyever free from dull
aches or acute pains in my beeak. To
stoop or lift mail sacks made me groan.
I felt tired, worn out, about ready to
give up, when I began to use Electric Bit-
tern, but six bottles completely cured me
and made me feel like a new man." They
are unrivalled to regulate stomach, liver,
kidneys and boweL. Perlectat.teaction
guaranteed by Dr. J. M. Jones. Only 50
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houe has been enMrged by the addition of &a.wu om the somtk ... the
single or enasUite. A w dig room hras o m bumlt kon the goso en d *r
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b.3gshtry at Tioneka Cabin A m'y
aifqabb dby was spent, about sixty
a I being present. ~'.


The following party chartered the
"YTafte Doodle" last Mooday for a trip
to New Smyrna, stopping ag Paeetti'
for a aldinner: Mr. Ad Mrs. B. War.
ier, St Paul, Minn.; Col. and Mrs. W. M.

W Bea MD hras lived his barber
|op Into the building recently vacated
C. W. More, and M invites his friends
aad patras to can on him at bis new
otad. He expects to put in bath tx.
*am in the aner futuc -I
BRa.an's 8xow LUmimIT curem Rheu-
matim, Neuralgia, Headache, Sick Head-
sah SoreN Throat, Cat, Sprains, Bruies,
014 rm Corns, and all palma and in-
ammeatmi. The most penetrating lini-
atstin the world. Price, 25 et.. and
50 et. For sale by Dr. J. M. Jones.
Wilkinson Co. is the name of a
new firm orgaaied in Daytona for the
transaction of business pertaining to
electrical supplies and electrical work.
J. C. Petteprier the manager and J. W.
Wllkinson president. The headquarters
of thecompany are in the Seminole build-
ing.
The Halifax Rifles held a meeting Tues-
day night and a numberof members were
sworn in and several applicants balloted
on and aeepted. Another meeting was
held last night, hut we did not learn what
busineae was trmnaneted. Rev. A. P.
Cobb delivered a very interesting addlress
to the company Tuesday evening on mil-
itary affairs.
The Waterloo Times man solves a
mighty problem thusly: "Why is n news-
paper like a woman?" "BeaOt-t has
to have somethingto run it!" Berause
both have to bt known to bh appreci-
ated !" "Because it changes its dress!"
The correct answer is: Because every
man should have onw of his own. and not
be running after his neighibr' !'"
OLD SOLDIER'S EXPERIENCE.
M. M. Austin. a civil war veteran of
Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife was
sick a long time in spite of good doctor's
treatment, but was wholly cured by Dr-
King's New Life Pills. which worked
wonder for lher health." They always
do. Try them. Only 2.'-.. at Dr. J. M.
Jones' drugstore.


Says an exchange: If we were to an-
nounce that you could get this paper
thirty days for the price of three beers.
every descendant of Adam would know
that meant 15 cents. But if we were to
say that would be sent three months
for the price of a gospel hymn book, half
of them wouldn't know whether we had
ramied the subscription rate or were giv-
jng away the paper.
NO LOSS OF TIME.
I have sold Chamberlain's Colic. Chol-
era and Diarrhoea Remedy for years, and
would rather be out of coffee and sugar
than it. I sold five bottles of it yest'r-
day to threshers that could go no further
and they are at work again this morn-
ing.-H. R. PuEPS. Plymouth. Oklahoma
As will be seen by the above, the thresh-
mr were able to keep on with their work
without losing a single day's time. You
should keep a bottle of this Remedy in
your home. For sale by all druggists.
rElder Cobb, of the Christian Church,
is holding an interestiteresting series of meet-
igs at the Armory, this city. His ex-
planations of the teachings of the New
Tetaments is clear and comprehensive.
ade livered in a forcible and eloquent
meaner. Hi subjects are: To-dght, at
7:80, "Christ, our Witness. Leader and
Commander." Tomorrow, Sunday, at
I a.um., "My Church;" at 7:30p.m.,
-Cuistian Union-Is it Practicable?"
Monday, 7:80 a. m.. "A New Testament
Conversion." AU are invited to come and
hear this distinguished evangelist, as the
opportunity to hear one so gifted is rare.


L G. fiR Tmm a jasksmotsvisisort

OA asC. P" et6a' ps mm ilto


haveSm f~e t ft oruy1w and Sk i
omlytbingtht ever Osd him."Di.L


JU4dge tewrt of DeLaad, was a Day-
toSs viitor one day last week. .P. Thomss -5 b b lng
works to hiW lot ame fromae whes the
Barry fns of Jaksoille, the building formerly waslocated.
Oa amt for th "Dixie Flyer Boute" ,
weantow Monay, nd regteredat Mr. F. D. Amol, AM KI., wrihe:
was a town Moday, and registered atHe was troubled w- i k aney disease
twsl -"Ville w-about three years. Had get up wnv-
Try the new remedy for costivenes eral times during .t e but three
Oambertain's Stomach and Liver Tab- bottles of Fbor's Kommu. Cu ected
lets. Bery box guaranteed. Price 25 a complete cure; he feels better than he
.For sale by all druggist. e did and zi.mewndsft to hiefriends
"W. H. Edmondson recently sold a lot LJ. M. Jones.
to Mrs. Barker, who will erect upon it,'Miss Edith Brush is exphoted home to-
the summer a est residence. T day from Baltimore, when she has re.
lot is 52 by N00 feet, and is across the gently graduated from a dental college.
S Im the idgewood Hotel. ff you areuick all over, and don't know
:At Holly Hill the inhabitants have re- just what als yoe, it's ten to one your
solved themselves into a working force kidneys are order. FoLrY's KIn-
and are now busily engaged hauling zry Cumj will bring you health and em-
shell and spreading it over the bicycle ergy. Dr. J. M. Jones.
path between Daytona and that charm- ir rturnd hom Thursday
inr llttJe village. ^J.H. Niver returned home Thureday
ing little village.from a visit with latives in Illinois,
IT SAVED HIS LEG. Michigan and Ohio cities. Mr. Niver re-
P. A. Dafit .. s 4LaGrange, Ga., suf- ports having seen a gueat deal of snow
fered for six months with a frighb'.:' r-'n anti cold weather on his journey.
ning sore on his leg, but writes that Buck- "
len's Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five Many a fair, young child, whose pallor
days. For ulcers, wounds, piles, it's the haspuzzledthemoter, until he has
best salve in the world. Cure guaran- pected rightly her darlingwas troubled
teed. Only 25c. at Dr. J. M. Jone'. with worms, has regained the rosy hue
of health with a few doses of WmTE's
Capt. McFadden and family left here CREAM VERMIFUOE. Price 25c. For sale
Wednesday for their home at Melbourne, by Dr. J. M. Jones.


taking the old shell boat, "Nebraska,"
with them. The Captain reports having
had a very busy season. At his home
place he has the frame up for a 90-foot,
ocean-going freight schooner, and will
complete it as soon an possible.
See a lot of young girls in another
column with their garments tucked up
treading grapes in a Quinto village of
Portugal during the wine making sea-
son. The practice is kept up to this day.
Speer of New Jerey, however, uses rub-
ber rollers and makes the most superior
wines of the world.


OCEAN


'J+ /;i


"1Savanns


BY LAND

Florida to New York.

Short Rail Ride


G. II.Matthew's residence was entered
by a sneak-thief about seven o'clock
Monday evening and a sum of money
was taken.
Unless a woman eat sufficient nourish-
ing food she can neither gain nor keep a
good complexion. Food. when digested,
is the base of all health, all strength, and
all beauty. HEmBIXn will helpdigest what
you eat, and give you the clear, bright,
beautiful skin of health. Price 5.0 and
7.1 ets. For sale by Dr. J. M. Jones.
G. W. MacKenzie expects to leave Mo.-


day for the Pan-Americas Exposition.
where he will run a stand on the ground
and have for sale all kinds of Florida
curios and photographs of Florida
seenery. As Mr. MacKenzie will do innch
toward bringing manny now visitors to
Daytona it is no more than right that
persons interested should give him all
the aid and encouragement posailble. I
During his absence Mrs. MameKnzie will
have charge of his Daytona st -ie.
FOUGHT FOR HIS LIFE.
My father and sister both died of con-,
anImption." writes J. T. Wentherwax, of'
Wyandotte. Mii.h.. and I was saved from
the same frightlul fate only by Dr. King's
New Dii.overy. Anattackof pn'uinotina
left an obstinate cough and very Fvere,!
lung trouble. whiah aln pxecelhnt dort, r:
could not help; but a few month's ue of
this wonderful medicine made inm asm w i ll
as ever and I gained much in weight."'
Infalliblefor conghs.colds, and all throat
and lung troubles. Trial bottles frne.
Guaranteed bottles .*Oc. and $1.00at Dr.
J'. M. Sones'.







'I Bwm of aM der wistrs tto el




AM SHIP CO.
ah Line."





r .s @ -


izt of fod, p

antof t W digod or pWetly 4 to
od a ad tden of ble C-labiCa'o
StomaMebh ad uLrw Tablt s aay 'the
di-terbeams of the stomach sad cIste
a hsMathy appetite. They aIo to Tup
the liver to a healthyaction and mnlate
the bowels. Try thm and you anre e
taia to be much pleased with the teult.
For sale by al druggists.

DYSPEPTICIDE
Th7e greeWll M to DIGEST IOM
Thou. Maple, Birkbek, Ill.. writes: "I
had a very bad cas of kidney trouble
and my back pained mewI could not
straighten up. The doctor's treatment
did me no good. Saw FOLEY's KaNszy
Cumm advertised and took one bottle,
which cured me and I have not been af-
fected since. I gladly recommend this
remedy." Dr. J. M. Jones.
Six M on Boxes a Year.
In r895, none; in 1900oo, 6,ooo,ooo
boxes; that's Cascarets Candy Ca-
thartic's jump into popularity. The
people have cast their verdict. Best
medicine for the bowels in the world.

-
&alM 60 YEAR


TOMwnuMm"


ham hoee, ,
fashio aM fey Isie eM
tat combiw do a
dots, electric skips or f -
hide. in fancy reilSwUdka i
swainlem, double sol, toeandi-1d Il
double heel. They sa d.e a-rr
guaranteed to give thr t mth WM
of any other hqSit0 hea.2 l la O
dein's, with elastie top WdoebuboMl
heel and toe, plaiw or ribAed, Ime, md
um or heavy quality, gI asfted at
color, and warranted not to crek. The
rntail value of thee& bow is i. perpair.
We will not send more ta4 ppilrof
n'ach ladies' or children's hboe to oo pep.
'con. A trial wear of these will cai
you of their merits. Fore0 eats we wm
w d ostpaid, one trial pair of o Is.
dies fin.- silk how, inm hadm of peik,
gold, white, bimrk, blue, ew ial ee Iv-
mnder. Thi is a special trW ofer. I
you ere not sntipled wth teIM after
ti ial mcar we will refund yh r money. If
you aire pkawed with themana wih mor
insist on your local dealer m
for you, and insist on bm ettt oLr
Empire brand hoiery. Write m tA.
wrentioning this paper, tWihk ris
liniit.d. A titfil i 2 teliag
l:ow our hosiery is made, aaikd w e to
you on request. Address this way,
EMPIRIC KTNIXOn MuLS,
IOU and 108 Fulton Street,
47 New York City.


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Nothing has ever been produced to
equal or compare with TABLs D'S BUCK-
EYE I'ILI OINTM:NT as a curative and
healing apptlk-ation for Piles Fissures,
blind aind bleeding, external or internal,
ami itching and bleeding of the Rectum.
The rclm f is Immediate and cure infallible.
l'ri<.''. 0 (ct., in bottle; tubes, 75 cts. For
.-nl. liy lDr. J. M1. Jonvs. 4
Esuuesee UoTw W3b csemsU
NO.S&. 0.. QO ii, dr- s .mimmw


Tri- Weekly Sailings
I:ETWE.EN
JACKSONVTT-T E and NEW YORK.
Calling at ('Clarl ston. S. ('., both ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS '11 THE COASTWISE SERVICE.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Dirct Se-rvioe lt wetn
JACKSONVILLE, BOSToN AND PROVIDENCE,
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
Ca0l:"n- it ('hdrlet,,n' Both WVays.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAJUN0S.
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Northbound ...........from foot Catherine street, Jacksonville

CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINE.
(De'laBry Line)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
STOIPPING. AT PALATKA. AS.'I'(R.. ST. FRANCI.S. BIERSEFORD, (DELAND)
BLI E SPRIlNG and Intern.-1litc Landings on ST. .1i1INS RIVER.
STEAMER "City of Jacksonville,:
CAP'T. \V. A. SHAW.,
IS AI'P'OINTE;) Tl) SAIL AS FOLLOWS:
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Leaves Sanford 9:30 a. m.. Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays.


SouthboundI Northbound
Read down SCHEDULE Read up
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to Savannnah.


THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships frem :SAVANNAH. Four
SAILINGS EACH WEEK to NEW YORK MAKING CLOSE
Connections withiNew York and Boston Ships On Bound Lines-
All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedults.
Write for general information, sailing w-hedules. stateroom reservation or call aon
W. H. PLESEANTS. WALTER HAWKINS,
Traffic Manager, Gen'l Agt. Traffic Department.
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. IIAGERTY. East'n Pa-. A..Lent. IF M. I ONMONG(ER, JR., F. P. A.,
19) Stae St.. N, w a-rk. -'tI W st iSay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
THOS. D. IIALEY, Local Frt. At. 1'. 1 tst. Fla. npt.
Fout Ilogaaut., Ja(-ksonvill-. I-',at lhg;nii St.. Jarkaonville.
: .NO. L. IIOVWARI), Sti.-riintendl.nt,
Foot ligan St.. .I,.ksonvillp.
ThEO. 0. EAGER, W1i. P. CLYDE A CO.,
General Mana.er. (General Azenta,
Cmesbrough Building. 19 State St., Opposite Battery Park, Now York.


scours


EMlULSHIN

is a food medicine for the
jay that is thin and not
nourished and for the
mother whose nA does
not nourish t ab

or i who thin andwl

Shr food; aSofor the
tanuic or consumptive
Iad It that I losing l h



mid asengkh |mm
In fWct. for donditosM
of wasting it is the food
medicine that will nourish
andboldupthe bodyand
gWe new Ofe and energy
when al-other means fail.
Sao taken I sMMer as
weIl as wlfter.
o. oandio. al drnggsat.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New Yor


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C.~aad Nzic


The eesans avmy queer peopk
Sifog in the valey of the Oelerade
ver, partly i Lower California and
w rt to Mexico, have Just bete
1 ft t light by Professor W. J.
Meoes, the well know ethnologist of
N ew lrrk, mays The Herald of that
elty. He aa Just returned from am
l- i 106ag visalttaeong them. He Is
the i st daeltlfr ms who ham studied
St-m and ted their remarkable es-
tOeM. P'rofesor McGee msid:
"ClOsslg the Mexkian boundary at
Sb De DPlango, we struck out as dt-
leetly as Iaght be for the Tepoka
esiatry. 150i miles tlI4o. The next
water was Quitobac. a Papago vIT-
leW 5 ma e distant, and thl we
u nEd warm mineral springs." Thirty
m as B artter southward we found Co-
m a, nsetber village of the Papagoes.
Thea we passed on to a little stamp
M knaows as Las Tajita, and from
these to Caborea, the westernmost
tow of the river of northern Bonora.
Hews aa Rio 8an Ignacio or Rio
Alar. 9 ai
Sa ie oka Indlans
w re s 1 extant 80 miles down on
5 the gat f California coast. So I now
pI bsd down into their alleged country
biy tar days' r" ney. I found re-
lIet their huts and some accumu-
lateM t shells and from what I saw
uslgpy galmted that the Tepokas
st W be been extinct or have de-
pastod ten years ago. We then re-
tmned to Santo Domingo.
"We next struck westward along the
boe-dary line, taking the old Yuama
trial, the ancient highway of communl-
eatiae between Mexico and C(alifornia.
We were now faced by a 90 mile Jaunt
SwMibut A epot which offered water.
Halt the distance was over exceedingly
eavy sadL and a quarter was over
v lme fews. We had three succes-
she dyT eamps, and It was noon of the
fIsth day before we struck water. It
happened os be humid and stormy, and
wr blankets were wet the whole dis-
team. Two days and another dry
eamp bright as to Yuma. at the afflu-
ense of the Colorado and (illa. We out-
Stted and wet down the Colorado 70
muel by road to a place sometimes
eaed Ooloela ferdo. where the Cocope
people live.
The Cocopas greitly surprised me.
Living so near to the gulf. I supposed.
of course. that they were fishing peo-
plo I found them essentially agricul-
tual. They were cultivating corn.
beams peas and equasbes and were bar-
vesting ive different kinds of grasses


CutrA WlUc.
for their seeds. They bad located their
little farms according to the caprice of
the goods, frequently occurring In this
valley. They professed to be strongly
inimical to the Mexican government
and to be anxious to emigrate to the
United States.
"TIe Cocopes are generally of fine
physique. The men are tall and robust.
I measured one and found him to stand
6 ftet 3. Their skins are dark. They
have very target feet. notable for the
fact that the middle toes are Invariably
the longest. I saw the big fellow
wdoms I measured run barefooted oeer
a path of sharp stubble left by stalks
of the eat tall flag which bad been
burned. He was bunting wild bogs.
and ble feet were not hurt In the least.
It was common to see the men come to
our campfire and poke the coals with
their naked toes. One fellow had thus
burned all of hit toe nails black. al-
though his feet were otherwise unin-
j oed. The toes of these people are re-
merkable also on account of their nim-
blenesa. I saw one man plek up a red-


M fway. mI

s Me


eme of the tr hisassesa eatn
a*r lef t ab to a ertmm pepoe.
fteft nto "e elesossm of a relatlem
A fp st a a e to the deMaed. If thi
AM ialdd be po ofrpe ,ty. It
Sgte. away to the different members
oa the tw0 t but meyer to bis relative.
Thdis 1 a lever device to prevent a
mflty dispute as to ownership of aay
at the property. Many primitive peo-
ple bave taken such precaution against
the possible division of a. bowsebold
agalan Itself. as, for Instance, the
motterin-law taboo of certain Indian
tribes. Th prevents any exchange of
vweer sad any association whatever
between mother-in-law and hild-ln-
law.
"These people are ostensibly monoga
moua. Of their polygamy. in which


witinfimU.


COCOPA BRAVK
state they formerly lived openly, there
are yet tsaces, kept in the background
out of deference to the Mexican law.
"They hare prescribed a strange or
deal which must be undergone lby ev-
ery Cocopa girl before she c*an be con
sldered to be marriageable. When she
Is ready to take a husband, a bole Is
dog in the ground, and In ft is built a
Are, kept burning until the surrounding
earth has been thoroughly warmed.
The fire is then extinguished and the
bride elect placed in the pit. She Is
buried to her neck. and in this condi-
tion Is left standing overnight. After
being dug out the next morning she is
ready for the conoublal state.
"Each Cocopa family Is bound by a
strict law pertaining to property rights.
Strictly domestic property belong to
the woman, farmstead property to the
man.
"During my stay among them the Co-
copas had a great feast out in the ex-
treme northwestern part of their terri- I
tory at a point 75 miles from Colonia !
IArdo. I contemplated attending this
jolllfceation. but changed my mind. nnd
later had reason to he thankful that I
had thus reconsidered. One of the tribe
committed a depredation, for which
three of the Mexican rural police un-
dertook to arrest him. His companions
rescued him and tore the policemen ut-
terly to pieces. The Mexicans will. of
course, punish the (ocopas for this. al-
though the latter are many hundreds
of miles distant from civilization. The
penalty for their crime will probably
be the furtlihr reduction of their num-
her by from a dozen to a score of
souls."
RHmor the Tyrnut.
Nothing keeps the man so content aS
the maintenance of his dignity as head
of te house. No matter bow simple
the home, the wise wife makes her
husband feel that there bd Is master,
that his convenience and happiness are
there of chief account. He may be
hustled about In his contact with life
outside, but there let bim feel that be
Is a perou whose Importance and abill-
ties are believed In.
Many a man of genuine authority
outside of his home has lost heart and
pole because authority was denied him
at home. Many a man of small ac-
count among his fellows has gathered
strength and power from the atmos-
pbere thrown about him in his home.
To feel himself deferred to and con-
aldered is tonic to the weak soul. And
the wise wife studies her husband and
plans to make for him just that home
atmosphere that most thoroughly will
tend to the support of his personality.-
New York World.


Father Too Sharp.
The Kansas City Star tells an amus-
ing story of a "well known man of
letters" who was staying at a primitive
botel In Normandy. With him was a
young friend.
One morning the elder visitor ad-
dressed the host as follows:
"You would oblige me by making
your charges as low as possible for my
young colleague. He Is not a rich
man."
The landlord, delighted with the
presence In his bouse of the man of re-
nown. promised to have due consider-
ation for the purse of his younger
guest. But In a few days afterward
the famous author came to him again.
saying:
"By the way. don't let my bill be
bigger than that of my young friend.
It would humiliate him. Boys like
that are so extremely touchy."

Prl4erer' Ink.
To doubt the efficacy and proit of
newspaper advertising is to deny the
value of son intelligent and enterprising
salesman and to afirm that sales can-
not be promoted by judicious talk.-
Philadelphla Record.


The t P ot M..h hsay
lOMe: '*-'
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fi mi t M ay 7 .


Ms uBL E'UtM isrL
GEKERAL A -0MLYT. Of C -M1 LJAD
PRABBY1U CBeURMCI
Wet Ptlat., aIE.. May I to 31.
One fan for the wsA% trip. TIckets to be
old Way 14 to 17 Icelasive, with nan mntair
limit may 27.
GEL EAL A86MBLY OF THE PRUBTf-
IIAN CHURCH OF THE UNITED STATU.
Little Roe'kArk, May WtI 3.
One fare for the routed trip. Ticket to be
sold May 14. 15 and IS, with fisal return limit
June 1.
UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS' RIE-
MemhiMs, Tenn., May s to 0.
One cent p.r mile. Tlekets to bo ield May 0,
Sand 27, Ulted June 4, but may by deposit,
etc., be extended to June 19
ANNUAL CONVENTION NATIONAL TRAV-
ELERs PROTECTIVE A880CIATION OF
AMKRIOA.
Richmond. Va.. July 3 to 8.
(one fare for the round trip. Tickets sold
July 1, 2 and 3, with final limit eight days from
date of sale.
MONTEAOLE ASSEMBLY. BIBLE SCHOOL.
One fare for the roatd trip. T etels to be
sold July 1, 2 and S, with al return limit Au-
guslt 5.
INTERNATIONAL CB3UTIAN ENDEAVOR
CONVENTION.
cLiueinati, 0.. July 6 to 10.
One fare for the round trip. Tickets t be
sold July 4, 5and 6, wkh final limit to return
July 14, but extealon of return limit will be
permitted to September I by depositing tick-
et I. etc.
NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION


MEETING. -

One fare for the round tt lp plus 2 member.
ship fee. Tickets to be sold July i, 6 and 7,
but extension of limit to Septembet 1 may be
be obtained by depositing ticket, etc. Sale of
tickets will be so regulated as to require pre-
bentation at Ohio River Gateways uot earlier
than July 6. or later than July N.
NATIONAL CONVENTION EPW()RTI(
LEAGUE.
SanFrancisco. Cal.,Jmtdy lb to 21.
Very low rates. Tickets to be sold July to
12 ticlusive, but passengers must reach San
Francisco not later than July Il, with tinal re-
urn limit Auigumt .;1.
CHRISTIAN WORKERd' ASSEMBLY.
Montreal, N, C.. July I1 to August 4.
Oune and one-third fares to Black Mountain,
N. C. Ticket to be sold July *U, &I aid 24,
with final return limit August h.
ANNUAL MEETINGi GRAND IA)IDGtK. B P. O.
ELKa,.
.Milwaukee. ,i iso., July !1 to *:.
One fare for the round trip plus $2. also .'
for execution of re uru portion of ticket. Tick-
vts to 1ie Mold July 2., *l and with final limit
July 2N.
INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION BAPTIST
YOUNG PEOi'LE' UNION OF AMERItCA.
Chicago. III., July 25 to t>.
One fare for the round ti ip. Tickets to be
sold July 22, 2< and 24. with flual limit July 1,
which may by'.deposit, etc be extended to
August 24.
MONTEAGItt ASSEMBLY. SUNDAY S:lIOO1
INSTITlTE
Monteale. Teun., August 12 to 23.
(Oie tare for the round trip. T-ickets to be
sold August 10. 11 and 12, with tinal return lim-
it August a5.
TRIENNIAL ONLAVE,.KNIGIITB MPLAR
Louisville, Ky., Aueust 27 to 30.
One fare for rouud trill, Tickets wni be sold
August 24. 25,,26, 27 aid 2.A. with final return
limit ttcitember 4. But by depositing ticket,
etc., rate limit may le extended to Sept. 18.
NATIONAL MENTAL SCIENCE ASSOCIA-
TION.
Seabreeze (Daytor ta. Pla., Novvemnlr 2h.
One fare for the rount tripr. Tickets to be
sold November 25, 24; and 21, from Florida
iboints. with final limit December 15i.
When ticket are deposited at destinationa
for extension 4 of Ilhi ts. :i fe 't of tifty ''enrit i
u.i-ally charged.
umlncer excursions rate- to mountain. lake
anmd ea.-hore reports will btcomne teflt-tive Juine
1to amd will l iinaugu rated later.
Further ilf.rminatioi., including folders of
tile I'laHnt i lemni amid eonuec(tig ligiit, will be
he.l'rfu 1a am iisilbt-el upon application t li the-
unh.iel-iguit'a. B \%. W RthNN,
l'aVi, Trtifle Mgr. -.Mvaeiaaali.
F. 1. 1JOLlLY,
ll\ l's--. Act. ..ttIntk-'nvill .


Wine Making in Portugal.
In great emergency when all
the men are demanded in the vine.
yards, women are called to assist
in wine treading. Our correspon-
dent saw young women wear.
ing their own garments which they
skilfully gather up around them
until they assume the biggest and
most abbreviated of Dutchman's
britchen" costumes, while in the
winery.
THIS 18 A SCENE IN THE VILLAGE O'r
QUINTAS. PORTUGAL


An improved method of mash-
ing b machinery is adopted
it the pr owe Grape VMMs,
PASSAIC, N.J.
by which a barrel of grapes a
minute is dumped in the hopper,
that feed two large rubber rollers,
between which the grapes are
crushed.
Tbo Peor Wlse from Speer*Vlmeyarde
beats the world for its valuable
medicinal qualities. None put
on the market now,until nine years
old. Weakly persons, Invalids,
Females, and Aged persons,
should always have a bottle in the
house. If properly used it will
restore health and prolong life. It
is by all odds the Wine for wed-
dings, social entertainment and
family use.
mOLD T DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS WHO
DEAL IN HIGH GRADE WINES,


of theumt. A

amd raw
heart ioift k dgo" it I
mtroag. Bld pthe W i
.ad -.= nm ui w-
thegroet of an heat ino-
&i* Dr. Miles' Hert Cure


A.W4


Oran Ce N.-
Mliii --A-I.- e
thasuagh ims al


Heatt Cate


iatP its pulsation m d
up its strength a nothing eke
can. Sold by dragis on a
guarantee.



Guarneed $900
Salary Yearly.
Men and women of good address to tepre-
s( othtr for local work looking ater ia-
ferec.tN 900s lary guaranteed yr8y; ez-
tram iomtngi~siionq and expenses, rapdace
olel eptahlished house. Grand chance lm
earnest man or woman to secure pleasant,
pernimanent poitlon. liberal inceome md fI-
tare. New. brilliant lines. Write atosM.
STAFFORD PRESS. New twes, C.am.

WANTED.
Reliable man for manager of Branch
Office we wish-to open in this vicinity
If your record s0 O. K. here is an oppor-
tunity, Kindly give good referee when
writing. THE A. T. MORRIS WHOLE-
SALF R USE, Cincinatti, Ohio. Illus-
trated catalogue 4 eent stamps.


S. J. MEADOR.


BOOT and SHOE MAKER.


-Harnews Repairing a specialty.-
North Beac-hSt., next to Tea Pot Grocery


Daytona Ice Co.
WM. WKCin.. Manager.


PURE ICE

Made from Distilled Water.


Magmnolia AvenWAUe dad Raild

P. C. COUNT,
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER.
AWRepairing neatly done. Cottage
A ve., near Beach St., Daytona, Fla.

OCEAN HOUSE,
F. W. SAMS, *- Prpritor
Rates: $2 and Upward; Special to
Regular Boarders.
WN.W SMYRNA. FLORIDA

N. ERICKSON, -


Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.


l)oomr and Window Srepens. Picture
Mouldings made to order. All kinds of
Furniture Repairing doneon short notice
iat niusonablle prie-w.

Cottage Avenue. DAYTONA, FLA.


"Yankee Doodle"


4 Fs 'w t lUt~b..Lunch for


I'harter to any Point.


McCOY BROTHERS,
<.NRAlI)' DOCK.
DAYTONA, rLORIDA.


Thompson, *a Tn...

Iligh Grade Tailoring a Speeiolty.
Snita made to order for $18 and
up; Pants for $4 and upwards.
Cleenifg and Reparie i t Rmeangm tms.

CI'ttage Ave.. rear of City Hotel.
DAYToNA, FLORA.


No. 4 I No.
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4:10 ab 5 pmiA
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10 pm 1:980 am Ar.......
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Northmwes
No. 8-DAY ]OP Sawi
woivilfr ande(fago as ~ k11iw


All 0essdie mpyi~q~Malg~Ut swg
montpa m atm 49P44 Is iskbsmvm in am my W 1118W

J. C. JHAMM, Gemmeal Aasmpo% 8soam



NASHVILLCKATTkSA*STS



Western Atldanti a*a


DIXIEIE FLYER RCP JT"Ir

DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS TO
NASHVIVISIM.in,


Owrpi~g krogh Plluass VAaW Buuffet
Lo*V tlie a mLCi..without ',Aedmgg


Choice ofkuPAWA6


For information relative to rate, selhdule, etc., or for sleeper i
C. E. HARMAN, fGe. Pae AgMlt, TOM M. DOYLI
Atlanta, Ga.ma
H. F. SMITH, Trafi Ma ar, N T



PLANT SYSTEn|
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The Great Through Oar Line from

CONNECTIONS. 8.

E Atlantit Coo"tS Iwy, via hauu
TO.THE East snd Wt



TO THE We WN HA

TMob=le Mol. R.R a. o.va

TO THE astV avanas Oad OeamM ti
V New York, Piladulphia Bteand BoMiMto,
tatm eo mpaa cr Baltimore.
TO KEY WEST AND HAVA
VIA PENINSULA an O(XlDjNiTAL STEAMSHIP 60
To NvAtla.e ua. m P M le M d Via B Bas
iAt. ie and Pant Samhp Line for Halifax, Hawkhos5i

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WINTrEl ROURIST TrCKC
winl be onn et.Iut the oth a" Sw
all Florida uw. 1 the l. nt smn an 1o90i.
ret.d with ldarsi o Florida.
Of partinIthe North egott d ag
wior matlna nor.5" am hima ad iartensg metOr. a
F. M.. t a s ast :osD**ite, vi sn-
y, vi Pamg-r Aget,18 West Bay St-, Jae
W. B. DENHAMGnapritn, B. W. W.RENN,
.avannah W, WREa-8a--
I 'b


Vloria East Coast

Bottling C0mpany.


Nam Won~, of Hlab Grade Sods Wago--I
CrMMamad "Wei r snnMaltim.


All orders pem. M-, "-"rj'-' -
OFFICE oadeB --s -,LI lud. Write for prices.
Eand TLING WORKE-VItlia Ave., netr F. E C.


J. P.THOMAS ,


Proprietor.


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