The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 1918
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028291:00219
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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l VOL. VI. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA, JULY 12, 1918 No.3. .; i

Peabody Club gators to more than one victory. phree, Martha Jane Murphree, J.. C.- 1

On Friday night the members Batteries: Co. A, Williams, $umme $chool IoII Nixon, Mrs. Maude C. Nolle, Daisy B i
Ormund, Louise Raulerson, Wm. H.. i
for their Pierce and Moger. Co. B, Way-
Club met
of( f Peabody Reeves, Ruby Lucile Ricks, Bertha Ro- !

election of officers. Mr. H. G. man and Robinson. Umpire, Passes Four Hundred Mark senberger, Agathe Sapp, Mabel Sanchez !: 1

)letca called the meeting or- Prof. Beck. Serena A. Shannon, Myrtle V. Slaughter I
der and conducted the election Professors Jones and Lindsay with Alachua Leading Catherine H. Smith, Dorothea H. Smith I! ,

--- Maggie L. Stalvey, Geneva Standley,
of president. The new have joined the tennis club and
Annie Mae Swartz Marguerite Tanner
Enrollment the Summer
are keeping things warm for the
officers are as follows: climb-- Martha Taylor, Bessie Terry, Eva Lois 1 \
School has been steadily
l President, E. L. Beeson Gainesville players. Terry, Kate M. Tomkies, Mary Chris-

I Vice-President, John Watkins Tennis is a popular game this ing upward since the opening on tine TomkiesBessie L. Townsend Irma j
June 17. It is now somewhere Vidal, Orbia Videon Mrs.Effie'Vrooman 1
At bout
Secy.-TreasuresMiss summer. any likely one
I. I around four hundred twenty-five. Nan G. Ward, John E. Watkins, Wilma 1
Mathews. will find some court occupied, Forty counties of the state are Ruth Watson, Laura May Welch, lone 1 j '}

Critic, Prof. Beck andoften all threeavailablecourtsare A. Williams, Bailey F. Williamson, Jr., t

I Peabody Ciub is an all-student accommodating doublesAVhy represented, some by flattering Alice Willoughby, Gertrude Lewis, Myr J 1
be by reference -
as may tIe L. Polk.
organization to which everyone not have a tennis tournament? it
to the roll by counties BAKERBAYDouglas- t,
on the campus should belong. Tolbert has been appointed published in this issue. Alachua B. Sales, Meriel E. t,

Programs are given every Thurs- manager and is trying to sched- being the county in which the Sales, Thomas D. Sales, Jr., Mis. Thorn I

day night and everyone who has ule baseball games for the sum- University is located, would nat- as D. Sales. 1. ,1

musical talent is asked I|I BRADFORD-CalvinB.Hayes, Loca
literary or mer school baseball team. Clubs head the I
make the urally be expected to \ Johnson, Josie Parrish, Jessie Thomas,
to take a part. Let us are rather scarce, however.
with to
I list of counties respect | Ida Ruth Warren."I

club th s year even a greater The following men areamong numbers. This she does in a ] BREVARD-Mrs. Kate J. Alonso, _

success than in previous years. those appearing at practices-: handsome fashion to the tune of Carrie Benie Boyd, Mrs. Mabel E. P.

The program last Friday: Adams, Tolbert, Sale brothers, ninety-eight. Hillsboro, Lake 1! Gay, Walter, W. Gay, Edwin E. Macy;

Piano Solo-Jocelyn Berceuseby Merbler Rigby.A j Mrs. Martha A. Macy, Charles H.Walk-
DeSoto show to good ef-
I kind up. ere Mrs. Rosa L.Walker. Oma H. Wvlli -
Miss Kittrell.
lect. Ten other states are also:: BROWARD Ethel R. Kindred. .

Story, Mrs. Beck. Protest \.represented in the enrollment.\ CALHOUN- ,

Piano Sold -To Spring, Grieg, Even far-off China is on the roll. CITRUS-May dolt Wm. D Croft, .
Miss Loney. On the Alligator "feed box" in : ,Joey Westbrook.Emily Lorene Williams
ALACHUA-Pearle Altman, Ewing ;
Hall he who runs CLAY :
Anecdotes, Prof. Beck. Peabod may Anderson, James N.Anderson,Jr., Paul-\
Mrs. read most alarming depreciation COLUMBIA-Viviene Allen, Jessie
Vocal Solo-Folk Songs, a ine E. Anderson, Gertrude Arrington. I

Thos. D. Sales. .. of poetry. Riddles, poetry I Grace Walker Ballantine, Eulee Sarah ;, L.Graham Farrell, Edith Leila Radford.C. Farrell George R.

and other jokes are requested as Boulware Thelma Brown, Willie! Maree'j i DADE-Emma Fitch, Charlas I II ,
\I Roy
Ueba Browne, Eula Lee Bryant I
material for tlfti Alligator. What J Browne, !1 Hauser, Annabel Lochrie, Aldus R.'
Mrs. W.H.Burke, Christopher
of modern journalism i Mathews.!
will become !
Athletic Notes bell, Maay Cannon, Charles F. Carnes, i
such estimate of the ;, j I DeSOTO-Maude Blackburn, Wm.
if an [; Grace Claxon, Mrs. Cora N. Coffey, 1
). The soldier boys furnishedsome noblest literary art becomes pre Dorothy Coson: J 0 Meal Cox, Warren -'i:.Jennings Bullock, Frederick E. Clovel: 1
T. N. Farrabee Bertie V. Gore Alice :
athletic enjoyment in valent? 0 \ E. Cox, Florence A. Crocker Fiances -i! Goulding, Clara Hancock Ruby Mae

form of a baseball game Satur- H. Darby, Evalyn_ _Demaree_ ,....Zacha-. "T j i\ Hardee,. Maive McCann, L. P. Mercer, f I
- day afternoon. Company A met I ria H. Douglas, Ruth E. routsvm. .11.1 Lorace Peeples, Ester L.Ridder Katherine ,
M. Chapman's recital : -
Dr. James Henry L. Gray, Mary C. Guess, I
B in exciting con- Glass E. Roberts, Mrs. Ruby Mae Roberts
Company an
given last Saturday eveningin R. Hall Eva Maude Hardee, JuliaE. I
Inez Rowland, AI. G. Smith
B started in a Julia Wallace I
test. Company Mr W. C. I II
the auditorium was well at Ham, W. B. Hathaway Stella Cozine Watterson D.. I
30iss,. and seemed to I J. C. Holton, D'rs. l.Ia-ian
savage manner Hicks. Mrs. I
tended. Dr. Chapman appearedat John Williams, Mrs. A. D. Williams. Erma 0.
put the game comfortably awayin his best, and those who attended Honiker, Delglazier Johnson, 1..kO Williams, Madge Williamson, Ira York. '
but the Co. B son, Mrs. Sarah S. Jolly, Viola Jones II'
the first inning,
- were unanimous in pronouncing Daisy M. Kellum, Bertha Mae Lee, DUVAL-Clara N. Hurlbert. Mattie J
-- Buddies had a way of crawling Stalsby, Mrs. Eva Mae Wetzel.
, ; it delightful. The artistic Clara Belle Lee; Hallie Curtis Little, i i
up that kept the crowded bleachers decorations provided b y Mr.- Lois O. Little, Trula Longbottom, Bertha -|1 ESCAl\IBIA-John Newton Axelson,

alive. The B soldiers, however for the occasion were 1, Love, Li'lie: Love, Mrs.Harry Lowe, I I Frederick H. Mellor, Adam A. Merbler, ;
Umlauf Miriam Windham.
kept in the lead, winningby much favorable Annie McLean, R. O. McEwen, Helen ,I I ; \
the subject Eula ;
i IvIcGhee, Elizabeth l
a score of 10 to 8. I I i FRANKLIN-
of the comment. !lee McKinney, John A. McKainey, Ly- \ \
Among the members Maddox, Josie Malphurs, Robert, i I GADSDEN- ;
squads was noticed Luther Mills, Well Samantha, we shouldsay da C. E.Mason, Janie Elizabeth Mathews,I HAMILTON-Frank Nunn. I II

well known to last summer's that a camouflage each kiss other.is the | Mrs. Miriam H. Miller, John A. Mur-I& (Continued on Page 4)) \
give t
kind women
the Alli .
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i \ Miss Burney: "Can you make All teachers are urged to be Notice to Bird Students;

:ji7J ji7\ Tie.. Florida a AIIignfiop block letters from posters, MissZ. come members of Peabody Club die carefully specimens formed

Summer School Edition .?" Miss Z., graduate student: and thus accomplish the twotoldpurpose from theMuseum. Before'falI

;<; I "No. I can't. Mathematics is not of contributing t to !the session of the University!
) success of the Club and availing gins all damaged articles win'
is not point.
: ; \ subscription 25c for the Term my strong '
: themselves of the training afforded labeled, "Used by S u m
; f'i Yes is in the Alli m l
-i your name its members.FLORIDl'. School Bird Class".
Published Every Friday ator.Ve have taken great .

I ..., pains to get every name correct,

Entered as second-class matter September but it is well known that acci-- They're the shoes for tender

28, 1912, at the pcstoffice at dents will happen, even in the And Grover's is their feet
a Gainesville, Florida, under the Act of (AiR-Maryland, My Maryland) name'
I worst of families. So, if our version They are soft and also neat
; March 3d i879.
Love,light and joy for evermore, For which
l of your name does not suit they have some fan,
Florida, dear Florida! For which
they have
I' THE LINE-UP you, just take your fountain pen some fame.
The world finds welcome at thy So try a pair my dear
and it in to young i]
(;; WM. TYLER Manager your copy Florida, dear Florida! Perhaps( it may be Madam)
::1 s ,.'I WM. KOEHLER Typographer suit yourself. Thy sun-lit hills and plains so sweet And you will henceforth
., near
j { E. G. ROOKS Advertising Manager I j I The slight undulations In the Their litanies of love repeat, to this ,*
A. A. MJRBLER Circulation M'g'r And night and morning singing meet; That you are glad you'vehad'
4 and 'es
sidewalk between
: Language
Miss EDITH STANTON Stenographer Florida, dear Florida! L. C. SMITH, North Side of
J. G. YOOS, Devil i.Peabody: Halls have) a defini, Where'er thy loving children roam, SoleAp Squai

!i j: and intentional purpose. They Florida, dear Florida!

I Place all communications and news i j'i are to prevent speeding between With thee their hearts are still at home, Gainesville
Planing &Coffin
r items in boxes designated for that the two seats of knowledge b y I Florida, dear Florida!
I, purpose in Peabody and Languages Where'er the wand'rer's pathway lies,
those who are hungering and Flooring, Ceiling
; Halls. As a matter of"good faith"I In draams he seas thy blessed skies, Fip,
I I thirsting after information. It is .
sign your name to every piece. 1 And hope doth like a star arise, Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet

: I j; reported that there have been Florida, dear Florida! Gainesville, Fla. Phone 1

k Alarm clocks are in demand. ![I I several near-wrecks because ot Blest be thy lovely hills and plains,

The bird" students disregard on the part of some Florida, dear Florida!
"early are on I
:. the wing. craving soul of these impedi- The sunlight twinkling through thy rain, A. H. Doran

A I ments to physical > Florida;dear Florida!
5 Why worry? It will not make progress.Dr. God have thee ever in His keep, Bicycles, Motorcycles,

a particle of difference to you a j A. Winship, Ph.D., be- From northern line to stormy deep, and Supplies. First class
1- I hundred years from now. ,: gan his series of lectures in the Until upon thy breast we sleep; repair work.
l' I Summer Florida dear Florida!
School last Monday
t' evening -
"Why are we doing: it? reads 218 E. Main St. So. Gaines
| and will continue throughout
Ii a headline. In most cases we are :
: '' doing it because our fathers! did. : the week. Dr. Winship has The Battle Song of Liberty "- --
: an enviable reputation ed--
11 N. B. (Take notice). When ,It. as an Its the roar and rattle of Freedom'sThat's James ChesnutJr.
ucator and lecturer. He is
attracting calling us over the battle
t. at table don't let your third table !( sea (
I! a large attendance from Where a mighty foe has challenged us,
.;, neighbor hear you have soup the It's to and to lfen'sVomen's andChildren's
body of teachers and is growing up you me; (boys.So
for dinner. !!I FINE 'SHOE.
get Old We'll, we'll make
in fayor with each succeeding Glory. 'em
.. If, as Napoleon said, an army I lecture. While the Alligatorcan That they ever dreamed of this fightsorr( South Side Squrre
travels on its stomach, Professors !! : We're on our way with a Hip! Hooray!
1 I not cover the lectures, it is I'Just to do what we know to be right.So .
Cawthon and Crow would
make ideal soldiers. |! safe to say that those who are here to Uncle Sammy, faithful and W. S. Dorsey ft l Co
,>: i missing them are missing one of Here's to our banner of red, white (true, .
; The Alligator will give a lifetime j: the very best features of the and blue: / Eeaders in Fine Groceries

': subscription}) to the first man Summer School. The lectures And here's to all goo feIIows onland Phones 15 and 150 I

I from Florida who drops a bomb'' are being held in the Aerdome and sea Gainesville, : Florida |
Singing the Battle Song of Liberty.
the kaiser's head.
on j
I' when the weather is fine, and
!': :. It is reported that a:New Yorker in the auditorium if threatening. --

f : drank eight glasses of whiskey -- Smile, Smile, Smile

: ..; ate a peck of clams and I Pack up your troubles,in your old kit- A LEX'SOppysite
'- then died A man can't be too Peabody Club And} smile, smile, smile. (bag
", While you've a lucifer to light your fag, UniversityRESTAURANT
careful about what he eats during The
weekly program of |the Smile boys, that's the style.

these warm spells. I Peabody Club was given Thursday What's the use ol worrying? ICE CREAM PARLOR

;, Mr. Nixon was not the 1 last night to a fair-sized audience : It never was worth while. So ----- -

_..: man to leave the Dining Hall : and ,was a delight to all present. Pack up your troubles in your old kit-

last night. The waiters are all I The program was as (follows: And smile, smile, smile. (bag, -
a'armed. and we all share their Selections by Mixed Quartette

opinion that he must be seriously composed of Messrs. Jones and Loyalty Is the Word To-day Dentist -

I ill. Beck and Misses Rony and Mc- Loyalty is the word to-day ,

Over getting up the Roll several -I Quarters. Loyalty to the U.S. A. ffIBiiiat

poems, jokes and other important I Reading by !Miss Elizabeth M. "Peace with honor" the nation cries, The k
1 Sales. Peace without, the nation dies!
contributions had to be
I' Violin Solo by E. L. Beeson. Now's the time for hearty action Art Shopof
left out this week; They will Without fear and without faction; the ..
appear later on same: more suspicious Reading by Dr. Macy. Loyalty is the word today,

occasion. I Selections by above Mix. Q. Loyalty to the U. S. A. J Norah Nort.ni ,,.-


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.. University of. Florida /

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A State University of the Highest Educational Standards, Ranking with- the Largest and Best Uni-

versities of the North .and East. Military Training under officers of the U. S. Army. Students offered ..v

opportunity of joining Reserve Officers Training Corps. ",

For information write the Registrar.Ride .


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Pure Personalities The enterprising of Axel-!

son & Mellor, who operate a \
Why let these showers catch :presing club in the basement of

you unprepared? The Alligatorcosts Language Hall, have provided a
only 25c. barrel for the accommodation of

Miss Leo Johnson at he A T O the one-suit man. Incidentallyit
House received a telegram last is utilized by the proprietors in

night informing her of the sud- the absence of customers when
they do their own personal press- GAINESVIL.L.E. FLORIDASHOES'
den death of her father in Birm

in theUniversity ingham. She left on the early ing. _.

train this morning. The sincerest -A. ,
BusFare L. Hatch, a warm personal
sympathy of her numerous friend of the Alligator and wide-
friends here is extended her in
One Way, lOc her bereavement.The ly and favorably known among B. M. Tench
Fitteen Rides for $1.00 the teachers of the state, was
Minutes Alligator is in' receipt ofa mixing and mingling with friendson Q GAINESVILLE 0 I
Runs Every Twenty letter from R. M. Goulding of the campus Tuesday. He

Pensacola, wbcrin the past has I was Editor-in-chief of the Sum- FLORIDA

been more or less intimately mer Edition last year, having E E

associated with the Alligator, been a member of the staff the
,. either member of the Sum-f
as a year before. As Y.M.C.A. Sect SHOESThe
mer School or as a student in t retary he is stationed at the 1\-Ia-1

-- .- -- -- the University. Mr. Goulding is"rine Training Camp at Paris Island -
now in charge of the Army and S. C. He conducted chapel -

I Navy Club! in Pensacola which Tuesday morning and inci- Phifer State Bank
Become a member recently occupied its newquar- dentally paid a slowing tributeto

Students' Pressing Club I ters which had been in preparation the Florida boys in the marine Strong and Conservative.

several months. Mr.GouldS;
corps. Gainesville Florida
& t ing resigned his position as teacher I
Basement t Language Hall of Mathematics in Pensaco'aI The seismograph at Science
Clothes Collected, Wednesdays, of Hall records a shock of unusual
I I High School to take charge i iI Headquarters for
Fridays and Saturdays j this work. severity. While it is not to be
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compared with the one registered Sporting GoodsNONE
Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted I Three of our younger professors -; .
: when Arbuckle Yates collided -
somewhat disturbed the customary BETTER
Broken Lenses Duplicated with mother Earth, it created
and calm
in one hour's time Sabbath peace I quite a deal of conjecturing in The Thomas Co.J. .
of life upon the campus by engaging -
C. H. Coles 61 Son in a heated discussion of Summer School circles. It developed -

Refracting and Mfg Opticians. and other that it was caused by a '
the Darwinian Theory W. McCollum &. Co.
somewhat distant very popular Professor ex ning
i deep, abstruse and -
in sudden and violent contact
and remote and far-fetched.
: L. J. Burkhim subjects. They have promised : with one of the planets while DruggistsCorner

the Alligator their v rdict cn racing to reach the dining hall East Main and Union
Clothier and Furnisher '. before the doors were locked. ,
some of these questions as soon
POPULAR GOODS :The fact that he is of a slender
at POPULAR PRICES as they have thrashed them out I I.
-- to a final and Definite conclusion.After build deepens the mystery as to See A. J. VIDAL
1 of the shock. His
the intensity
I the discussionfor
listening to For Drugs, Stationery, Tc ilet I'
Do Business with and closely observingthe feet became entangled in a l keep-

i DANK K awhile antics of, the participants, the off-the-grass w lc. He entered Articles, Souvenir Cards, I I II
THE FIOR NATIONAL\ Waterman's Pens '
Alligator decided that Darwin I I just in the nick of time with appetite -I i

"The New l1il1ionDollar Bank,' was at least partly right. I I unimpaired.


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rie C.Lawrence, Mollie Monro, Wm. E. If come once, you can't stay avay-
T Summe School Roll Cont. you
{ Poland, John D. Sunday Sadie Sunday,,

Carter,Jasper C. Car-
Ayers, Alice J. Burrows, Mrs. Grace W.

Burrows, Mrs. Hattie S. Hensley, Wil- ter.
I PUTNAM-Annie Ginn, Joseph W. .L. Carter, Manager
Hamilton Marie
lah M.'Burrows, Irene ,
B. Hensley, Adonis McIntosh, MiltonL. Stock, Ruby Mae Thomas, Ida Irene ---
Shane, lone Whitelaw, Laura Whitelaw.I Vause. -
Trentlen Bailey.
HILLSBORO-Phillipa Gray Anderson -
J. T. Bushong,Sister Mary Egidius. Fannie A. Baswcll, Mrs. Ruth Deal, Normal Students

Hilory Frier, Claudia Gordy, Gladys E. Aileen Knight, Margaret E. Newman,

Hamilton, Mattie M. Hendrix, Maude Dorothy M. Picon, Gearge D. Penholster THE BIG STORE extends you a cordial invitation .

fi. Hill, Mrs. FlorenceHudgings, Minnie Ruth Sumner. to make it your headquarters whilein

4 Hull, May Knowles, Clyde Mansell, PASCO-Pearl Aleene Ansley, Mao- tovn.Ve will do our best to supply your
Nell V. Palmer ma F. Hill, Florence A. Ingalls, Lyda
Mrs. Harriet B. Morgan, wants at lowest prices.Ladies' .

: Rosa V. Pritchard, Mrs. Carrie J. Fulane, Mildred Butts. Shoes Men's Shoes Ladies' WaistsMen's
I Phillips, Nelora A. Reeder, Katherine C. POLK-Myra A. Alderman, Henry Hosiery and Kerchiefsand
Mabel Pad-
Fortner, Frederick Ivey,
1> Salter, Sister Catherine Semmes, Virginia Dress Goods and Street Hats
'; z Smith, Mrs.Elizabeth Smith, Gladys rick, Alyne Parker, R L Sensabaugh, Furnishings

A. Wilder, Walter S. Yates, Almarine Eugenia E Shumate, Sarah Shumate, Ladies' Rest Room, Second Floor, FREE

a Ethel M Stalker, Frances W Straw, J W
Maney. N. Wilson OwnerJohnson's
W. .
JACKSON-Harry P.Cogburn, Lowell Watson. Stella V Whidden ,

Mason Hodges. SANTA ROSA-Myrtle E Holland,

". E. d. Peacock.I JOHNS-Mrs L A Hemingway, "

LAKE-Alice Love Churnh, Theresa Fay F McCullough, Daisy B Myrrison, .
: Velma D Mormon, Laura K Wilson Pharmacy
C. Dawson, Thelma B. Dent, Minnie
SUWANNEE-Lucretia Anderson,
Haliday, Ruth Hollinger, Anna Jarrett,
i', : Ellen Jarrett, Wm. Koehler, Dora Kra- Lottie Lee Green, Harry G Metcalfe, Anything in the Drug Line '
Mrs G Metcalfe Anne B Mont-
Harry .
mer, Liljie Kramer, Melba Lee, Mary

_., Lovell, Annis W. McDonad, Mary McDonald gomery, Mamie L Montgomery, Mary
D. Register, Bertha Richardson, Verdie M --
I H.Moore, Mrs. D.H.Moore,
Edith V. Robinson June Roberts, Walter Roberts
:.: If.- E. Royal, Do-
4' 4 SUMTER-Bonnie Bradford Lillie
i cia Simpson, Mrs. M. D.Stivender, Bernice ,
May Fussell Inez Huber,Vivien Huber, The Wilson
E. Moore, Catherine, Townserd, Sarah -
41 -f Ann Marsh. Leila Luter, Mrs Willie C Tyler, Willie

I ..::. LEE-Lillian C. Calclough, Fay Dil- Wynns .
: lard, Percy Dyckes, Etta A. King, Mil- SEMINOLE-Irene Winne, Ercil E Gainesville's Popular Store
Little M Martha
Gertrude Little, G
dred McSpadden, Carrabelle Tooke Lu-
'::: Little Normal Students make this stores
la M. Wade, Burlein Zweifel. ,
Your Store
VOLUSIA-Annie Virginia Bouchelle
LEVY-Eunice Coliier.Mary C.Guess, ,
Daisy C. Koss, Jessie Walker, Bertha, Herbert J Chaffer, Leone Lamboley.Mrs : f "QUALITY and SERVICE"

Wellman D. E. Williams Leora Murray, Aileen G Peyton, May
: Mary F. Williams '
) N Thomas H. Williams. Quattlebaum, Alice M Read, Mai garet, r Leaders in

L Scales, Edith Mary Stanton, Eva M '
LIBERTY- Dry' Goods Notions
; Tatum Olivia Taylor, Mary Winches ,
MADISON-Claudia B. Edwards, .
I =- Leonora Frier, Ola E.Howard, Mrs.Clif- Wilhelmina Wyllie Ladies' ReadytoWearand
: ford H. Little, Mrs. Mabel McMullen, 1
-Erma Mary Miller, L A
Clara B. Simms.
;: Adams, Maude L Saur.drsVm T Tiller Millinery
j MANATEE-Miaiam A. Harris.
MAFATEE-Mary Amelia Curry, OTHER STATESAlaKatherine
Mabel O. Curry, Julia B. Hubbell, MaryF.
J Harrison Wm C
Rigby Ark-Edw L
Knott,Orrie V. Pratt, Fettie C. Pratt
Beeson, Elizabeth Pugh, Georgia Lois
MONROE-Fred DaMerritt\ Reba B
Davis, Dora Tyler, Iowa-Laura Holt, New York RacketDry
Herrick, Grace F. Herrick, Florence G. .
Mont Earl C Beck, Mrs Earl C Beck, >;.
McKay, Glenn E. McKay.

MARION-Robert L.Bridges, Gladys Gertrude Miss-Annie McArthur P Granberry, Lula,Sassas Ruth,Jones N C, Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and Gents Furninshings.We : .

L. Burry, Minnie Lee Carlisle, Inez Cal- -Appie C Caho, Ohio-Wm M Mc- Will Appreciate Your Business

: lins, Anita May Cox', Sarah A.Forbes, Laughlin, S Car-Mrs Eunice Pressley

Eugenia F. Fuller, Carrie Halley, ClaudeA. I Tenn Tenn-Florence Akard, lola

McCully, Cevie M. Roberts:, MaymeE. 1 Marsh, China-Chin Wu Wang.

Smedley, Wynona Wcatherbee.

Bulford Ellie Whiteworth.
OKALOOSA T- Your Kodak work will receive Eastman Kodaks and Supplies Sporting Goods

OKECHOBEEORANGE I prompt attention by experienced ,

-Nannie D. Harris, EsterG. photographers at Van Sickel's Phone 7

.Heath, Carl T. Link, Eva Catherine!! Studio, South side of Square, tf -

; McQuarters, Mary B. Roney, Bess L. -

k-- Stoody, Edith L.Taylor. I

OSCEOLA-Lillian Dale, Bessie Fu- It Will
Anyone fT. the! Pay You
ren, Basil D. Hamilton Jean Thomas, I -i.j,
Virginia Tiller, Clarence A. Bailey. j'Alligator regularly will confer a} .

PALM BEACH-Lonie H. Barwick,j I I'favor by giving us notice. A to call and see our ]lines of Ladies' : I

Dwight E. Bradshaw Letitia Geiger, El-;i, note dropped in one of the Alligator Ready-to-Wear at Low Prices. it;J-JI:

len G. Hepburn, Jeannie; Hepburn, Ma-'I boxes will suffice. CUT PRICE STORE '. Gainesville .

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