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THE DAYTONA DAILY NIWi, WEDNESDAY, MARCH W. CLARENDON DAILY NEWS A DEPARTMENT DEVOTED TO NEW8 OF THE CLARENDON HOTEL. SEABREEZE, FLORIDA. PUBLI8HED EVERY DAY BY THE DAYTON A DAILY NEW i j Most Desirable Building Lots in Seabreeze for prices ranging from $300.00 up SEE AGENTS OR LAUGHLIN SEABREEZE NO MORE GRAPEFRUIT FOR MANAGER ROBINSON Wiluert Robinson, manager of the Brooklyn Superbas, has developed a great dislike for grapefruit, since he was rendered helpless by being hit with one tossed from Ruth Law's aeroplane. A baseball was to have been thrown out of the machine, as it passed over the ball park, but the party selected to do do the trick forgot the ball and substituted a grapefruit. When Robinson saw the sphere coming down, he thought 1'. was a lemon, and proceeded to "nail" it. The vetran catcher misjudged the fruit, and instead of catching it in his "mits," it walloped him on the arm, leaving a "yellow streak" on Robin- ! son that will take sometime to wear i off. If there is any thing that the old manager despises worse than a yel low streak, Its a grapefruit. SERVIAN PATROL ON RIVER SAVE Just received a large variety IMPORTED CIGARS FROM ESTABROOK & EATON BOSTON Clarendon Drug Store UNDER THE ARCH FOR Auto Service Call 134-Blue HIT & THOMPSON IN CONNECTION WITH CLARENDON HOTEL Mosquitoes Near Pole. The presence of mosquitoes in myri adB within the bare, uninhabitated arctic circle Is surely in some degree a mystery. The mosquito is a blood- ! sucker, but in these universal plains ; he is for the most part and of strict necessity a vegetarian. , A few birds excepted (and the birds are furnished with impervious feathers) there is no ! local life whatever. The Lapp in sum mer drives his reindeer to the sea, and no native crosses the field if he can help it. Yet in this region, ! "seemingly the most unsuitable for i its effective working," the mosquito flourishes, "a primeval and enduring curse, inexplicably developed to its i utmost." KsMIiliMMli INSTRUCTOR CHRISTIE MAKES DISCOVERY Instructor Christie of the Clarendon golf club believes he has discovered material for a great golf player In the person of Wilbert Robinson, manager of the Brooklyn Superbas. He may not enter the professional class this year, but with practice. Is sure to develop something out of the ordinary as a golfer. Only yesterday the Brooklyn manager won a wager of a large juicy grapefruit by making the course in 41. The wind was blow ing a gale, which seriously lnterferred with play, and had it not been for this drawback, Mr. Robinson's score would undoubtedly have been con siderably lower. ENJOYED LUNCHEON AT THE BIG HOTEL MONDAY Among those who took luncheon at Hotel Clarendon on Monday were Francis P. Conroy and Charles W. Richardson, of Jacksonville. They spent the day sight-seeing In Daytona and on the peninsula. Get your Oranges and Grape fruit at Nordman's Point Grove on Daytona-New Smyrna Road. Tourist box and retail trade a specialty. I do my own packing. Friendship It Not Blind. In friendship we see only those faults which may be prejudicial to our friends, while in love we discern no faults but those by which we our selves suffer. La Bruyere. Servians patrolling the River Save near Belgrade, close to a bridge broken by the Austrian sun Ore. CLARENDON RIDING STABLE IS WELL PATRONIZED Frank Ennis, riding instructor at the Clarendon stable, is kept pretty busy these days teaching beginners the art of horseback riding. His patrons, however, are not all amateurs, and many of those who aro seen riding in the vicinity of the big hotel spend much of their time in the saddle every day. Some of the best patrons of the Clarendon stable are Mrs. Briggs, Miss Don, Mrs. Kellogg and Mr. Oreenbaum, all of whom are exceptionally good riders. The Dally Newt, 15c per week. First Gum In England. When Edward IV returned to Eng land In 1471, ten years after he suc ceeded to the throne, he obtained some forces from his brother-in-law, the duke of Burgundy, including 300 Flemings armed with hand guns, thus being the first to introduce these weapons into England. Afterward they became common. At first they were fired by the application of a lighted match to the powder by the hand. The match was a wick lighted and pressed against the powder in the pan. The invention of a lock to fire the powder in place of the hand was suggested by the trigger of the crossbow. The matchlock fired the arquebus, or harquebus, used by the soldiers of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, in projecting a ball which weighed near ly two ounces. The Grill All Delicacies of the Market The Turkish Bath Dept. Hot Salt Baths Hotel CTajremdloini The Surf Bath Stalls The Golf Course One of the Best The Saddle Horse Dept The Bowling Alleys and Pool and Billiards DOWNING BOSTON Hats and km HOTEL CLARENDON for the Season Branch Shop: 125 S. Ridgtwood Av Daytona, opp. Ridgewood Hold ' VISIT BOTH SHOPS Joseph Scher - Are showing new models in Suits of Bernard, Drecoll and Beer, can be copied in any nature of material in short notice of two days. BEACH CORNER VOLL'SIA Daytona, Florida R. A. Moghabghab ANNOUNCES Clearing Out Sale of his entire stock This end-of-the season offer ing will include choice Negligees, Jabots, Bags, Flowers, Neckwear, Table Decorations, Dress Pat terns, Jewelry, and the hansomest variety of Bohemian, Filet and Point Venice Laces AT Hotel Clarendon ! .. ' iaaMaMaiaMam FOR INVESTMENT FOR DEVELOPMENT 6560 Acres of Cut Over Pine Land IPeir Acire rj This property lies seven miles west of New Smyrna, on the Orange City branch of the Florida East Coast Railway, which cuts through one corner of it, and parallels it for three and a half miles. The County road from New Smyrna to DeLand splits it through the center for four miles, same is being hard surfaced now. About two thousand acres is prarie land, balance cut over pine, and no better trucking or fruit land can be found in Florida. The drainage is perfect as it lies 22 1-2 feet above tide water, which hits it on the north. The lands in the adjoining section have sold from $25.00 to $50.00 per acre, and prosper ous farms are located on them. The owner of the land has been holding for $8.50 but is forced to realize quickly, and will sacrifice at above figure. I would prefer to show this land to someone who knows values when he sees them, and it will take only a few hours to demonstrate it. One-half cash, balance your own time at six per cent P TALK TO LEIDERSDORF l TELEPHONE 262-RED ARCADE BUILDING r BIG OPPORTUNITY FOR PROFIT - , ' t 1