THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS, MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1915.
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WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 18, 19 AT 1:30 P. HI.
FREE BOAT RIDE
Leaving Rambler Dock, Daytona and Daytona Beach, 1 p. m. Hear Gaffney Brothers, (he twin auctioneers, sell Ike same lot at the
same time from the same wagon, speaking in the same tone of voice.
TERMS: One-quarter cash, balance one, two and three years, 10 per cent, discount or 6 per cent interest. .
Presents, Money and a Free Lot Given Away Daily
BRASS BAND HOURLY
Allendale Has Everything Daytona Has, But Street Cars and High Prices
The Street Cars we have assured. The high prices we give you in profits. Every Lot Sold with the
of resale at 25 per cent profit in 18 months. THINK IT OVER.
PROPERTY BACKED UP BY MEN WHOSE NAMES SPELL "SUCCESS"
FRED. N. CONRAD, Merchants Bank CORNELIUS CHRISTIANCY, Land Developer
BERT FISH, DE LAND, Lawyer M. E. FREEMAN, Secretary, Daytona
CALL FOR BOOKLET-OFFICE BOARD OF TRADETWO DOORS WEST OF POSTOFFICE
TOM BOWMAN LOT SALE COMPANY, Sales Agents, Huntington, W. Va.
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INVENTOR OF FAMOUS GUN
Life of a Flea.
Socrates asked how far a Ilea could
jump, but the length of his life is more
Important than the length of his Jump.
It Is Important because lleas are bear
ers and disseminators of vurious para
sites; thus, the rat-flea of i.icjia is the
bearer of the plague microbe. The
Ilrltlsh rat flea usually passes through
its development cycle in two or three
weeks; In ten days In warm, damp
weather, flautier and Raynaud kept
one alive on human blood fur '.todays.
Another lived for 41 days in an Ice
chamber without feeding. J)r. Wil
liam Nicoll finds that a rat flea can
live on an average about a week apart
from its host. The period of survival
Is longer at low temperature and in
the light; It Is shortened by excess
of dryness or by excess of moisture.
I Very Important, however, is the dis
covery that the larvae and pupae may
survive in infected material (grain,
pawdust, bnishings and so on) for sol
l long as a year.
Beach St., Opposite Yacht Club
Bicycles and Invalid
For Sale or Rent.
Tirea and Acceasoriea
Repairing a Specialty
"ii Saint t'laire Devllle, inventor
tlie famous French 75-millimeter
A liack rest for motorcyclists, to be
'-"iixl around the waist from the
liars of a machine, is an Kng-
Colors and Moods.
T'M'plo to whom certain colors rep
f ?m;nds or emotions have long
l.iiiehi-d at, but scientilic work
f- :!i's rays is proving them to
: i-t jiioation for thf lr theories.
"! ir appears, is the most exciting
J'in;ij;ating of all colors and has
fF'-cia! effoct on the activity of the
which so many people in
' r f great nervous strain and ten-
'! soothing, is to in reality
vu are in a depressed and
' f r-, ol y state sea-blue curtrins at
iroom windows have a benefl-
I She Meant Rurrers, Not Roomera.
j Two women met nn n street car and
I began to discuss a ihlrd acquaintance
J who Is a noted gossip. I just passed
! Mrs. Ulank downtown," said the first,
i "She looks rather jaded I didn't know
until you told me the other day that
; she took In room rs." The other worn
I an's eves twinkled "You did not get
the point." she replied I told you she
took in rumors." There was a pause
for this to be grasped, then she con
cluded: "Arid these who spend their
time taking in rumors generally de
light in letting them out again."
't. especially if ycu face south
- 'he morning sun. Color. In
' ' t'riallv )n flower, has an n
';: ;ar effect on the mental condi--he
sirht of crimson, pink and
' ' rhododendrons growing in
J'T' fcir has a curiously uplifting
Rob Roy at the Last.
Some of the most fastidious literary
critics have su'cumlied to the spell of
the Waverly novels. Oliver Wendell
Holmes, visiting I.o.v !I shortly before
the latter died, inquired how he felt.
"I don't know how 1 am." was the re
ply, "and I don't can I'm reading
Rob Roy." O. R. Wnahlcs. too, was
found reading Rrib Roy within an hour
of his death Writi-.t' to a friend
fron t.yni'hurr-t. !.esli ,t phen fells
him: "We are here in the middle of
the New Fernet ckse to Ruf is' death
place. and by rressin the road I get
to the first seme in Ivanhoe the best
beginning of a novl ever written, I
A Winter Paradise
Quaintly Foreign and Mediaeval
and Fascinatingly Tropical In All
It Salient Characterlttlca.
Invites You to Extend
Your Visit to its Hos
A trip through Cuba Is a uscces-
lon of delightful vletaa and In.
terestlng towns and cities served
by fast modern trains made up
of comfortable electric-lighted
coaches and cool and commodious
The United Railways of Havana
and the Cuba Railroad have ar"
ranged a great variety of Inter.
eting excursions to
Santa Clara Isle of Pines
Camaguey Santiago de Cuba
Guantanamo (U. S. Naval
and many other points of Interest
Reasonable Hotel Rates
at All These Points
Splendid Modern Hotels Operated
.the-CubJ Ra"road Company at
CAMAGUEY (Hotel CamagSey)
SANTIAGO (Hotel Casa Granda)
Ask for beautiful Illustrated book
tVii d.e"Sr'.p,,vf . ,he "ov. at nS.
genera"? ' ,nd t,eket ome
line stationery at LeSesne's
PHYSICIAN aad SURGEON
SOUTH BEACH 8T.
10 U a, m.; i to 3 p. m,; 6:3o
to 7:30 erenlng.
One cn the Census Taker.
The family was a big one, and the
census taker had been obliged to make
a Ior.g tall in order to get the neces
sary data. And he had to ask a great
many questions. little Althea had
listened with burning indignation in
her breast for what she considered his
unwarranted questions; but she kept
quiet until, ju.-t a? he was vanishing ;
' out of the door, she could contain her- i
self no longer, and she burst out with.
j "Say, what did you ask so many ques
tions for, you old cur-I-os-trich?" 1
Superb and Fast Service
EVERY AY(EXTCEPT SUNDAY
P. & 0. S. S. CO.
The City of Eternal Charm
rate In the world demonstrably
In a class by Itself In tha matter
of health and sanitation. m"er
A Winter Paradise
Just Received a Fresh
Jones Dairy Farm
Bacon, Lard, Buckwheat
A smart line of traveling
Hats at moderate
15 VOLUSIA AVENUE.
Sold, Rented and Repaired
TIRES and ACCESSORIES
FIRST CLASS BICYCLES
Rented by Hour, Day or Weak
5 MAGNOLIA AVE.
Phone 77 Green
fOAf.HF Qf FFDHT riDC ran crmriniivif T
illy JjlZZ . ill! ZTn yP3LieyAliUJ AKS. DINJVri CARS.
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A, 138 We.t Bay Street. J.ek,nvlll., Fla.
. mnb, o. P. A, HIILbor, Hotel. Tomp., FIfc
W. D. STARK, T. P. A Dayton. Dally Now, Bid Daytona, Fla.
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