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1' Paiatlm Daily fetua PAGE 6 Friday Morning, June 17, l2 . 1FDUR PITGHERS 1 FAILED TO STOP ! LI Baseball Results 1CAL SWATFEST Varied sizes and assortments of pitchers were used yesterday after noon by the once famous Cubans from Tampa in an attempt to stop 'the onslaughts of the local sluggers. .tut all to no avail for the locals were going good and e mere quartette of ; pitchers were as nothing in their i young lives. The final score was 10 to 5. with Palatka the favorite. ; However when the game opened up .and the visitors got one hit and one !run in the first and five hits and -three runs in the second, things : looked very dark and dismal indeed for the locals. In the first innings 1 Sanford was very weak and ineffec tive and had it not been for the ex cellent support which he received, the score board might have told a different tale. Both infield and out field played a superb game and at several stages of the game kept run ners from crossing the plate by ac cepting? ;ehances which looked likle .sure hits. Sanford was never very effective with his twisters. The Cu bans seemed to find him at will. But they were unable to make their hits count on the score board. Attendance Poor Several persons who saw the game asked why Palatkans did not turn out for the games any better. It seemed hard for some of the visitors who were present to understand why j the local people did not turn out to see their team in action when it has the reputation which the Palatka team has. No doubt those same visi tors will be surprised to learn that the attendance was very much bet ter yesterday afternoon than at th game on the previous day and much better that day than at the games last week with the Sanford team. Whilethe attendance for the game yesterday was much better than of the day before there is still a great deal of room for improvement. It is a great pity that the local people do not give the team any better support than has been the case of late. Manager Fearnside states that if the attendance is not better the team will have to disband for a lack of funds. He says that the team cannot run all summer if they do not get bet ter support. The Score In the first inning, Mira was out when he hit to Jackson. Leto next up got a hit to right, and Casanday was safe at first on a scratch. Thomas missed a fast one hit by Dominguez and Leto scored. Garcia walked, fill ing the bases. Boggs next up hit to short and Thomas threw to Larzo, cutting a score off at home. Sanford struck out Gonzales, retiring the side. One hit and one -run. ; Villarino got on when Leto missed his hot one and Hogan struck out. Thomas walked. Villarino and Thomas pulled a double steal, Villarino going to third and Thomas to second. Bars tow was safe at first when Gonzales . failed to stop his liner, and Villarino scored. Jackson hit to left and Larzo to first. One hit and one run. In the third, Leto, Casanday, Do minguez, Garcia and Boggs all got singles. Leto scored on Garcias hit. Casanday tried to steal home and Larzo caught him before he could recover the third sack. Someone want . ed to know how fast Chalie can run , when he does not have on his para . phernalia. Boggs' hit scored Domin guez and Garcia. Gonzales struck out and Larzo caught a high foul off the bat of Pullsira. Five hits and three runs. Villarino got a hit in the third and scored when Thomas sacrificed and Barstow's hit went through short, j One hit and one score. Tampa scored once more in the fourth when Corcho got a double and Leto got a double. Letos double scor ing Corcho. Two hit? and one run. In the fifth. Thorns' first up, got a 'home run. Barstow and Jackson were out on long flies to the outfielders. Larzo got on by an error nf short and when Browning got a double. CHS Hohlen was out when he hit to third who cut him off at first. Two hits and two runs. In the fifth, Thomas first up, got a box for the Cubans. But he was as ineffective as his predecessor had been Sanford, first up, walked, and Villa rina hit a Texas leaguer to left which bounced over the fence for a home run scoring Sanford. Kersey, next up, got a hit; Thomas and Barstow flew out and Jackson and Larzo both got hits. But Brownings long hit to cen ter was caught by Dominguez, re tiring the side. Four hits and three runs. In the seventh Holden was safe J at first on an error of first. Sanford sacrificed him to second and Villarino 4o third. Holden scored on Kersey's AMERICAN LEAGUE At Boston, 8; Detroit, 3. At Philadelphia, 2; Cleveland, 3. At New York, 7; Chicago, 3. At Washington, 6; St. Louis, 3. NATIONAL LEAGUE At Cincinnati, 9; Philadelphia, 7. At Pittsburgh, 6; Brooklyn, 5. At Chicago, 6; New York, 4. At St. Louis, 4; Boston, 5. SOUTHERN LEAGUE At New Orleans, 7; Memphis, 6. At Birmingham, 6; Atlanta, 3. At Little Rock, 2; Chattanooga, 0. At Mobile, 2; Nashville, 3. FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE At Jacksonville, 0; Orlando, 11. At Tampa, 12; Daytona, 4. At St. Petersburg, 6; Lakeland, hit. Thomas was out when Gonzales throw beat him to first. One hit and one run. Barstow, first up in the eighth was safe on an error of second. Jackson got a double, scoring Barstow; Lar zo was safe on another error of short but was caught trying to steal second. Browning's sacrifice scored Jackson, while Sanford was out when Pullara caught his long foul. One hit and two runs. While there were no prominent in dividual stars in the game yesterday, the fielding of Thomas on short and the stick work of Villarino stands out with some prominence. Thomas got some very mean chances, but he handled them all in first class fashion Vallarina got two hits out of three times at bat and made three runs, besides bringing in several of Pa latka's runs, Score by innings: TAMPA AB R H PO Mira If 5 .0 0 1 Leto 2b 5 2 3 3 Casanday 3b 4 0 10 Moninguez cf 4 1 1 3 Garcia lb 3 1 2 10 R. Boggs rf,p 3 0 12 Gonzales ss 4 0 11 T. Pullara c 4 0 0 4 Corcho p 2 110 Pullarap, if 10 4 0 Valdes p 10 0 0 Totals 36 5 10 24 12 10 PALATKA AB R H PO Villarino lb 3 3 2 11 Hogan If 2 0 0 Thomas ss 3 11 L. Barstow rf 5 10 Jackson 3b 5 12 Larzo c 5 11 Browning cf 4 0 2 Holden 2b 5 12 Sanford, p 3 10 Kersey rf 3 12 Totals 38 10 12 27 14 3 SUMMARY: Stolen bases, Thomas, Villarino. Two base hits; Leto, Corc ho, Villarino, Jackson, Browning. Home runs; Villarino and Thomas. Double plays; Casanday to Leto to Mira. Hits, off Sanford, 10; off Corc ho, 8; off Pullara, 2; off Boggs, 2. Struck out by Sanford, '6; by Corcho, 3. Walked, by Sanford, 1; Corcho, 2. Time of game one hour and fifty-five minutes. Umpire, K. R. Brenizer. PRISON FORJAGRANCY (Br Aaaoclated Fran) St. Andrews, Fla., June 16. Seven teen of the strikers from the Bay Harbor and Millville saw mills are in the county jail at Panama City, ac cording to advices received here to day. The men, thirteen of whom are negroes, are said to have been ar rested for vagrancy but only in the case of James Chisel, has a formal charge been made. About 300 workers at the mills struck two weeks ago because of the refusal of the lumber company to re instate two discharged employes. The company later declared that all strik ers who did not return to work at a certain time would, with their fami lies, be evicted from company houses. The time limit expired a week ago, but there have been no evictions. Armed guards have been on duty about the mills, but there has been no disorder. CONVICTS GO ON . .. STRIKE ON ROADS B)r Associated Prru) Jacksonville, June 16. Convicts working on the Dixie highway near Zellwood, in central Florida, have gone on a strike. This became known here today when it was learned that Governor Hardee had ordered an in vestigation and issued instructions that they be discliplined and put bacE to work. The "walkout" occured Tuesday after two convicts had been disci plined for refusing to work under guard. Thirty six prisoners are in volved. MOOSE WILL INITIATE MORE CANDIDATES TONIGHT GRAIN EXPORTS FALL SHARPLY; COTTON HEAVIER (Br AssnRlated Prtftii) Washington, June 16. Exports of" grain and flour fell off heavily dur ing May as compared with the same month last year, while cotton ex ports rose sharply, according to trade figures issued tonight by the com merce department. Grain and flour exported during May aggregated $63,000,000 against $100,000,000 in May a year ago. Cotton exports for the month amo unted to 477,000 bales valued at $30,- 000,000 as against 364,000 bales, worth $77,000,000. IMPORTANT MEETING OF BOY SCOUTS FOR TODAY A special meeting of the Boy Scouts will be held this afternoon at Scout headnuarters, promptly at 6:30 o' clock. All scouts are urged to be pre sent. After assembling at headquar ters the troop will march to the resi dence of Mrs. Josephine Crill, on Palatka Heights, where Captain J. H. Randolph will give them elemen tary instructions in bridge building. At the last Rotary luncheon Cap tain Randolph was detailed to rep resent the club at the next regular scout meeting and decided upon this demonstration. Other members of the club will make instructive talks and demonstrations to the troop at various times. I Palatka Lodge L. O. O. M. will hold their regular weekly meeting- tonight at the Moose hall on First street, at 8 o'clock. There are a number of candidates to be initiated. The Moose Ritual is very beautiful and special during the present membership cam paign to give the work better than pains will be taken by the degree staff ever handled by this lodge. All mem bers are urged to attend and give their assistance. It is expected that a delegation from St. Augustine will be present, and after the ceremony the entertainment committee has pro mised a treat. Visiting Moose are cordially invited. RICE CREEK ROAD BLOWS UP FROM EXCESSIVE HEAT Cam: A mechanical devise for converting rotary motion into an irregular motion. Also, in some lo calities, a synonym for stillness. A section of the Rice creek brick road, about six feet in length, blew up some time during Wednesday as a result of the excessive heat. It is necessary to detour at this point. Reports have been coming in from sections of the state of this charac teristic of brick roads. It is due, ac cording to engineers to the expan sion of the brick under the sun's rays, sufficient allowance not having been made in laying the paving for this expansion. One road, down in Palm Beach county, is said to have crawled completely off the right of way and out into the woods. These Are Our Low Prices On Shoe Repairing Men's Shoes, half soled, sewed on $1.40 Men's Shoes, half soled, tacked on $1.25 Rubber Heels, Men's $ .50 Ladies' half soles, sewed on $1.15 Laides' half soles, tacked on $1.00 Leather Tips $ .35 Cuban Heels : $ .75 Give Us a Trial and Let Us Convince You. Norris & Walker 403 Lemon Street, Palatka. Phone 136 We call for and deliver. Ocala Limestone The Best Road Material, crushed or screened. Finely ground Limestone for Agriculture purposes, Side Walks and Artificial stone work. TROWEL BRAND Builders and Hydrated Lime Florida Lime Co. Ocala, Florida CLASSIFIED ADS FOR RENT A nice five room ipartment, unfurnisned. Phone 80 6-16-tf FOR RENT Three nice, com fortable rooms, unfurnished, lights and bath. Apply 608 N. 5th St. 6-16-6t WANTED Tobuy a medromsfze safe. Boaz Potato Co. 6-15-3t SUMMER COACHING Pupils de sirous of being coached in Latin, En glish and other high and grammar school work, call Lois MacQueen, phone 340. 6-14-2t. FOR RENT Light-housekeeping rooms, wTth bath. 501 Kirby street. 6-14-3t FOR SALE Typewriter and Ma rine Engine in good condition, also new 33 x 4 auto Tire and Tube for sale, cheap. Inquire at Chas. Mil ler's Fish House. 6-14-5t SALESLADY WANTED Apply at once. Wolfe's Bargain Store. 6-14-3t The residence of Mrs. R. H. Hanley ROOMS Single or Connected by the week, month or sea son, kitchen and dining room privileges. Week-end parties accomodated. Run ning water in all rooms. Mother and children cared for. One block from Ocean Beach, at Raymond Hotel. Rates reasonable. Mrs. A. S. Stuart Seabreeze, Florida at 423 Oak street, one of the hand somest in the city is taking on quite an artistic appearance under the able hands of WALTER ANDREWS, practical painter, paper hanger and decorator. 6-14-3t. FOR RENT Centrally located, nicely furnished lower apartement. Four rooms and bath for summer Phone 233-J., 208 S. 5th St. 6-12-3t FOR SALE A bargain, Studebak er, 6 cylinder, seven passenger car. I mean a good car. Price $750. Must be sold soon. See Mr. M. Saucer, cor. Lemon and 7th streets. 6-ll-6t Try Putnam Barber Shop for good service. 5-5-tf ORANGE TREES AND ROSE BUSHES Fill in your yard or grove. Fine time to plant now. Drive over, se lect the trees yourself, or tell me what you want. J. A. CROSBY, Phone No. 2003 San Mateo, Kla. 5-26-lmo ROOMS The Riviera Rooms, large, cool. With or without meals. Afternoon lunches, try .our home cooking. Box 493. Opposite Post Of fice, Daytona Beach, Flay 6- FOR SALE Five passenger to ing car, Overland. Good running e dition. Good tires. $250 tai ft- i ply to H. B. Care Generaylivc Palatka, Fla. , . 6-S Putnam Barber Shop.' Ladies' i Children's hair catting. 214 Lei street. S. J. Denmark. 5-i Wanted Every person in Pala to know that the Hart Furniture will sell an assorted lot of seci hand chairs cheap for cash Satun and Monday. With each purch made we will give absolutely fret valuable meat fork. June 17 FOR SALE Dodge roadster, 1 model, good tires, new top, motor first class condition, party leav town. Price $550. Can be seen Dodge Bros Garage. 6-17 FOR RENT To couple with children, cool, comfortable furnisl down stairs apartment. Apply ft Tillman, 325 Lemon street or ph 345. June 11 "FOR- RENT Light" housekeep rooms, with bath, 601 Kirby itn 6-17-8 H. C. Cole Manufacture the Celebrated Brands of Floor OMEGA The Standard Short Patent Flour All Try to Equal BUT NONE SUCCEED r WHITE RING The Great Leader of Self-Rising Flour All Made in the most complete, sanitary and Model Mill of America. Every Barrel Guaran teed Perfect and Uniform in Every Respect and Absolutely Without a Superior Merryday Grocery C. Distributors, Palatka, Fla. Say, Folks! DRINK HYTONjE Its Just the drink for this hot weather. Order a bottle or a case today. On sale at all diink stands. Atlantic Grocery Company Wholesale Distributors PALATKA, - - FLORIDA" E B The Three Best Games-of the Season FRIDAY Tampa Cufoan vs. Palatka GAME CALLED PROMPTLY AT 4:15 p.m.