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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 25, 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>]
daily
normalized irregular
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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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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: UF00028291:00251
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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,VOL. VIII GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1919 No.5",
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, er, Annie L. Long, Mrs. E. G. I like experience again. Duringthe
HONOR ROLL PLOTS BROADEN AND
Peacock, Lera H. Taylor, Leta past few days, we have pur-

White. posely walked into a few groupsof .
DEEPEN :
, Summer School Enrollment by Lee-Elizabeth J. Coram, An- these plotters and in every in- I

Counties ita Mae\ Cox, Bertha Daniel, stance they have quickly dis- !
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j ... Percie Dyches, Myra Hadden, Jealousy Probable Cause of persed. This is significant. ;

Nettie Hampton, Vera C. Hampton UnrestA i
(Continued)
Amy Johnson, Margaret PEABODY CLUB I 1 :

Gadsden-C. H. LaCrosse. Kantz, Etta King, Ruth Williams 1

Hamilton-Grace B. Averitt. man who by sheer hard
Irene E. Swint Alice Ven-
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work and bull-dog tenacity The meeting of July the 10th
Hernando-Nix. able, Bob Altman, Walter E. ;
the following resolution
adopted f
; Hillsboro Carrie- Bennie reaches a position of affluenceand
Blount, Cecil Colson. : ;
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I Boyd, LeRoy Boyette, Bertha M. distinction inevitably be-
Leon-A. Leach Rider. :1 1
"The members of the !
Peabody
Brown, Ethel Busch, Elizabeth comes a target for the less ambi- !
Levy-Lula L. Barrow Eu-
tj i Club of the University of Flor
tious whom he has left behind.:
Cole, Fannie Cummings, Lillian
nice Collier, Inez Hardee, Ivy i
ida
Summer School of 1919, re-
This accounts for the
Davis, Alice E. Garner, Elsie probably
I Highsmith, Sara K. Polk, RubyL. alizing the dearth of trained I
i Horn, Minnie J. Hull, Maud antagonism of a certain elementin
Quinn, Jessie I. Walker,
teachers for schools and
our :
Hunter, Mary E. Ireland, JettieL. the Summer School against
i James L. Mixon\ Joseph M.
that the Teachers
feeling Collegeof
and its able and
this
I Kickliter, Nannie M. Knight, Good. publication
this, our State University, is
j efficient editorship. It has ever I
Bethel Lane, Ethel Lane, Sylil
Liberty-E. M. Stanfill, M. E. '
the best and
most
fitting place j
Ley, Grace LoRe, Pauline E. Lu- Sb nfill. been true 'that while a great jI I
: for giving this training hereby
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is ahead toward
Elizabeth Clyde A. statesman forging -
cas, Maney,
To be continued) !
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most earnestly request the Board
Mansell, Lou Ella Maupin, La- a set goal and accomplishing I I
of Control, and thru them the
the the lesser :
Verne M. Nelson, Mabel H. Nel- impossible
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STUNT NIGHT State Board of Education, to I
son, Katherine Parker, Mollie G. lights are resorting to every im-
trick and scheme to im- open the Teachers College of the
Parker, Mildred Perry, Irene aginable II
Stunt Night is the annual his I University of Florida to womenon
Pringle, Nellora Reeder, Sister pede progress.To
feast of foolishness at the Sum- the same terms as men." :
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Katherine Semmes, Marie E.I be more specific, the plot-
mer School and, judging from The President recommendedthe
Shellman_ Iris N. Smith, ClealiaM. ters continue to plot. Professor I
the enthusiasm shown by the organization of county clubs 1
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Traylor, Eleanor E. Weber Wetzel, who is apparently being
students from various county preparatory to "stunt" night. I
Georgia Peters, Ezra C. Bostick,I used as a tool by those higherup
units, the event this year is go- The following program was t
Joseph G. Clemons, Claude L. sneaked into our office and
ing to be the best ever. rendered: Vocal solo, llissVil-
DeVane, Rollin Ebbinger, T. W.! upon being abruptly confrontedby i
But there will be room for liams, accompanied by Miss Miller -
Haseltine and asked to give
Farrington, H. A. R. us an ex- J

B. Hunter, D. C. Kickliter, A. F. some more units to put on stunts planation of his presence failedto ; Reading, Mrs.\ Harrison; 1

should they desire to do so, so Vocal solo, Miss Womble, accom-
Massaro, Roy H. Walker, FredR. give a satisfactory reason for I

Weeden, W. S. Yates, C. W. unless some arrangements have coming in. We dare say he could panied by Miss\ Rencher.

been made with the committeefor The following program was !
have better reason for
Bartlett, Jr., J. H. Copeland. given no
rendered at the of
meeting July
a place on the program those
Holmes-Mrs. Florra Marsh- his presence among men.
desiring to make entries had the 17th: Vocal solo, Miss Bethel -
burn. Professor Beck, with the evi-
better do so immediately. The Lane, accompanied by Mr.
Jackson-Harry P. Cogburn. dent intention of testing our met-
committee consists of R. L. Beeson on violin; Lecture, Mr.
what size coffin
Jefferson-Martha P. Cook- tle, asked us we

sey, E. A. Clayton. Goulding, Mrs. Hannon, Miss wore. We might have told him Hixson, secretary of Anti-Tu- i

Lake-Alice L. Church, Ossie Maoma Hill, Miss Stella King. 1 I the same size as one of his shoes. berculosis Society of Florida; !
: Reading, "Master\ John's Next !
Davis, Dorothy Hooks, Elizabeth I Any kind of stunt will be ac-I' But we didn't. We just gave him I
I Door Neighbor" Maud Ballen-
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Lent, Hattie V. Miller, Ruth: ceptable if it is laugh-provoking, one withering look such as we I 1 .
tine.
Rayle, Lottie Seacole, Alma I and is not too long. II only can give, and when pro- !
I MAOMA HILL, Secretary. E Ek
Sowell, Mrs. M.\ D. Stivender, voked to righteous anger by .
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Evalyn Ward, T. T. Carroll, W. All contributions to the Alli-!those who would seek our downfall -

L. Geotte, D. H. Moore, Neal gator should be turned in on I by means both fair and foul. The waiters wish to urge upon

Smith, Karl Robinson, Herbert Monday, and surely not later He fell back and was lost among all young ladies to see them before wi-

! E. Crowley. than Tuesday noon, of the weekof the crowd, and we hardly thinkhe making engagements with

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i I death, stood thus and listened,f r On last Sunday evening one ALL KINDS OF FURNITUR?,
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
; not so much as lifting up his I could have truly said with the VICTROLAS AND RECORDS
1j' Summer School Edition I'' head, yea, he opened not his I poet, "All day the low-hung
1 1j mouth. But he went down to his clouds have dropped their gar-
j Subscription, 35c for the Term house justified rather than the nered fullness down". It rained GAINESVILLEFURNITURE 1

Published Every Friday other. ; practically the entire day and it i ij j

And it came to pass, after is estimated that more sleepingwas COMPANYD. :

'4 Entered as second-class matter many days, that Legion died and I done to the square inch last

;I' September 28, 1912, at the in heaven he opened not his Sunday than ever before in the R. COX, Proprietor
postoffice at Gainesville, Florida, i history of the Summer School.It ;
of
and the last state that
ilj eyes
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
is rumored that man remained -
man was ,worse than the first. one I
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''I 1 STAFF Tfrus; endeth the parable of Legion in bed from Saturday

.; WM. TYLER___Editor and Manager and his fellow. Selah. night till Monday\ morning unconscious THE PHIFER STATE BANK
i E. G. ROOKs.Advertising Manager of the fact that it had
; W. C. RIGBY and C. D. JOHNSON ever been daylight. This fellow, Strong and Conservative I

,I';: Circulation ManagersA WILSON HOUSE DOPE it is hardly necessary to state, is Gainesville -:- -:- Floridat

not considered the brightestman \

Friday night, a week ago, was on the campus.It .
PARABLE the night of the first movie given .
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for the Summer School. A certain Eyes -IBEsSfe Glasses'
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r A certain man whose name gentleman, name deleted by is rumored that some young Tested WUr Fitted

is Legion, when the rain was censor, led the singing between wrould-be Dempseys of strong
if it the first reel. pugilistic propensities who have :t
falling even as were pouring experiments on
from buckets, draped his person I Right here is where we'd like to their abode at the Colson House Broken Lenses Duplicatedin 1

r:{ in a slicker, drawing it closely make a suggestion to everybodyput I have been alarming the country- one hour's timeC.

: t, about him, even buttoning it up, some PEP into the sing- side by their nocturnal perform H. COLES & SON
!s and set rain hat his head. The ances. It is said that on last
a upon ing. pictures on a new machine -,
; A new pair of rubbers did he were jumpy as it was, but! Monday\ night they were espiedin Refracting and ftlfg. Opticians;
f his shoes. And when that funeral an upper room divested of all
: put over over dirge began, I
all this did he and but their nether garments and II
spread a spacious they simply pined away
i J umbrella, whose rightful owner i died. Now, kind friends, don'tget having a set-to that would have I Do Business With

\ J he was not, and thus protected I sore at us for suggesting a made the Dempsey-Willard bout I The [Florida a National Bank
l from the waters that would engulf little pep in the singing. look like a scrap between Pro- ,

I him he set forth upon a Miss Kittrell has dinned it into fessor Hathaway and plain Lee Resources Over Two Million 1

t I" journey across the campus. And you almost every day, and i Goulding. Dean dox was calledin Dollars
L by the neighbors to act as
it to he
came pass as journeyed dragging still goes on. People,
r that he met a fellow-being who, wake up and put some pep intoit referee.

i' 1 with bared poll and having ; whether at Chapel, at the SHOES THAT WEAR I

i neither slicker, rubbers nor even Twilight singing or home, and "Arbuckle" Yates has a mis-

i i spacious umbrella, was slowly see if you don't feel better for it. cellaneous collection of lost articles j'
1 and laboriously wending his CROSSETTS and EDUCATORS1at
l at the dining hall, among .
t. ; way to his room which was afar which is a valuable powder puff.It I
I The Pianist: "You ought to
; off. is to be the
1 supposed same
lamp the piano the
put a on ;
1 (1-\\ Did Legion offer him his um- keys are sticky." powder puff that was advertisedall THE UNITED SHOE STORE

\ : brella, or even to share it with last summer. Owner can
Longee: "I'll put an electric Next to Bazaar
t f -I j Mm as he journeyed back with have same by proving propertyand Busy
drop-light in it tomorrow.
{''j; him to his place of abode? No, paying for this notice.
:' : not he. But the rather he hailed Jim Andrews: "What if thereis
Turn and him no oil in it?" (Note: Some
i ;,! stopped even laying -
; : hold of his suspender that people raise dumb children!) Doctor Chapman's annual recital EVERYTHING IN LADIES'
t i and was given last Saturday
he might not escape even as
1 the rain was pattering upon his Dull student: "Professor. night to a large and appreciative WEARING APPARELat

l! I r bald pate and running in rivulets Hathaway, why is it that I can-! audience, notwithstanding the
inclemency of the weather. The
i down his spine filling his not seem to comprehend this
Doctor seemed at his best and
he "
shoes to overflowing, even so work?
demonstrated his ability to holdan THE BUSY BAZAAR
t held him and released him not. Professor Hathaway (looking

i i And Legion said unto him, around to see that no one is audience single handed and Next to United Shoe Store
alone for two hours at a stretch.
: "My\ friend, I have just receiveda near) : "Well, young man, in the
letter from my father who first place you are not very liber-I .

hath his abode in the land of' ally endowed with native ability A blue check mark by your 1

I Uz. It hath but seven pages and and then to complicate matters, name on this paper means that DR. C. G. MIXSON, Dentist

; is brief. I pray thee stop whileI you got a late start." The your subscription is unpaid andis

i' read it to thee". His fellow, young man went away apparently .a kind invitation for you to City Office Building

: though wet and cold almost unto satisfied: cheer us by remittance. Phone 286

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r --------------1 immediately ended, as he slip- do not soar higher than beer,I Editor: In listing the students
I NEWSETTES ped, lost his balance and easily .:beef and dancing. Those who enrolled from Bradford county :

*. _ _ ,* settled his weight upon the have learned to appreciate the 1\only 22 names were given when ;
floor. Only a few dishes were higher things in life are apt to\ there should have been 26. The ;; :.

Some of the new parodies on broken, and Tolbert seems very be narrow in their views and attitude following names were omitted: _

popular songs, written by va- much satisfied, as this accident toward their less favored Ada Register, Eva Williams, Al- i '

rious of the more frivolous of served the purpose of the dan- friends and acquaintances.Editor. .- va Saxon, and Marvin Hazen. i'

the normalites here, are very in- cing very effectively.Miss Please make note in your next ;

teresting indeed. Of those recently edition, as Bradford deserves
received, we hand on to Beulah Hatcher was a I credit for her full quota.ASubscriber. t
visitor to her home in Lake City Editor: It is reported that the
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you the following one, to be I J
waiters fare much better than JI
last week-end, returning to i I
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to the tune of "Ja-da":
sung '
Gainesville Sunday night. others in the way of delicacies I !
at the dining hall. I am of the See A. J. VIDAL I
"Campussed"Campussed By special request from a few for I
impression that they are paid For Drugs, Stationery, Toilet I
Campussed! Now quiet, but rather inquisitive, their services and are entitled to
I'll tell the reason why young men, we wish to know ex- no better fare than the rest of Articles, Souvenir CardsWaterman's \

(While everybody's yellin') actly which sentiment, disturbed us. Will you kindly turn the Pens !

Campussed, Campussed! All slumber or shocked modesty, searchlight of publicity upon the !,

the girls are about to die! was expressed by those ladies matter through your valuable j,
, They go to the Country Club who, in their report to authori- paper that we may know whether J. W. McCQLLUM\ & CO.

and stay until two.. ties, stated that some of the I we are being humbugged.D. .- I
Dr. Cox says it simply will waiter were boisterous, rough I O. G.Dear. DRUGGISTS .
not do.Campussedz. and ungentlemanly in front of
D. O. G.: The Alligatorwill Corner East Main\ and Union :
Campussed! All the the mess-hall last Tuesday I
;;, be pleased to make some per-
girls are Campussed now.By morning.before breakfast. sonal investigations of the mat- I,
M. H. and Q. B.)
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a done, the whole force will be lYRIC THEATRE
ij j The rain spoiled last Satur- both gates leading to the green put upon limited, balanced ra- : I

day's ball game between the house, extension farm, and-er tions.-Editor. I,
Waiters and Non-Waiters, but -lover's lane. HOME BEST PICTURES' ':

be prepared-they will surely
AND Editor: The second l "News- EVERY NIGHT
CRITICAL
make up for the delay next -Sat .
ette" in the last Alligator should ,
urday. The Waiters are anxiousto COMPLIMENTARYEditor A GOOD SHOW FOR YOU !
get back at their .opponents.Miss have read, "Anybody ought to
COME ON DOWN
: I notice the social be glad to have his home so closeto I
the University that he can go TO THE LYRIC
Hazel Feltham spent the news is largely composed of 1
with about dances. Considering every week-end and see his
past week-end visiting items I
friends in Ocala. the fact that the Summer I folks." We need to be educatedto When you come to Gainesville to attend I
School does not foster dancing,I the fact that, because we haveno the U. of F. ji

"Tubby" Tolbert uses various I would suggest that such func- pronoun of the common gender You're playing the piano of life in !

means to "stand in" with the tions be ignored.-Miss F. A. T.I good use (usage) sanctions the big base clef.You're j I
form. Also it is composing music that will sure I (
masculine
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young ladies eating at his table Dear Miss F. A. T.: The mere
bring a return: (
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in the mess-hall. Recenty, he I fact that the Alligator carries customary to make the pronoun It's the song of life, that will pay j i{
amused them considerably by 1 these news items when contributed -1 agree with its antecedent in what you earn. j i

: attempting a clog dance in the i does not mean that we favor -! number. Education is something that everyday i Ii
: aisle between the tables, whileat I or encourage this form of, The last Alligator is a dandy, you will use, :
I have their English So please take advantage-its help :
but should
: we
the same time balancing his amusement. We must confess,I don't abuse. t
, tray of dishes deftly above his however, that we are somewhatmore correct.Anon.Dear Nuff SedTHE ,

head. Unfortunately, he step- tolerant than formerly. Anon: You are quite -

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Follen strange boy jumps on that push

What doth a man's money ball he means to say to the girls,
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profit him if his. wife is a 'Look at me'. When the girls all
widow? There is a man you all know, put paint and powder on their B. M.. TENCH

He is so very small, faces with a long smile or loud o Gainesville,

It is the naked truth that em- If.you would subtract his knowledge laugh, they mean to say to the
', Florida
';; barrasses people. boys, 'Look at me'." E eSHOES-
There'd be none of him at all. But I wonder what the boy

;! When you criticise a book are,So neat does he appear, ball-walker says to himself whenhe

i. you criticising the book or your So pleasant is his face, falls off the ball.-De. ?
So manly in his manners,
a own taste? Victor Cousin says
t ::! that taste is "a happy minglingof So plenteous in grace..
His facial contortions, Misses\ Sue Womble and Orlin To serve the best cream in the Sta1
reason, sentiment, and imagi- we were bound-o,
And his fund of Rencher caught a flivver Satur-
jokes So we searched and we searched tat
nation".
i::1: Are certainly more numerous day afternoon and flew to Lake last we have found-o-
That Ambrosia ice cream that is mac
j I Than the pipes he smokes. City. They returned to the in Orlando
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"The word 'dough' commonly later and Will meet all requirements that
The difficulties we have met campus two days reported 01
'j used for money, is probably a could demand-o.
I they flew a enjoyabletrip
While sitting in his class, very
:: play on words from the element At
t We'll over them and don't you through the rain and over
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l r fret, the muddy roads.-De. t
[ : : and dough is kneaded.-R.. Every lad and lass. THE COLLEGE INN !

I not .
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I The way he teaches Grammar
Judging from some statements
JUST METAPHORS Does not remote
\ : : seem made by Dean Cox at chapel the
: I pulled my boat from off the But when it comes to Rhetoric,
I' other day, someone has recently
i! .I sand. Why, that just "gets my goat". cornered him in his office and Bicycles and Supplies:
i It nestled on the wave's soft But to eliminate shortcomings,
given him an oral autobiography. -
l 'j i lap. And give him his just due, ATDoran's

, f I! I interfered; and then I saw He can certainly teach you Eng-

t ,i: An arm of water gently wrap lish, CycleryPHONE
Itself about a neck of land. And soak it through and "Madam, you must remove
t through. that suit-case from the aisle."
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; i ,N I felt the breezes kiss the waves, There's nothing that.can puzzle "Fo' the Lawd sake, Conductor -

r ': The wavelets sighed. What him, dat ain't no suit-case. Dat's
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I ; I gently turned the good boat Because he's "Hath-a-way".

L to, WILSON COMPANY

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; ; what one wills to be is charac- ,For you, girls, it is the way LADIES' READY MADE CLOTHES

; 1. ,', ter. To grow-physically, mentallyand DRY GOODS AND ,NOTIONS

f, morally.
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1! i.. study is to make every man his Come one! Come all! FINE MILLINERY] .

t f own critic, his own novelist, his To get, to give

l' 1 own poet. Enjoy the poetry of To your communityHow _.." < .-c' "Make This Store Your Store"
t ; life. It is not written down. It to'live. ; ,.

t :. is no less real, nevertheless.
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t : popular, and deservingly so. by the Peabody NEW YORK RACKETDry

Col. McCrae was a promising Dramatic Club, under the direc-
t'' Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishings.We .
poet. That he could write more tion of Doctor Chapman, will be
Will Appreciate Your Business
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than one lyric is evidenced by
I given in the Gymnasium on Fri-
t the litte! poem, "Anarchy".
day, August 1, at 9 p. m. Indi-
Have you read it?
cations point to the best ever, IT WILL PAY YOU

and the price of admission will to call in and see our stock of Summer Shoes, Skirts and Waists
i J. T. Diamond, member of the

State Board of Control, is at the be only 25 cents. Tickets at the
CUT PRICE STORE ;i
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