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:- I 0 Mi f I I i PAGE 4 L WINS P HILLSBOROUGH SCORE p TO I (By Aoclnt-il Ph.) Jacksonville, Nov. 24. The hitch school spirt reigned supreme at Southside park here today as Duval swamped the hapless lads from Hills borough hiirh of Tampa 74 to 0. The heavier Duval team outplayed the vis itors in every angle of the game and at its close they were shorne of pretty much everything but morale. Of that they had a plenty, for instance the work of Hebble, at left half, who starred for Hillsborough, and as the game wore on fell exhausted repeat edly but played until the last few min utes of the game. Duval needed the game to be state championsip contender and ran away at the start making fourteen points in tile first period. Hillsborough be came aggressive for a short while in the second period made their only first down, four of them, of the game. They threatened Duval's goal when Pittman, substitute back, recovered a punt on the three-yard line. Duval held for three plays and on the fourth a bad fumble was tossed about from one team to the other and finally re covered by Hebble on the 25-yard line. Then Jones, Duval's particular star t right half, intercepted a forward pass from Pittman and ran 75 yards for a touchdown. Duval developed every type of war fare while Hillsborough the short while it was on the offensive, relied on straight football. Approximately 4,000 persons saw the youngsters at play, no small fea ture of which was the enthusiasm of the prep student bodies. iJalatka Daily &(tmn Friday Morning, Novemhe Football Scores Georgia Tech Ends Season With Defeat : of Auburn Eleven Florida 21, Oglethorpe 3. Cornell 41, Pennsylvania 0. Rollins 3, Birmingham Southern 0. Maryland 6, North Carolina State 6. Alabama 7, Mississippi A. & M. 7. Ntre Dame 48, Michigan Aggies 9. Centre 21, Tulane 0. North Carolina 7. Virginia 3. Johns Hopkins 0, Washington & l.ee Georgetown 13, Bethany 0. Vanderbilt 9, Sewanee 0. Detroit 21, Vermont 0. Georgia 28, Clemson 0. Georgia Tech. 14, Auburn 0. V. P: I 2C, V. M. I. 7. Wofford 0, Trinity 67. Pittsburgh 0. Penn. State 0. Washington & Jefferson 13, West Virginia 0. Mississippi College 28, Spring Hill 7. Kansas 15, Missouri 9. Nebraska 70, Colorado Aggies 7. Erman 28, Davison 0. Kentucky 0, Tennessee Q. Camp Benning 24, Mercer 7. By Asjfloclated I'reut Atlanta, Nov. 24. Georgia Tech's Golden Tornado and the Alabama Plainsmen from Auburn ended their 1921 season here today before the largest crowd that has witnessed a game in Atlanta this year, tech winn ing by a score of 14 to 0. The Thanksgiving day crowd was estimated to number about 20,000. Tech goal was never in danger at any time during the contest, the visitors being unable t openetrate the Torna do's line for appreciable gains. The Alabamians gained altogether less than fifty yards and an additional sixty yards' advance on penalties. : Auburn's great strength was shown in defensive play. Tech start ed its march to victory with the open of the second half. Auburn kicked to Barron, who twisted and squirmed his way back to midfield. From that point to the Auburn goal line the Tigers were helpless before the driv ing power behind the plunges of Cap tain Harlan, Barron and Ferst. Florida Has No Troubble to Win From Oglethorpe (By Afllioinfc"i Prcan.) Gainesville, Nov. 24. The Univer sity of Florida scored two touch downs in the first five minutes of play in today's football game with Oglethorpe University, the final score being 21 to 3. A field goal by Morris from the 21 yard line netted the visitors their only point. Aside from that they never threatened. The game was devoid of spectacular plays, the locals taking things easy under a scorching sun. Oglethorpe's defense stiffened after the first five minutes and until the last few min utes of the second period Florida had to content itself with playing in Ogle thorpe's territory. They succeeded in pushing the visitors to their five yard line, however, and when Oglethorpe attempted to kick out Merritt broke through and blcoked the kick. Thom as falling on the ball fo a touch down, Newton kicked his third goal after touchdown and it ended the day's scoring. Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for Marion Coun ty, IN CHANCERY, in a certain cause pending in said Court, in which William S. Hood, as Trustee, is com plainant, and the Ocklawaha Valley Railroad Company, a Corperation or ganized under the laws of Florida, is defendant, I, the undersigned Spe cial Master in Chancery, appointed in and by said decree to execute the provisions thereof, will offer for sale and sell at public outcry to the high est bidder for cash, on MONDAY, December 5th, 1921, during the legal hours of sale, at the South Door of the Marion Coun- rion, as described and defined in and subject to the terms of that certain lease and agreement, dated Decern ber fi, 1909, between the Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company and the Ocala' Northern Railroad Company. The line of railroad extending 'from Silver Springs to Fort McCoy, in the County of Marion, a distance of 12.3 miles; from Fort McCoy to the City of Palatka, in Putnam Coun ty, a distance 32,5 miles, passing through the towns of Bay' Lake and Orange Springs, in Marion County, and passing through Marion County into Putnam County at or near Or ange Creek, and thence in Putnam County by way of the towns of Ken wood, Rodman and Kenilworth, to the City of Palatka, and all exten sions thereof; The line of railroad extending from the terminus of the Company's line in the City of Palatka, a dis tance of one and one-half miles, to the termimls of the Company's line in the said City of Palatka, leased from the Georgia, Southern & Flor ida Railway Company; The right of way of the Cempany, one hundred feet in width, from Sil ver Springs to the City of Palatka. All and singular the franchises, rights, privileges and ' immunities now or hereafter appendant or ap purtenant to or. used in connection with the. said lines of the Company and any and all extensions and branches "thereof; Also all other property included in that certain trust deed made by Ocklawaha Valley Railroad Company to W. S. Rood, Trustee, recorded in the Public Records of Marion Coun ty, Florida, in Mortgage Book 49, at pages 1 to 32, and recorded in the Public Records of Putnam County, Florida, in Mortgage Book 7, at page 182 at seq.; except, however, that certain lot or parcel of land in Ocala, Florida, in Block 64, described in deed of date November 1, 1911, ex ecuted by E. P. Rentz and wife as grantors to the Ocala Northern Rail road Company, as grantee, record ed in Deed Book 150, at page 485 of the public records of Marion County, Florida. F. R. HOCKER, Special Master Hocker & Martin, Complainant's Solicitors. 11-4-11-18-25; 12.-2 In the Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Cir cuit, State of Florida, In and for Putnam County In Chancery. ' Bill to Quiet Title: Fred. L. Ferguson, Complainant, Versus,' Jamej Cleland, et al, Respon dents; - Order of Publication. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: James Cleland, if living, and, if dead, all parties claiming interests under James Cleland, deceased, or otherwise, in the hereinafter describ ed property:. Harriet M. R. Montmollin, if living, and, if dead, all parties claiming in terests tinder Harriet M. R. Mont mollin, deceased, or otherwise, in the property hereinafter described: Louis H. Montmollin, if living, and if dead, all parties claiming interest under Louis H. Montmollin, deceased, or otherwise, in the property herein after described. John S. Montmollin, if living, and, if dead, all parties claiming interests under John S. Montmollin, deceased, or otherwise, in the property herein after described: Daniel F. Pollock, if living, and, if dead, all parties claiming interests under Daniel F. rollock, deceased, or otherwise, in. the property hereinaf ter described: Philip C. Stevens, if living, and, if dead, all parties claiming interests under Philip O. Stevens, deceased, or otherwise, in the property herein after described: ' Cook Carleton, if living, and, if dead, all ' parties claiming interests under Cook Carleton, deceased, or otherwise, in the property hereinaf ter described: All parties claiming interest un der. John S. Montmollin, deceased, or otherwise, in the property hereinaf ter described: and All parties claiming interests un der Charles F. Miller, deceased, or otherwise, in the property hereinaf ter described: YOU and EACH OF YOU are hereby commanded and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint, in this case, on the December Rules, 1921, same being the 5th day of De cember, A. D, 1921. The property described in the Bill of Complaint, and referred to in this Order of Publication, is described as follows: Government Lot Four (4) of Sec tion Eleven (11), Township Nine (9 South, Range Twenty-seven (27) East, containing 45 acres, more or less, and being in Putnam County, State of Florida? WITNESS the Honorable A. V. Long, as Judge of the above Court and my name as Clerk thereof, and the seal of said Court at Palatka, Putnam County, Florida, on this 6th day of October, A. D. 1921. (Seal) R. J. HANCOCK, As Clerk of Circuit Court, Putnam County, Florida. By W. A. Williams, Jr., D. C. Kribbs & Steed, Counsel for Complainant. 10-7, 14, 21, 28; 11-4, 11, 18, 25; 12-2 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that under and by virtue of a war rant issued by the Honorable Ernest Amos, Comptroller of the State of Florida, of date Fifth day of August, 1921, I have levied upon the follow ing described property of the Ockla waha Valley Railroad company, a Cornoration organized under the laws of Florida, to-wit: One locomotive, being number 112, One locomotive, being number 110, One locomotive, being number 109, Four passenger coaches, being numbered 100, 102, 103 and 104, Two flat cars, being numbers 300 and 302, Two Roadway Motor Cars, One push car; Also all that part of said Railroad situated in Marion County, Florida, the same extending from the North ern Boundary of Marian County, Florida, to the Seaboard Air Lint Railroad Company's track at Silver Springs, in said County. t Pursuant to the levy so made, and by virtue of said warrant, I shall sell ty Court House, in Ocala, Florida. iiPECIAL MASTER'S d;:rePe7rsrfo,1dows:ibed " .Tr, The line of railroad extending NOTICE IS HEREBY OVEN from the terminus of the Company that under and by virtue of a final in the City of Ocala, a distance of decree of foreclosure, dated Decern-! six miles, to a uoint know ,. "Sil. 4th, 1917, entered by the Circuit 'ver Springs," in the County of Ma- ber IF YOU WANT THE BEST DEMAND IN FOUR POLICE duties are rendered more efficient and your property is better protected by the use of electric LIGHTS One lamp, even a small one, kept burn ing all night at a strategic point is the best burglar insurance, Florida East Coast RAILWAY Flagler System Departure of passenger trains from Palatka, Union Station, for East Pa- latka, daily: No. 101 10:10a.m. No. 1031:40 a. No. 1054:50 p.m. No. 107 5:55f. Arrival and departure of passenger trains at East Palatka Station, SOUTHBOUND DAILY No. 29 Miami Local ll:45a.m, No. 85 Havana Special 5:15p.m. No. 37 K. West Express.. 11:13p.m. NORTHBOUND DAILY No. 38 K. West Express.. 6:la.m. No. 86 Havana Special 10:42a.m. No. 30 Miami Local 6:15p.m. Trains 85 and 86, through, between New York and Key West, via A. C. L. north of Jacksonville; dining car ser vice. Trains 37 and 38, through slee per New York and Miami, S. A'. L. north of Jacksonville. J. D. RAHNER, G. P. A. said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to realize the amount due under said warrant, in cluding costs, at the Railroad Depot, at Silver Springs, Marion County, Florida, at public outcry, to the high est and best bidder for cash during the legal hours of sale, on MONDAY, the 7th day of November, 1921. At said sale, I shall first offer for sale the locomotives, flat cars, pas senger coaches, roadway motor cars and push car above described; and 1 shall next offer for sale the first six miles of said railroad extending south lne JS0rtn'" boundary Marion County, , dUta miles; I shall next off w for , six m,les of said railroad adi and south 0f that last aboj ed; I shall ne offer for sa e miles of said railroad adjacent aouth of that last abov d and last, I shall seii the " of said railroad so levied on S. C. M, Tnm Sheriff of Marion Countv, (The above mentioned ,1 tinued until Monday, Decern. 5th, 1921.) 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