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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 11, 1919
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>]
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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 )
 Notes
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028291:00249
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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i VOL. VIII GAINESVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY. 11, 1919 No. 3 1 I :
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j HONOR ROLL H. Burke, H. D. Adams, Austin BASKETBALLLast BASEBALLWaiters
I Armstead, Boyd Carleton, Rich-
i ard A. Cox, Warren E. Cox, A. Saturday afternoon the

I Roll of Summer School Students Heyward Davis, W. L. Edwards, Waiters and Non-Waiters met Take Second Game of
; by Counties Wilbur L. Fattig, William B. upon the basketball court to try I Series from Non-Waiters bya
Feagle, Allen Haile, W. B. Hathaway their mettle in that line. The Score of 6 to 5
j John P. Little, Jr., LouisG. Non-Waiters sent out their teamas I :

Alachua-Celia C. Abstein, Lyell, Edwin R. McDonald\ follows: Moore, center; Grey,
Mrs.\ B. D. Adams, Ruth Adams,|; Jack McDowall, R. O. McEwen\ ,I 1. forward; Beck, r. forward;: The Fourth waswell celebrated !

Mary\ Arrington, Lucile E. | Robert Mason, Alfred :Maxwell: Potter, r. guard; Johnson, 1. by a close game of base-
Adams, Mrs. N. Baldwin, Janie' Claude S. Ogilvie William Y. guard. Their basket throwing; ball between the Waiters and

Barry, Mamie Beasley, Carrie i iI Patton, George C. Roberts, Raw-{ and team work seemed perfect Non-Waiters which finally
':Bell, Helen Bell, Natalie G. Bell,J Jj ley Scotten, Charles F. Smith, until the following team stepped: proved successful for the for-
I mer. The Waiters had nearlythe
j Effie Brooker, Marjorie Caruth-!; Jr., Frederick G. Swartz, Far- on the field to represent the: J
I ers, Mrs.\ W. S. Cawthon, Edna ron C. Todd, S. A. Wilkinson, Waiters: Cornell, center; Drig-i same line-up 'which held up
:E. Chesnut, Dorothy Colson, Ev- Claude Willoughby, B. Finley gers, r. forward; Hail, 1. forward their reputation as real players. I
alyn Demaree, Zella Dew, ClaraB. Williamson, Jr., Harry E. Wood, ; Clemmens, r. guard; and i The Non-Waiters put in severalnew .
Downing, Annie E. Dorsey, Devoux Vrooman, John G. Fos- Hall, 1. guard. men, but it availed them I
Daisy K. Dyess, Annie Lee ter, Duke Truby, Durand Tucker. From the start the Waiters nothing but a little practice. The 1
Farmer, Josie George, Mary F. showed an ability to master the 1 Waiters had them beat very bad, I
Hannon Julia E. Harn Cora but upon a few disputes they I
(To be continued) situation. Mr. Beck was dis-
Harwell Annie Mae\ Hawkins gained several runs, but it was !
: abled in the first half, his leg
Kate Ora A. Hiatt all right for "Arbuckle" Yates !
Hemphill, being sprained at the knee. ,
Mrs.\ Mabel Howard, Rebecca B. Y. W. C. A. ORGANIZEDAn Mr. Roberts proved to be an j did not want to take up for the ;
t Waiters too much he leaned :
so
,Hudgins, Dellglazier Johnson, able referee in the girls line and '
II to the Non-Waiters. The Non- ;
Lillie T. Landers, Dorothy Lar- enthusiastic crowd of girls, will some day make a good one,
tigue, Lydia A. Leivonen, VeraI. including the ladies of the facul- if he does not show partiality. I Waiters did not want to quit at I

Long, Bertha L. Love, Lillie ty, met on Monday evening in When Cornell took Hall's placein the end of the fifth inning on ac- I

Love, Louise Love, Annie H. the Gym to organize the Y. W. center the Nons went up in count of the Waiters being !
McLean\ Mrs.\ J. W. McCollum, C. A. in the Summer School. The the air. Clemmens had a few I ahead, but even at the end of I

Mary\ P. McGraw, Mrs. S. E. following officers were elected: fouls called on him, but as he the seventh inning the Waiterswere ; I

McDonald, Helen McGhee\ ; Anne President, Miss\ Naomi Hill of says, "How can a football player -I still ahead so they had to I
cool down and lose the great se- i I
.McKinstry, Belle McKinstry\ Dade City; Secretary, Miss help but try and carry 'it ;
Lottie E. Mahin, Ruth Mal-\ Mary\ E. Ireland of Tampa; thru?" The sympathy of the ries. A large crowd attended '

,phurs,_ Ella B. Mathews, Lois Treasurer, Miss\ LaVerne Nelsonof crowd was with the Nons, but and it was cloudy and just cool l
Miller\ Jeanette Morris\ Joe Tampa. The Social Service the spirit-well. enough to be an excellent game 1

Anna Morris\ Lydia E. Mad-\ and Publicity committees will Friends, this waiter proposi- overflowing with laughter and "j

dox, Bernice Nail, Opal Os- be appointed later. We are sure tion is becoming serious. If a joy. There were many yells
the ladies which made
teen, Ollie Owens, Ellen Pepper, that the girls who found it im- girl passes along there is eithera given by i'
.Frances Philput, Myrtice L. possible to attend the first meet- waiter near or one coming.The the boys feel good and play with i'

Polk, Louise Raulerson, Ruby L. ing will come in the future, for sports are held down by regular old Florida "pep". ,'

1!Ricks, Ruby W. Riggs, Mamie a very enjoyable and profitabletime them and also some very volup- 1
,Roberts, Myrtle Roberts, AnnieL. is anticipated. tuous "rats". Their "sling of FOUR MEN WHO NEED NOT

Salmi, Gertrude Sapp, Caro- MARY\ E. IRELAND, Secy. hash" is superb and their "hot SAVE i i
!line E. Smith, Helen A. Smith air" is wonderful. So let's all II
1 Anna B. Thompson, Ethel Tucker give "three times three" for the They are ((1)) The man who is :J (

- Kathryn Tucker, Wilma Watson Chapel is held three times a waiters. The final score was 28 sure of his job for life. ((2)) The : t

Clarissa Whitaker, Inez weeklIondayVednesday and to 4 in favor of the Waiters, the man who has no dependents and
!jWhitaker, Ruth White, Alice Friday. There official announce- Nons making their scores on never will have. ((3)) The man 1
;Willoughby, Mrs.\ Gertrude E. ments are made and all are held foul baskets. who never expects an opportu- i:

I Willoughby, Madula\ Woolf, Ora- responsible whether they hear nity or a necessity calling for ,

I bel Wynn, Effie Rolfs, Sallie Pin- them or not. Young people, you Buy W. S. S. for wise, sensible money. ((4)) The man who does- : f'

!koson, Mrs. J. 0. Todd, Mrs. J.I I had best attend. saving. n't care. I !!
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I ( THFioRIDAAiliGirOR I ers. Many\ teachers, sad to relate LOCALS ALL KINDS OF FURNITUR. '--1--

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have been overpaid. VICTROLAS AND RECORD
Summer School Edition i as teachers have been quick to Miss Irma )annenman en-

condemn the public for failing!joyed a visit to her home in Tar-

I Subscription, 35c for the Term i to provide adequate salaries. pon Springs during the past GAINESVILLEFURNITURE

I II Now that this matter is aboutto week. She left here the afternoon -
Published Every Friday I
be rectified, it is high time Wednesday, July 2nd, COMPANYD.

Entered as second-class mat that we reciprocate by preparing : and spent the Fourth and fol-

I ter, September 28, 1912, at the I. to measure up to the higher;I lowing week-end with her rela- .
R. COX, Proprietor
postoffice at GainesvilleFlorida, standards that the public is setting -! tives and friends, returning to
under the Act of March 3, 1879.:
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t' i STAFF I It is not so much a question of Paul Stinson, one of the University -
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E. G. RooKs..Advertising ManagerW. I "What does he know?" but Normalites here from

C. RIGBY and C. D. JOHNSON "What can he do?!" Tarpon Springs, spent the past Strong and Conservative I:

Circulation Managers week-end in that city with his Gainesville -:- -:- Florida

I CRITICAL AND home people. i

i COMPLIMENTARYEditor ,
i To cram or not to cram, thatis
During the past week, Miss\
the question.As
: I subscribed for the Louise Love visited her home in BBSBfe GlassesTested
Eyes I -
I f this issue of the Alligator Alligator, but as yet have not Alachua. -*yWtFitted'

f received single It is trueI
a copy.
is devoured by its hungry and, Tennis is becoming more and .
I have not paid, but I was informed -
! i. perchance, thirsty readers, the I more popular here in the sum Broken Lenses Duplicatedin
of hench-
I School will be half by one your hour's timeC.
Summer gone. mer school. Every afternoonand one
that I could later whichI I
men pay ,
r Now for the home stretch. evening sees a larger num-
j fully intended to do. But if H. COLES & SON
a ber out on the courts than on
I I do not the I
get paper see no
l "An apple a day will keep the the preceding day.A .
, : doctor away." reason why I should pay. Refracting and Mfg. Opticians
Yours B. A. D.
t t :! An onion a day will keep everybody dance, under the directionof I 1.l

I away. the "University Jazz" orches- I
t Do Business With
!. Dear B. A. D.: On receiving]
tra, will be given at Palm Point

f In the present issue is begun' the your above name, I personally and found lookedup that I Country Club next Friday night. The Florida[ a National Bankj

a list by counties of those attend I All the Normalites are invited.
you are to receive your paper at Resources Over Two Million
t ing the Summer School. Owingto M
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Peabody Hall. I looked still I Dollars
t the large number in attendance Doctor Murphree, presidentof !
missing
\ further and found all your -
this list will continue the University, has just re-
labeled and laid out
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through several issues. The Alligator I turned with Mrs.\ Murphreefrom I!
for you in Room 19 as has been I SHOES THAT WEAR
would particularly com- an extended trip throughthe
announced both at chapel and in I
mend this list of teachers to the West. The Doctor, in a I
I the dining hall. There are a:
I attention of superintendents and short talk at chapel Monday\ CROSSETTS and EDUCATORSat
number of others at the same
f school boards throughout the I morning, expressed himself as
place and we presume they will
; t state. In the selection of teachers highly gratified at the splendid
eventually make the complaint.We .
t young men and women, and attendance and general conductof
I have faithfully fulfilled our THE UNITED SHOE STORE
i ; older ones for that matter, who the Summer School. He
j part of the contract and shall
: have the ambition and energy to touched a responsive chord of Next to Bazaar
expect the same of you. The Busy
I attend summer school should be his audience when he predictedan
subscription price is 35 cents.
R i given the preference. It may be immediate recognition on the
An early remittance will be ap-
; said almost without exception preciated.-Ed. part of the public of the true

a ; that those who attend the summer value of the teacher to the com

1; schools are wideawake, progressive -, Doctor Fisher, the bird man, munity and a corresponding upward -! EVERYTHING IN LADIES'

J t teachers. Furthermore' has arrived. Classes in bird revision of the scale of
WEARING APPARELat
( they should be favored by an increase study have been organized and I salaries.

: of salary commensurate the early morning hike has been i

h ; with their enhanced value to the instituted. It is one more sightto Vesper services were conducted -

.: community by this-further preparation see those people eat break-i on the campus last Sunday by THE BUSY BAZAAR

o i I at their own personal expense fast on their return from one of: Mr. White. The attendance was

: j which, in many instances, these rambles. The entire school; unusually large and all thoroly Next to United Shoe Store

: can ill be afforded. The public is vas treated to an illustrated r! enjoyed the hour. Mr. White

;1 thoroly aroused on the question lecture on birds by Doctor Fisher -i made some practical applica-

; of better salaries for teachers. last Thursday evening. Many\ : cations of the parable of the

e Public sentiment is favorable to of our own native birds were i Good Samaritan.. A number of DR. C. G. MIXSON, Dentist

better salaries, but along with shown. Several heads were seen I subscribers paid their subscriptions Office

this will most surely follow a to duck when the nutcrackerwas to the Alligator next day, City Building

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r -,- -. - - t It is to be expected that a "The foolish man wonders at was an entertaining picture for 1 !!

. NEWSETTES large aggregation of Normaliteswill the unusual, but the wise man those of the Catholic faith. i

i attend the dance to be held at the usual."-Wm. D. Nowells.
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After they had changed the next Friday night. Why? Because Writing scenarios is of much see it is a pleasant day today." i 1

subject of their conversation i the "University Jazz" will value to your pupils. It trains Doctor Chapman: "I see you' :i j

several times, he began to showoff be there to officiate. the dramatic imagination. An are not looking at it." I II

F to her his great knowledgeof eighth grade pupil started one i I

the philosophy of the beginnings BEX on "Yussouf" as follows: "All fortunes have their foun- : ,I

; of man.Suddenly YUSSOUF "
dations laid in economy. : I
he turned to her and The world honors the man Caste i

asked: "Say, Iris, how many who is just himself.Be Yussouf; Abou-Yussof's only I
children did Eve have anyway? son; Roushan-Yussouf's fol- See A. J. VIDAL i

Her reply: "Adam up and a live wire and you won'tbe lower; Kurroglou -Yussouf's For Drugs, Stationery, Toilet J
!" follower Ibraham A band of
see stepped on. Arabs. ; ; Articles, Souvenir Cards 1

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"Who is the man who wears a Act I Waterman's Pens i
"We dare not trust our own 1
smile The blood-red sun
-- Scenery-
house
wit for making our
Upon a beaming face, pleasant to our friend, so we is rising on an oasis in the 1
And hopes to dress his wife in buy ice-creams." Emerson. desert. The yellowish sands i J. W. McCOLLUM & CO. !

style, Had Emerson lived today he stretch off until lost in the dis- DRUGGISTS j
And gain social place?" tance.
a might have had something to
say about bridge and dancing. Argument-Yussouf is helP-I Corner East Main and Union I II II
"Ditto" from Charley Bart- ing his son Abou prepare I

lett: trip to a camp about seventymiles I;
"Meek men grow up in
young
"I used to be a romantic young away. Yussouf gives Aboua
libraries believing it their dutyto i
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Mister, very swift horse to ride, so he LYRIC THEATREHOME
the views which Cicero -
accept
Had a girl and often kissed can travel safely. Abou startson I
which Locke, which Bacon f
her, the journey with Yussouf ac-
have given forgetting that Cicero BEST PICTURES I
But I asked her to wed ; companying him a short ways.
Locke and Bacon were only
And she solemnly said The father bids ,his son an af- EVERY NIGHTA I
in libraries when
"I can never be more than a young men fectionate farewell and turns toward -
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sister". they ,wrote these books. -R. the camp. GOOD SHOW FOR YOU I

N. Emerson. COME ON DOWNTO I
Generally speaking, the
Newcomer (aveek ago) : THE LYRIC !
"What clothes should one wear Had you ever thought that I Fourth was a quiet, uneventfulday ii!i
to watermelon cutting down language leads and does not follow at the University. At 7:30in i!

the dictionary? Look up the evening patriotic serviceswere I
near the-Green House?" When you come to Gainesville to attend -
I student: "slacker", "camouflage", "Bol- held in the Gymnasiumhall. the U. of F. 1
Pessimistic
and young raincoat." oism". Yet they are good Eng- 1lr.Vhite, Y. M. C. A.i You're playing the piano of life in ;1 i
"Umbrella lish. And "movie" and "flu" Secretary and Physical Director! the big base clef.
You're composing music that will sure 1
are demanding entrance into our for men, conducted the devotional -! JI
One of those "Campused"one bring a return: (
time too many: "If the Dean I accepted speech. I exercises. Doctor Hodge of II It's the song of life, that will pay i!

doesn't take back what he said !. the.Summer School faculty made what you earn. j !
bananayellowshirt the address of the evening. On 1 i Education is something that everyday 1
to "He wore a
this morning, I am going will use, f ,
tie, and rose the whole, it was an appropriateand i you c
a
pea-green
leave college. i So please take advantage-its help 1
Mrs. Peeler: "What did he red socks. It is not necessaryfor fitting celebration of our!I don't abuse. ''I' ;
?" me to state that he had a natal day. This was followed Nuff SedTHE +I :
say ." at nine o'clock by a movie en-I
complexion.H. -
Melancholy One: "He told me chocolate-brown
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i l NATURE STUDY Developing Thrift, Correlationwith PEABODY PROGRAMThe S H. O E S

: the Home, Wise Buying, 1
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Dr. Hodge, in his Nature The Budget, Food Values, Sav- Summer Peabody Club
: Study Class, often manages to ing of Time and Energy, Con- met in the Gymnasium hall last H t-
!r -,, "kill two birds with one stone" servation of National Resources.Our Thursday evening. The enjoy- B. M. TENCH

I by having each member record most progressive educa- ment of the occasion was mani- Gainesville, O"
t ; I his or her attendance for the tors have for a long time been fested by the hearty applause of
Florida |
i L' day by writing an answer to concerned over the problem of the audience at the conclusion of E E..

l ; some little quiz such as, "What inculcating Thrift as a habit in each number. The following I :

i. experience have you had with a our boys and girls. They have program was rendered: '
SHOES
J garden?" "What plant do you worked out a plan. Our govern- Violin Solo-Frank Parker. .
r like best?" He seems to be ment has adopted it, and needs Reading-Thelma Hannon. t .

4 [ :. !ighly entertained by the answers the help of every teacher to car- Reading. Mary Leila Honi- .
he gets. I ry it out successfully. You are ker. You've no doubt eaten in your time

: The replies to the question,! invited to come to the Thrift Piano Solo-Mary\ McKay. Some Ice Cream that you though

f "What plant do you like best,I talks. They last thirty minutes. Vocal Solo-Vve Jouls.ReadingMarjorie divine,
i i 1 and why?" reveal some interest They may give you some useful White. But when you try our "Golden Glow'''
: I You'll surely it tastes like "mo1
ing things. There were forty-' ideas. MAOMA HILL, Secretary. say

: nine papers handed in. The rose At
proved to be the favorite with AMERICAN POCKETSEllis
THE WATERMELON CLUB
t sixteen members, the violet with THE COLLEGE INN

I !t 'six, the orange with four, carna- Parker Butler, author of, .,
This is the latest organization "First and Last"
tion with three.
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, : peach, apple, grape, fig, those attending the Summer well be built up side down so

lily, pansy, honeysuckle, chrys- I School. It was formed to meeta that the money could spill out as Bicycles and Supplies
anthemum, pine, walnut avocado popular demand to fill a long
fast as it is put in". If you "just
I tomato, poinsettia, sycamore. felt want. I can't see where the money goes", ATDoran's
t Thus we find some plants chosen The following officers were why not keep an account 'book?

1 simply for their beauty, and elected unanimously at the close I Then you will see. Also you will Cyclery
some for their beauty and utility of the last meeting of the club see how to save. I
t combined. But the most significant by a sitting vote. Their term
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I thing, so far as nature of office will automatically expire If you would be wealthy, thinkof
i study is concerned, shown by when the last available
saving as well as getting.-
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; the answers is, that love for melon has been eaten. Franklin. ,
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., these trees or flowers began, in Dr. C. F. Hodge, Presidentand
most cases, in early childhoodand Chief Carver.

that they are now cherishedon Prof. E. C. Beck, Vice Presi-
account of long association dent and Chairman of Ways and WILSON COMPANYQUALITYSERVICE
with home and family.It Means Committee.

I behooves us teachers to encourage Prof. P. H. Hensley, Chief In

!, and cultivate in our spector.H. .
pupils a love for flowers, since C. Gillette, Treasurer.W. .

\ early impressions are the most L. Goette, Secretary and LADIES' READY MADE CLOTHESDRY
I lasting, and Dr. Hodge says, Head of Salvage Department.
"The love of a flower in the O. K. Roberts, Doorkeeper.J. GOODS AND NOTIONS

r heart of a child is the highest W. Watson, Janitor.

thing that nature study can hopeto This club is rapidly growingin FINE MILLINERY]

develop". popularity and all who can

meet the requirements are invited -
"Make This Store Your Store"NEW
I THRIFT to join. No initiation fees
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are required, but a candidate ,1"--

1 !j The aim of the Thrift Lec- must first satisfactorily demon-
strate his ability to eat a melon
tures is not merely to tell you
without cutting it and must also YORK RACKETDry
t '1 why War Savings Stamps are a
i furnirh: a fed fcrn".J..
good investment. It is to dis-
cuss the whole question of the Lon:; live the inventor of the Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishings.We .
Will Appreciate Your Business
: wise planning of one's life, in I watermelon!

the home, in the school, in the I

community. Some of the topics "Cheer up, young man, there
: treated are Conservation of are plenty more fish in the sea." IT WILL PAY YOUto

;1 r, Health, Increasing Home Efficiency Rejected Suitor: "Yes, but the

Correct Principles of Investing last one I tried to land got all call on the. Cut-Price Store and see its stock of Summer Shoes,
Means of Teaching and my bait." Skirts and Waists
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