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THE LAND YOU W
IS A SOLID SUCCESS
BECAUSE its owners do not promise more than they
BECAUSE it is by far the most desirable home tract in
or about Daytona.
BECAUSE it is strictly high class property at un
equalled low prices. .
is finding ready purchasers among a good class of
buyers. It has ELEVATION, Location, Continuous
Improvements, River and Ocean Frontage, and is sold
under suitable Restrictions that guarantee a beautitul
It offers everything that
appeals to the prospective
buyer who looks for the best
at easy terms.
Go out and see Ortona.
Boat leaves Donnelly's wharf,
9:30 A. M. and 2:00 P.M.
Round Trip Free.
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HOME HART SCHAFFNEK 4 MARX CLOTHES
saw two more tallies marked up oil
I ho hoard in the 8th Inning. The
southpaw hurler had very good con
trol. Issuing no passes and fanning
two halsmen. Tho Yanks collected
five hlngles off him, Cree getting U
double in the Kth to lead oft with.
"King" Coin, the lean lad of the fan
tastic, delivery, started off for the
Highlanders and olliciated for six
rounds, giving way to "Dutch" lirown,
ON" GOOD AND HARD
IN YESTERDAY'S CAME HIGH
LANDERS EARLY GOT "IN
FRONT" AND STAYED THERE
THROUGH NINE INNINGS.
Taking the lead early in the game
and holdine it safely through several
innings of strenuous baseball, the
NVw York Americans romped off with
the second contest with the Brooklyn
Superbas yesterday afternoon.
The game was replete with features
in the fielding and batting depart
riii'Ms, some spectacular stunts being
pulled, particularly by the visiting
Hughle High robbed Joe Sohultz of
a l it in the very first session when
he gathered In the Teuton's smash
aftw a tough run. During the game he
gobbled up four skyscrapers, a coo
ple of which looked to be almost cer
Cook, in right field for the Yankees,
-a le a throw to the plate in tlie sec
onl that was a wonder. Zack Wheat,
tif first man up for the Superbas in
tUt Inning, had hit safely and ad
var.pod to third on an error and an
out at first. Zimmerman then lifted
a fly to Cook and Wheat started home
after the catch, but Cook shot the
ball to Nunamaker like a bullet, the
throw being made from deep field
and Zack was out by ten feet. It was
a Perfectly executed play and showed
hie league form.
Wheat committed highway robbery
on Nunamaker In the fourth, when he
took the Yankee catcher's drive after
a hard run. It cut off a run, for Mullin
ouid have scored from second had
tie smash gone for a hit.
Fritz Maisel got Into the limelight
to the fifth Inning when he made a
throw of J? !
Sclmlus lightning drive along the
turf. Maisel (love shlewise and
scooped the ball cleanly, making the
throw to first in ample time to get
joe by tnanv feet. Thus was the light
haired third baseman of W' Superbas
robbed of what looked to he two safe
swats during the g;"''- -
(ieorge Cutshaw had a lm uay at i
second, accepting nine chances, in.
allowed Boone's roller to get through
him In the Mb. scoring a runner, but
this was the only miscue credited to
"Wheczer" Dell opened the battle
in the box for the Superbas and
worked five innings. He had two bad
rounds, the second and third, when
w cm II
j Frit, Maisel grabbed off son
hit Cook, both men advancing when I
Mullin went out at first. Miller threw
to third a moment afterward to catch
l'lpp napping, but the ball lilt the tall
first baseman In the back, bounding
Into left field, while Plpp scored.
Cook scored on Boone's single to
center, but the lntter was caught off
first by Dell's quick throw to Daubert.
In tho third the Highlanders added
another tally after two men were
down. Cole and Maisel went out at
first and then High put a single In
left field. Cree drew a pass and Plpp
singled to left, scoring High, when
Wheat let the ball get through IiIb
legs. Cree was out at the plate In an
nttcmpt to score ulso.
Tho Superbas got a man around In
to center, Hummell scored after the
Nothing more In the scoring line
till the seventh, when' the Superbas
added another tally on three succes
sive singles by Getz, Zimmerman and
Wild mil Donovan's men got two
more men around in the 8th. Birdio
Cree doubled along the left field foul
line and after Plpp fanned, Cook drop
ped a Texas leaguer back of short.
Mullin went out at first and Cree
scored, and when Cutshaw let Boone's
roller get through, Cook came In with
tho second tally of the inning.
Doth teams got a man as far as sec
ond in the 9th, but although McCarty
other red-hot session this afternoon.
The lineup and score by innings of
yesterday's game follow:
R. H. E.
N. Y. Amer...O21OOO0 20 5 9 5
Brooklyn 000100100-2 7 2.
N. Y. Americans Maisel, 3b; High,
If; Cree, cf; Plpp, lb; cook, it; mui
lln, 2b; Boone, ss; Nunamaker, c;
Cole and Brown, p.
Brooklyn Schultz, 3b; Daubert and
Hummell. lb; Cutshaw, 2b; Wheat, If;
Myers, cf; Geta, ss; Zimmerman, rf;
Miller, c; Dell and Aitchenson, p.
Umpires Klem and Coombs.
tho fourth after much labor. Daubert 1 appeared in the role of plncli nttter
dronned a single In center and Cut-, for Aitchenson, ho failed to deliver
shaw poled one Into left. Wheat went and the game wound up
out at first, advancing both runnets,
but Jake put his ankle out nf commis
sion sliding into third and Hummell
took his place. When Myers flew out
The Yankees meet the Superbas
again today and judging from the
brand of baseball thus far displayed
in the series, tho fans are In for an
It were well if the so-called "clever
story writer," who, too often, is the
chief nuisance of the manuscript edi
tor ot all magazines could be brought
to a realization that mere exaggera
tions and disgusting incidents are not
"fun;" would save postage and les
sen tho certainty of rejections.
"Cheap Wit vs. the Dairy Lunch,"
George Willoughby, in National Magazine.
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King" Cole proved himself
tortionist of sorts.
mna went across
wUhthe exception of 'those inn,ng3.
the big lad got through very well. His
control -as not of the best, as he hit
one batter and walked three, allow
ing four hits, one of them a double
Aitchenson finished the game and
who finished tho argument.
Blabman allowed a run. Cole let the
Superba batsmen down with four hits
during the six frames he worneu aim
passed one man.
Brown found himself in a tight
place in the very tlrst inning no
the mound and one run was pushed
across before he fairly got settled in
his new job. Three hits in succession
looked rather dubious for the Yankee
twirler. but he extricated himself
with tiiB bk buappy heiu.u ue-j
hind him after Getz had dented the
pan. Again in the 8th Brown got into
trouble, but pulled out before serious
damage had been done. His control
was rather bad at times, but he fin
ished the game in good shape, allow
ing no hits after the seventh inning.
Jake Daubert, the veteran first
sacker of the Superbas, was carried
r,ff the field In the fourth round, suf
fering from a strained ankle. Jake
eilil Into third and catching his spikes
in the bag, twisted his right ankle
the plate, but J quite severely, although his injury
will not prove serious. With care and
a few days' rest, the guardian of the
initial Btation may be expected to ap
pear in his usual position.
The Yankees scored twice in the
second. PiPP drew a pass and Dell
Okeechobee f arms
Will yield big crops of corn, cane, cowpeas, velvet beans, rape, peanuts, kudzu, spineless cactus, besides
raising Bermuda, Rhodes, Para, Natal and other grasses for hay and pacture.. With all thess crops
available, cattle, sheep and hogs can have geen food the year 'round.
Thousands oE Acres of Our Land at the North End oS
Lake Okeechobee Are Now Ready for Cultivation
These lands do not need draining other than small ditches necessary on any farm. Make a trip to
Okeechobee on the new division of the Florida East Coast Railway without delay, and see for your
self just what these lands are. Not that Okeechobee la now only a trifle over twelve hours' Journv
Investigate This Wonderful Country While You
Can Have a Choice of Locations for Your Farm
You "will find It unexcelled for general farming, livestock and poultry raising, and for growing all
kinds of vegetables common to Florida as well as the finest citrus fruit. This town and country will
grow at an amazing rata during the next few years. We' also have excellent land and town lota at
CHULUOTA and KENAN3VILLE the former a fine lake section in Seminole County suited to fruit
growing, trucking and general farming, and the latter a fertile pine land country In Oscsola County
especially adapted to stock raising, general farming and fruit growing. Writ today for full parti
J. E. INGRAHAM, Vice-President
Land and Industrial Department, Florida East Coast Railway
Room 166 City Building. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
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