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THE OAYTONA DAILY NEW8, MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1915.
CLARENDON DAILY HEWS
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A DEPARTMENT DEVOTED TO NEWS OF THE CLARENDON HOTEL.
for prices ranging from
SEE AGENTS OR
LATE ARRIVALS AT
Late arrivals at the big hotel on
the ocean front Include many prowi
ncnt people from all parts of the
country. Those who registered Sun
day were Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Otis, Jr.,
New York city; D. D. Sawdey, Erie,
Pa.; John J. Bushman, Iirooklyn, N.
Y.; Edwin B. Bacon, Louisville, Ky.;
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Osgood, Norwich,
N. Y.; B. H. Brooks, New York; Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Garlichs, New York; j
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Page, Bristol,!
Conn.; Mrs. C. H. Witty and daughter,
Philadelphia, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. F !
11. Darnell, kaukhkv, rv. uilii-,
Miami; Mr. and Mrs. H. Stacy Hal
com. Buffalo. N. Y.: Anna H. Shaw,
New York; Miss Jane Balcom, Buf-i
falo, N. Y.; Mrs. Florence E. Inman, j
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FUNERAL OF GERMAN PRISONER
Just received a large variety
FROM ESTABROOK & EATON
Clarendon Drug Store
UNDER THE ARCH
MAKE TABLE RESERVATIONS
NOW FOR ST. PATRICK'S NIGHT
The management of Hotel Claren
don suggests that table reservations
for St. Patrick's night be made as
early as possible. Tickets for the ball
will be Issued to dinner guests upon
leaving the dining room, which plan
worked out so successfully at the
George Washington ball. Every effort
is being made by the management of
Hotel Clarendon to make this affair
the greatest social event of the winter
1 i ilr r I
BROOKLYN BALL PLAYERS ARE
PASSENGERS OF RUTH LAW
The following members of the
Brooklyn baseball squad have been
passengers of Ruth Law in her aero
plane, through the courtesy of George
F. Johnson, of Binghamton, N. Y
who foots the bill: Elmer Brown,
Otto Miller, Sherrod Smith, Ed.
Donald, Frank O'Neill, journalist;
Leon Cadore, Wm. Zimmerman, Mack
Wheat, Tom McGuinn, Frank
Kelly, Wilbert Robinson, Gus GeU,
J. C. Schultz, OIlie O'Mara, It. H
Goodbred, Carl G. Whattler, G. M.
Snow, W. Dell and Joe Chabek.
Others who have made recent flights
are, Mrs. Raleigh Aitchison, Miss
Stella M. Griflin and J. H. Rand, Jr.,
the last two being guests at Hotel
Hats and km
for the Season
Branch Shop: 125S.RidjeoodAv
Daytona, opp. Ridgewood Hottl
VISIT BOTH SHOPS
Among these who entertained at
dinner in the grill Sunday night were
Mr. and Mrs. Paul McKeel, J. N.
Robins and R. T. Durrett. The various
parties included guest lists ranging
from six to ten persons.
IN CONNECTION WITH
A Bit to Think About.
I On the doorway of an Italian ca
thedral are three inscriptions. The
first, beneath an arch of roses reads
as follows: "All that pleases is but
for a moment;" the second, beneath
a cross, "All that troubles is but for
a moment;" and under the main arch,
"That only is Important which is eternal."
Get your Oranges and Grape
Nor d man's Point Grove
on Daytona-New Smyrna Road.
Tourist box and retail trade a
specially, i uo my uwu iibukiuk.
At Rnuth-Knd-on-the-Sea. at the mouth of the Thames, large numbers of
captured Germans are kept on liners. The photograph shows the funeral
of one of these prisoners. He was burled with full military honors and the
other prisoners were allowed to act as pallbearers and join in the cortege.
ENJOYED LUNCHEON AT
THE BIG HOTEL SUNDAY
Among those who took luncheon at
Hotel Clarendon on Sunday were Mr.
and Mrs. Peter B. Bogart. Dorothy
J. Bogart and Mrs. F. C. Comstock,
all of whom are from Milwaukee,
Wis., and are at present touring the
south. C. h. Anderson, of Ocala,
Fla., spent Sunday at the big hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ebbets gave a
dinner party to a few of their friends
at Hotel Clarendon on Saturday even
ing, followed by dancing. Mr. and Mrs.
Ebbets had as their guests Mr. and
Mrs. William Klem, Dr. Morrisey and
Sometimes when up ask advice we
Try Thumb Tacks.
If thumb tacks instead of ordinary
tacks are used to fasten white oilcloth
to pantry and cupboard shelf, the oil
cloth may be easily removed when
. A cava'ry regiment was starting for
the front. Just before the column
reached the railway station where
they were to entrain the noisy cheer
ing of the crowd In the street caused
a big bay mare ridden by a weather
beaten sergeant to grow very restive
and troublesome. She reared and
plunged so that her rider was over
heard to remark as he held her firm
ly with one hand and patted her neck
with the other: "lie done, Lucy! Be
done! A little more of this and you
sha'n't go with us at all. I'll leave
you at home, I will."
The Grill All Delicacies of the Market
The Turkish Bath Dept.-Hot Salt Baths
The Surf Bath Stalls
The Golf CourseOne of the Best
The Saddle Horse Dept.
The Bowling Alleys and Pool and Billiards
Are showing new models in
Bernard, Drecoll and Beer,
can be copied in any nature
of material in short notice
of two days.
BEACH CORNER VOLUSIA
Clearing Out Sale
of his entire stock
This end-of-the season offer
ing will include choice
Negligees, Jabots, Bail,
Flowers, Neckwear, Table
Decorations, Dress Pat
terns, Jewelry, and
the hansomest variety oi
Bohemian, Filet and Poiit
A Dollar in the Hand 1$ Worth Two Loaned to a Friend
BUILT OF COQUINA ROCK
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EIGHT ROOMS, SUN PORCH, C
PLETE IN EVERY DETAIL, PLEN
THE LOT HAS AN OCEAN FRO
FEET, WHERE IT HAS A REARAG
THE HOUSE IS NEW, NEVER
TELL YOU HERE WHAT IT IS, BE
WILL SAY, THAT IT IS CONSIDER
BESIDES THE NURSERY, THE
AND AN OCEAN OF WATER TO C
THERE MUST BE SOMEONE
TO FIND THIS PERSON LET ME
MENT FLOORS AND STAIRWAY, MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, COM-
TY OF CLOSETS.
NTAGE OF 129 FEET, RUNNING BACK TO ATLANTIC AVENUE 250
E OF 20 FEET, AND IS LOCATED EAST OF BOSTWICK PARK .
HAVING BEEN OCCUPIED, AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT, TOO. I WON'T
CAUSE I WANT YOU TO SEE IT BEFORE I TIP THAT OFF, BUT I
ABLY LESS THAN THE OWNER HAS BEEN ASKING FOR IT.
RE IS PLENTY OF CLEAN SAND FOR THE CHILDREN TO PLAY IN,
LEAN UP AFTER IT.
IN THIS TOWN WHO WANTS JUST SUCH A PLACE, AND I WANT
SHOW IT TO YOU.