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Title: The Florida alligator
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: February 6, 1920
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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;--;- UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1920 No. 17 j



0 COURSES i.' POSITIONS OPEN TO I FLORIDA BAND 1!J1 UNIV. MINSTREL ALUMNI FAVORS



ARE OFFERED SENIORS AND GRADS TO MAKE TRIPSWILL TO BEGIN WORKFIRST BUDGET SYSTEM t



FOR SEMESTER I I L ENSUS Ul'UEAU HAS POSITIONS \: GO TO TALLAHASSEE TO REHEARSAL TO TAKE FOR ACTIVITIES L

PAYING $1,700 AND $2.063; OPEN SERENADE GIRLS AT WOMAN'S ]PLACE MONDAY NIGHT AT 7

p.x OF TEACHERS' COLLEGE FOR ADVANCE STUDENTS AND I: COLLEGE AND MAKE TRIP TO O'CLOCK IN THE GYM-TRIP ENTHUSIATIC REPORTS FROM

BOUNCES. OPENING OF REGrLAR GRADUATES OF UNIVERSITY.An : PALM BEACH IN MARCH. TO BE TAKEN SOON. OLD UNIVERSITY MEN THRUOUT -

SPRING REVIEW COURSE' BY
THE STATE BROUGHT
SOl Jl\L DEPARTMENT.JOIMALISJHS opportunity for employment in Special Features, Soloists, Saxaphone ;t Although rather late in the season, I SECRETARY O'BYRNE. '
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i I L W.e Census Bureau aV YfashvngYon,", Sextette and Orchestra, Will Entertain the Fifth Annual Florida Greater ;;

OFFEREDCourses oren to Seniors and graduates of the I Ladies at Capital City and Audiences !' Minstrels will begin: work Monday:,: GRADS REALIZE NEEDS .
.1 ( at East Coast Resort. !
College of Agriculture, has come to !1 ; night in the Gym when the first rehearsal -:

., in Social-Psychologyl'olitical 1, the attention of Dr. Murphree in a :! The University Band is practicing ;/ will be held at seven o'clock. Such Fee is Pa\ed h> Several Leading '

Science and Other Regular Courses letter from the Chief Statistician for I i I hard for the trip to Tallahassee to'' All men with musical talent, or with ,, Schools in South and Supports All

I Scheduled in Catalogue to Begin Apiculture of the Department of !''serenade the girls at the State College aspirations will be given a chance and ,\] Activities of the Respective Institutions -

With New Semester. | Commerce. Dr. Murphree is requested -'I I for Women, on the twentysecond the competition for places in the show !j jI ji Without Collections.

, to recommend at least threw '! and all members are looking for-i i {
will be conducted along the same lines
j Dr. Cox, Dean of the Teachers' Col- : men, either Seniors or recent graduates ward; with beaucoup pleasure to the !I I i It has been ascertained that beyond

, lege has announced the opening of of the Ag. College, for appointment occasion. A trip to Palm Beach has i i!as for the athletic teams, the best man :; doubt the Alumni of the University

the Spring Normal Course. This ,' to positions as examiners and also been arranged and Director i: for the place.
I ; are very generally enthusiastically in
I course is opened to all teachers and editors of Agricultural Schedules: : Marks is working hard, and the boys ;i Plans were originally made for an

ethers throughout the State, and en- and assistants in the preparation of are attending band practice very t ti ;J extended trip through South Florida, j favor of the proposed special budget,

rollment! can take place at any time.In the reports of the Agricultural Cen- i i regular now, for it means two good i ij : J which was explained in detail in last
has 1 j trips and few of them would i;I but owing to the protection rights of 1 week's issue .
previous years this course sus. If they receive an appointment very of the Alligator. Mr.O'Byrre
i these miss it for the world. i one of the big: road shows, the University of the Alumni
been! very popular: and a record num- \ by the Director of the Census I j secretary association -

ber of enrollments is expected this men will be employed at least one 1 Several novel features have been I j Minstrels were unable to get the I has just returned from a

Spring. year, and probably longer, if their '' arranged for the occasion. An orchestra ;, dates convenient, and as the band had : trip O"erariou3 parts of the State,

The Extension Department has secured -' services are satisfactory. Appointees I will be taken from the band : trips planned to Tallahassee and Palm during which he obtained the views

the service of Prof. J. W. Norman ( must be in Washington and ready to I and will render selections and a saxa- j Beach, it was thought for a time im. of all classes of the Alumni concern-

and Dr. J. H. Fulke, of'the Teach- ; take: up the work by March 1, and if i phone quartette, vocal quartette and : possible to put out the show. How- ing the proposition: and found that it

us' College. Piof. Noiman will' go to ] possible, may do so on February 16. I i cornet:: and vocal soloists will also be I ever. a new schedule has been arranged meets with almost undivided support.

Orlando once a month to teach a' classin j I Graduates in Agriculture and others i along. { and the show will play Jacksonville : He reports that the men most out-

History of Education: while Dr. t! who are especially well qualified will Tcny Regero will render several vocal -, Ocala and probably St. Augus-:i spoken in favor of the plan are those I
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solos, while Xeil .Marthlette will { tine, as well as here. The show will !
F 'ke will teach: a class in Child i receive $2,065 for the first year'swork I who were active in the management M
at DeLand. The rest of the I while undergraduates will be perform on the cornet. Other features -i j robably make its bow to the public j of undergraduate activities: white

Study is taken by correspondence. | paid $1,700. Applicants should be are being arranged and will be :< about the fifteenth of March. | they were in the University, .and '1
cease whereby reared farm'! announced later. Due to the fact that there will be | hence best to
being perfected | men who have been on a j qualified speak concerning -
:plans extension are department will send :1 and who have had practical: experi-I The trip to Palm Beach will take I such a short trip for the minstrel a I the legitimate needs of the a 1

the place during March, the band leavinghere i dramatic of kind will')'
to a larger number of i once in agriculture, in addition to the ; production some very necessary extra curricular ,
instructors throughout the State. ability to perform office work efficient- on the 6th. A grand concert will ;robably be staged under direction of i I blanch<,s of student activity. They {I
joints: in : be staged in Palm Beach on the nightof the University in the spring. Plans I the that J
College of Agriculture.An j ly. These who have specialized are universally of opinion I II:
extensive in poultry work I II I Farm Accounting or Farm Economics.i the nth, and as this is to be the are being worked out, and the show : the proposed budget would place each I
course train feature of the evening, it is expected will be under direction of the Minstrel ;I
offered in the second: semester,', should be especially fitted for the | of the activities: on a firm financial I
will be '
i direction of Dr. Sanborn.Dr. : work. Complete information con- .. that several thousand people organization. The young ladies of' basis, as they: should be and are in
under the will hear the band that occasion. I Gainesville will assist in the I!
on probably
is prominent: in the 1! reining the qualifications for the positions most schools, and in addition relieve ,
Sanborn
.
The band will: in Palm Bach
oy stay production. I the student of the
body
connection with the extension j offered can be obtained annoyanceof
University in until the 11th giving concerts each I I
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The assessments for the
instructor consulting with Dr. Murphree. frequent sup-
: department and as an j day. The orchestra and other features -j NOTICE, STRAY GREEKS! i
I of those invaluable adjuncts to
excellent opportunity port
for farmers, ; positions offer an I
i in the short course: will also give daily entertain- "j I
and he will conduct' his poultry work j for College of Agriculture men ments. Thirty-six men will ,| There wit) be an important meeting ]\ the University. .
will be of great educa- compose It has been noted that there is a
for the work
j.
,1heecond{ semester of each year. I the band at both! Tallahassee and: of all Strays in the chapter house ;
the the student
of them, aside from slight tendency among
value to
University tional I
Tan the
Ln B. of Palm B ach. Sunday night at 8 o'clock.
I
in the College salary received. II body to object"to the provisions of the I
California, has registered I --- -- --
: budget for certain: items, notable the 4

student of Agricultrue.and he is Tan enrolling is a Chinese as a- ;. COMMENCEMENT INCREASED SIZE "Y" LIFE WORK ; Y. M. C. A. and the Seminole. Mr. ::1

j
O'Byrne states that he was unable to

ter's Junior.have work.enrolled A: number for the of other second students semes-(' DATEOIANGED FOR ALLIGATOR''' PROGRAM 1 BEGINS I discover of the Alumni a single concerning objection the from appropriations any I 1


1 : for these two items, and :
Arts and Science. I
ADDITIONAL SPACE WILL BE i FIRST OF SERIES! OF LECTURES that, on the contrary, they received
Psychology,
Social OF ALABAMA
Courses in PRESIDENT DRURY -
GIVEN PAPER ON ACCOUNT OF BY LEADING PROFESSIONAL more than their proportionate share J
,
Journalism
Science and DELIVER FINAL I
; Political WILL
:MEN IN STATE WILL BE GIVEN '
INCREASE ADVERTISING AND of hearty support from the Alumni. "
will be offered in the college duringthe GRADUATES IN :
TO I
i to the i ADDRESS NEWS MATTER HERE. ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. All are' agreed that the Y. M. C. A.
semester in addition I
second CLASS OF 1920.
,l 1 is an indispensable institution, and
and
courses in Biology, Chemistry i -- i iI The Y. M. C. A. has been planning ,
that it merits the of
All Presented this week for sure source support i
catalogue. your approval -
logic scheduled in the H. Drury of the
I President George for sometime a life work program. which is provided for in the
the Political is a larger edition of the Alli- i pro ,
deliver
except will
of, the courses { University of Alabama, This program will run through the posed budget.

Science have prerequisites.Miss Divis- l the Commencement address here on gator. In this new size the management I I'I larger part of the second semester. The Seminole, too, is a record of

Foley of the Extension in i June 1st, when graduating exercises j'I hopes to have more space for j I Men who are outstanding leaders in college life which should be personallysupported
ion will have charge of the course class of 1920 will be held. I their field have been askedto ,
under| of the every college activity, and asks the | particular by every man, and it is
Journalism, which will be run President Murphree will, deliver the I and address the student bodyon
1 come fair that its
; only financial needs
English. It will University -| co-operation of every man in the I Ii ,
of i the
the Department Commencement address at "Why they have chosen that par-
should be met by an impartial levy
For i school "For
Greater Florida. Plans
be a one hour credit course. ', of Alabama. I I a ticular profession for their life work..' the entire student body. Sucha

:further information, see Dr. Farr or A change in the date of Commence- had been made to increase the space i H. B. Minium, President of the upon plan is the only one which will f

Miss Foley. for ', ment week was authorized by the 'II!' by the addition of another page, mak- Florida Bank & Trust Company of place the Seminole on a sure footingand 1

Dr. Cox will be the intructo.i' and i,Board of Control when it met here a' ing eight pages in all, but this in Jacksonville, and a member of the :' make it a credible college annual t
the course in Social Psychology, j and the various exer- j State Board of Control, was to ha'"e'
those having I short time ago, creased size will make the paper nearly j for a great University like Florida. r
this course is open semester only to in Sociology J: cises will take place a week ahead of the same as last year's Alligator, i!i spoken Friday, February 6. This In general, the Alumni favor the !: 1

at least one the time announced in the catalogue lecture is postponed to Friday, February -i j budget because they know that it has t ,
: '
Philosophy.
and the fix\ will be continued.
Political Science, or Primaries which pages
: 20. ,
the
of
class will On account always been d.fficult to keep the necessary -
The first meting' of this will l take place on the eighth of June this Sometime in the future, when different W. A. Edwards, Atlanta, Ga., State student enterprises en a paying ,I

be at 8 a. m., Monday, when it year, the date of the first was thought' !' financial arrangements :are made, ; Architect for Florida institutions will | basis: and because of the fact ;

be organized. in I; best. ; there will probably, be eight pages. speak en Friday, February 13, presenting that in most of the Universities of the i

Dr. Leake will offer a course I A speaker 'for the Baccalaureate;: Material for this paper is abund- his profession as a life work. : South these enterprises are aided by ;
similar
Political Science 3d. This is i selected but *j ant the the Venable will speak on':'
yet
Civics. sermon has not been on campus, only trouble Dr. John G. a plan exactly like the proposed sys- ; .
to an advanced course in this j it wall: ber'some prominent'member otj 11 being that there are not enough men i Friday, the 27th. ;i j': tem. The following excerpts from +
to 1 1I
There is no pre-requisite Methodist church. here who are willing to cover the dif I Other speakers will be announced I' bulletins will "
the various University
i
course. The class will meet for orjanzatin *The complete program for the exercises -1 1 ferent "beats," and all of the work in and their dates given from time to i demonstrate this fact: 1

;: : () Tuesday at 8 a. I.No } Sociology |I 1 will be announced later. !I| the editorial department has to be time. It is i hoped that all the lead-I "A fee of $12 is required of all ; .1.1i

permanent instructor in t dene by two or thee men who give ing professions will be repres nted so t
been I I students, to cover infirmary, gymnasium -
and Political Science: has I ATS AND SCIENCE OUT their time, gratis, to the paper. In ; that every student in the University i and student activities. Another J

secured :yet to fill the vacancy 'cause 1 FOR BASKETBALL SCALPS j! other schools the managing editor receives -j will have the opportunity to think item., Initiation fee to Literary So- ,

by the resignation of Dr. Nft\velU L.' 1' some compensation, and provision seriously of their life work and that : University
entrance to
players ciety (paid on
I' Simms. Arts and Science basketball 1 is made for the associates, or i these lectures will assist the men in j of Georgia !
basketball $2.00.-University
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are making rapid strides reporters. I I making their decision for their life ( "

f I : The Manatee River Journal saysthe (, world, according to their ardent The men with journalistic aspirations work. This is but one of the helpful ( 1919-1920 Bulletin. Alabama Bul-
The of
Florida Grapefruit Juice Company!supporters, and have even gone so far will be given an opportunity to |; programs of the Y. M. C. A., to be ; University
The letin shows the following summary:
started operations yesterday. as to plan on a trip through the State, :: take a course in Journalism during I{ inaugurated the second semester. !'
expressed yesterday secured. Per- I __ ____ i i Registration, Incidental, Gymnasium -
first juice was providing games can be the coming semester, under Miss Foley __ _
1 I afternoon and from now on the factory -:'1j mission has been given to make the : of the Extension Department. II[ The incessant rain and windstorm \! and Medical $24.00; Student Ac-
.
will be in full operation. The hear of tivtiy fee, $9; total $33.00.At
doubt we will soon has caused great damage ,to the newly -
1 and no I Ii
trip _ _
received.to It j the University of South Caro-
j financial support has been this team cleaning-up over the State. The citizens memorial committee to i iI planted potato fields on the East ;!
keep the factory going and the | the Aggies, i erect memorial the at East : lina the fees paid at the beginning
t : After two games with raise funds and a to 'I Ccast. The large farms Paj j
fruit that is still .to be picked will be j jhandled. j !I submerged I of the term purely for student activities .
i confident that they can i soldiers, sailors and marines of Du- i 'atka are said to be completely
theappear
t't It is anticipated that there !'I'j I about whip any team of their: size.Their' i i val county, who lost their lives in the 'I and many will be a total loss. exclusive of regular University
deal fruit for the just ,, fees total $19. ,
of
will be good
a
This
!! line-up follows: I World War, will hold an importantmeeting Hastings reports heavy damage. : t
, With the j has added a
Tech recently
next two months or so. : Georgia ,
1 I Connell, center.Friedlander ] in Jacksonville, at which !loss is more serious because of the ,
going at top speed it is expected Student Activity Fee of $6.50, at the
factory letffc 'forward.I j time the organization will be perfect- shortage of seed potatoes.The .
of the off : students and the Alumni
quantity the -
that a large \ request of
outlined to raise funds
Green right forward. and plans
will be saved. Fed
and off color fruit I News-Record is Association.Thus .
size Fernandina
build the memorial. The memorial -
t and
I Gray, left guard. i
-its engage- I j Cohen, right guard. f will be erected in the recently purchased begging the people of that city, who it appears that if the proposed y
opened I
Vessella's Band is approved by the
L build houses for budget system
able to do so to
for Subs: C. Duncan, forward; C. Anderson park on Riverside avenue, are 1
on Sunday r<<
Two
ment in St. Augustine 1 1 rental (Continued on Page )
Park.
Memorial
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i! SUBJECT FOR OGLETHORPE COLLEGE

Honor men but not necessarily in BURNETTTHECLOTHIERNUFTSED

i f I 1920 ANNOUNCED their scholastic or athletic standing! :

j alone, will receive the College Coat : If
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: Dr. A. A. Murphree, : of Arms according to a new rule pass-j j
I President Florida University, : ed by the faculty of Oglethorpe Col- j

i Gainesville, Florida. lege. The Petrel says: j I. --.; r 0

My Dear Mr. Murphree: : "At a recent meeting of the facultyit .

i Owing to war conditions the Florida was decided to award each year as I
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Division U. D. c., have omitted offering a special honor to a limited number New Spring Models Now oa ..

I their annual medal to the State of students, a sweater bearing the Display-S30.00 to $<0.00. II h ,_ __ ___ __ __ _, __ ____ ___
t Schools of Florida. Hots-tvtr, wt sire coat of arms of the university. ,

t now ready to renew our former cus- "The method by which- these students MEN'S FASHION SHOP I

tom and I take pleasure in announcing will be selected has not as yet THE WHITE HOUSEOne

1 that the subject for this year will been made public but the points upon Tampa Florida I

i be one most interesting to Florida which the selections will be based are 1. of Florida's Best Hotels
I -out1s-"Florida.s Part in the War as follows: Scholastic standing,
f Between the States.* character, interest in school activities --- -- -- -- Rates from $3.50 to $5.00 per day: American Plan.
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; # L I am sending you a copy of the leadership, standing with student NICK DAMATO
rules governing the contest, and inview body, and athletic record. Prices Marked in Every Room.S. .
of the fact that this notice is ; ;
This idea is cniaue so far as OGDEX CHAD""ICK.Ianager.
HIGH GRADE ,
late in being sent out, I will extend
Southern colleges are concerned and
l ( the time for sending in the essays TAILORING ) .
: although wearer of the coat of
I 1 from April 1, to April 10. Please
arms' have the I
may not necessarily
I see that the subject is given publicity .-
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in your institution. this will be one of the highest hon- Phone 511. ADVERTISING IN
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of the historical evening May 6. In BUDGET SYSTEM f'PALM'

I planning my program, I would like : t PARLOR
I to have a talk on "The Boys of the: (Continued From Page One)

I South in the World War." Would Board of Control, Florida will take I __

I it be possible for you to give that talk,'' her place in line with other Univers f "ICE CREAM DELUXE

E r or, if you have another .
li i for that date, could you suggest onf expectations

: f't t of the faculty that could do it? viding in a business-like manner for jf Popular and Classical Sheet Music. High Grade Candies.

Very sincerely yours, the success of student enterprises.
( Mrs..) Emmat Gayle MeFadden, I tLb K Crane's Exclusive Stationary.

i Historian, Florida Division, U. D. C,': COTTON-AND HOGS. 1
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i i The farmer who- grows ten acres of
t Subject of U. D. C. Essay for 1920 Many customers have not denied
I : cotton and,at the end fo READ
poor year THE
ADS
That their tailor IN
Florida's Part in the War Between they have tried THE ALLIGATOR
f owes it all for hog and homindoe.sn't
the States. Rules for Medal ConS -. One they once have patronized
I put much money in the bank.
; test' : ; And has left them dissatisfied.But .
S 1. The The farmer who grows five arces of 1 laffiffifHS2ffiffiffifi I -.. .
first '!
requirement is accurate see trade is suchI : -r P'lP"I..I" I
you my
1 history;.. fullness of treatment, good cotton and raises corn and hogsto dare not reveal too much
# iI literary ability and skill will also be feed his family on the other five I shall welcome
I considered. can. at the end of the year, bank his your approach C l
{ i; With a firm hand-shaking clutch. i KNIGHT & WALL I
cotton clear
1-. '. 2. There must be nothing about money as profit.
# '-1 an essay to indicate the identity jf He's the farmer the American Cot- Your all welcome and dear to me

l :;k the writer or the college, but each ton Association stands for, the farmer As the boys of the University !ffi DEALERS IV
ALL
t must be this wants to I try to charge the smallest fee SORTS OF Yi
.t signed by a pen name, and newspaper see more
.F accompanied by a sealed envelope of. Which is one's best remedy. ,I Athletic and Sporting Goods

having name of the writer on the inside The American Cotton Association

r l and on the outside the pen name encourages diversified farmnig instead UJ Yi
TAMPA
that is signeJ to the of the old all-cotton FLORIDA
essay. A state system, so LJ;
JACKSONVILLESPORTING
ment from one of the faculty of the that every cotton farm in the South _

college that the writer is a bona fide may become self-sustaining through it :: -

M student of that college, and there- the production each year of ample GOODS ;'f Z't: : = -- :: ..*-- 5 ..w= s fe ._JSSjj
+; fore entitled to compete for the medal supplies of food and food crops.
r must also be sent. COMPANY jj A COMPLETE LINE OF FURNITURE

3. All essays submitted become John W. Rebells, the Wauchulaman M"fhe Sportsman's Store"*
the property of the Florida Division; who killed his neighbor and tti
AND HOUSE
the names of the medalist and those friend, D. D. Gammage, and then at- 129 West Bay Street Phone 74S FURNISHINGS CAN BE

receiving honorable mention will be tempted suicide by taking Paris Jacksonville Fla. M FOUND AT !'
the only ones announcel the Contention his
to green, cutting throat and shoot- ..
and public. The decision of ing himself has been declared insane tt W -
the committee is final; all who com- and taken to Chattahoochee. Two

pete must understand this and be will- poor women and several children have John "Furnitu 'e"
DICK REIDMEN'S Seagle
ing to accept it. been left be cared for and the u

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by April 1, deepest sympathy of the people of
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*t 1T i Could Talk !

t Van E. Huff, Editor. ,rIl !

-t i t :.{:: : .v.;... R ii. 4 K: >.... >tr.v... .1"..v.a >tr Ya 1 tr a ).r.v. .,.r.i >v at 1..v... u tr .n.. .1..v.r.. Kr.v... }Kr'i }'..,r i .. 3 1
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+ + + + + + + + + Athletic Association '
J + + for such sports. : THEY'D TELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WEe +
t CAMPUS CLUBS Moviesould provide one high COULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE .
+ class show a week in the gym.: Lyceum +
) I TIME THEY WERE CUT FROM GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY
4 + I would cover the expenses of WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE THREE '
4 + + + + + + + + + + + + special entertainment features good'I .
as PORTER STORES TO BECOME PART OF THIS GREAT ORGANIZA-
\ acount of examinations this outside musical talent
On I and noted lecturers TION'S POPOGANDA OF QUALITY. .
reek there were no meetings of i or speakers, prominent in every .
the societies on the campus. How- j i field of activity. i +
ever,regular meetings are planned for 1! Special funds would apply for defraying -' BLACK, BROWN AND TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT THE @ ,

next Monday, and in many of the or- I| expenses of student delegations ; e FOOT COMFORTABLY AND CORRECTLY, 0I I
ansations the newly elected officers such as that which went to Tallahassee -, + .
will be installed. II last spring, and other special I I : Everything that Men and Boys Wear :

calls upon the student body from time
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Farr Literary S<)tiety. to time.
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Reading from Service-Oberholtzer. :
Current Topics-Mai thews. I PATRONIZE ADVERTISERS. t

Address-Friedlander. I J a
Business houses advertising in The
Installation of officers with Inaugural .
address Merrin. Alligator do so for two reasons. First, (/
Inaugural address-Oberuo!'fer. I to help the paper, and, second, to secure .

the patronage of the University : Corner and Laura Jacksonville Fla.
A. T. O. VALENTINE HALL. I' students. They deserve the patronage : Bay :

I : and when ;you deal with themI !d
Invitations have been issued by the I I you are fulfilling an obligation, and '> :]

..\.T. 0. for the annual Valentine ball, i simultaneously helping The 'Gator.i i....0d....Q......................... ......... .
"which will be given on the thirteenthat
i i Here is a list of our advertisers I --------
the White House. This is one of I II I t
taken from last week's
and paper: Vansickel, photographs. j Wolf Brothers. An old farmer was laboriously fill- : :
the social features of the year, !J Baird Hardware Company.
plans have been made to have this ball i I! Lilienblum, bicycles. I Burnett the Clothier. : Smokers Supply Company. ing out a claim against a railroadcompany )
I I I which had killed of his
I t one of the largest: and best dances i! Higgmbothapi: Brothers, groceries.Lyric : The College Inn.Jacksonville. I i Adam Katz, clothing.: \ one I!
cows. lIe came to the last item which
r \er given here. A large: number of I Theatre, movies. i Advertiser j Hotel Hillsboro. "
I was "Disposition of the carcas? After -
visiting girls are expected to attend. I t \V. S. Dorsey, groceries. I Jacksonville Sporting Goods Company i Bailey the Clothier. puzzling over it for a while he
The Original University Jazz will I B. M. Tench, shoes. I i Knig'ht and Wall, hardware and wrote, 'Kind and Jentle.-IIarper's:
4 :furnish special music for the cc=asion. Students' Laundry.Otto I Porter Clothing Company. l athletic goods. 1! Weekly Magazine. i

F. Stock, tailor. I Southern Music Company. I Dick Reid, men's furnishings.Otto : i
; SPECIAL BUDGET REPRINTED i Gainesville Fruit Store. I Greenleaf and Crosby, jewelers. P. Stallings, insurance.The ; A grapefruit: is a lemon that had
;\ FOR REFERENCE. Alachua Restaurant. I' Levy's clothing. St. Petersburg Board of Trade, I a chance and took advantage of it.-
I Sanitary Fruit and Produce Com- Tampa Advertisers. St. Petersburg. Crimson Rambler.
I
Reprinted below is the proposed
budget from last week's Alligator.Due pany. ----
to the fact that examinations I' Ford Headquarters.
lave been in progress this week the Florida National Bank.
matter has not been receiving much Gainesville Daily News. '
attention, and so it is here reprintedfor Gainesville Furniture Company. Q naiuecI Cn
reference. Molnar's Dining Room. : : : \
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Special Budget. American Shoe Repairing Company.University .. / : ....

Gym Fee ______..._._......__._._..........$3.00 t Book Store. .....I.. :> \. ..
Y. M. C. A----------------------------- 3.00 ; Nora Norton, novelties. 't. -

Intercollegiate ..Debating.. and. i Phifer State Bank.J. _
Literary Societies............ 1.00 W. McCollum & Co., druggists.
Minor Sports .__.......-...__.......... 1.50 pepper Printing Company.J. ,,,Ss..rt Line Ca na r Y-r
Jlovies ........... .......m---....... 1.00 S. Bodiford, druggist.
Lyceum 00......._.. _...m...""..".."".. 1.00 j C. H. Ccles: & Son, jewelers. F{ r

Alligator .................................. 1.00 The Thomas Company, hardware. Qii'Lt9
Seminole ___..-.m.---.. 2.50 Burkhim's, men's clothes. -r
Special Fund ........._..........---... 1.00 '! The New York Racket, clothes and .: .) .
shoes. '

Total ..__-...................$15-00 Alachua County Abstract Company. ., I1 IQ
It is the idea that such a fee cowl.1 Miller's, confectionery, ice cream, ;
be expended under the joint directionof i stationery.
the Faculty Committee on Student I, John "Furniture"* Seagle.
Activities and of the Student Body.If United Shoe Store.L. .
such a fee is adopted no can- C. Smith, jeweler.The I
vass of the student body would be White House Hotel. . :necessary, or even permitted, as it is Marable, photographs. '
at present. Doran Bicycle Shop.
The items arc explained as follows Palm Parlor, ice cream, confectionery. .
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traineror Wilson Company, ladies' wear. 1
The Gym fee would provide a
instructor for all students and The Big Store, department store. ..;,.
would make the gym available toall 1 Blanche Cafe. '-.
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students at all times. I Nick Damato, tailor. fV t:
The minor sports here, include all Florida Barber Shop. .
excepting: football and basket ball.No ; A. J. Vidal, druggist. A DRINK with an individuality-with a flavor i
funds are now provided by the t Sanitary Barber Shop. -f" distinctively different and better than any .1 1
other you have ever tasted. :i;

!, One glass of GREEN RIVER will pleasantly '. 1

! convince you of this fact, and it's delicious taste 1 C

is equaled in the purity and wholesomeness of'J: :

A COMPLETE LINE its ingredients SCHOENHOFEN COMPANY .-'.'. E

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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT f : THE WELL .A Eyes ...... G' -""s
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C Dewey A. Dye; ..._._.._.._. .....-.--_._..._.__..._.-_._.__ Editor in Chief j I r* Tested. }II'I''',\<< .:7.b Fitted .
Goodrich Copeland; _._.__._................._.--.____..__m._..__..? Managing: Editor I A Deep Subject. <' ,
H. M. Friedlander,._Asst. Man. Ed. Leslie D. Williams, _._.... Local Ed. tV At.V'. -=- y ,,

Randall Hunter, ___..... Sporting Ed. Henry Fuller, _Asst. Ath. EditorII. + V .i V V 1. V V .r
R. DeSilva, ___ Contributing Ed. "Bivins & Norton",._._Exchange Eds. .I ( : WE DO OUR OWN LENSE GRINDING. NO DELAY t

t t -BUSINESS DEPARTMENT I i., if they are ,: $ C. H. COLES & SON t

; J. Velma Keen, ______________..._._._______m_._____._ Business Manager i done. ,
f W. Gunn, _...--....-_.________________ Assistant Business Manager II IIW. I Yes, sir. You understand of course. Jewelers and Opticians. Gainesville, Florida, t

John II. Carter, Jr., -._ -- ---------- Circulation Manager I' that we' do not deliver pictures .until I I'I .. .. t
they" are paid for. ,
Entered as second class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at I'I
"1 'bat? Why, when I sat for them .
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3 you told ire I might pay whenever I
Place all communications and news items in boxes designated'for that I ,
choose. _
, I purpose in Peabody and Language Halls. r.
"Yes; but that was merely to make !r THE THOMAS COMPANYCOME
t Rate:-The Florida Alligator! $1.50 the year. I you look pleasant."-Philadelphia '

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F Ledger. ; : IN AND SEE US FOR BASE BALL FOOTBALL
: THE PROPOSED BUDGET. : -TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS.
She dress
l wore a ; I
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An addition: of fifteen dollars to the entrance fee seems like quite a lot -'-
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of money to pay at one time Jor the purpose specified in the budget proposed -
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of wit.-Ex. -
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.. in last week's Alligator, and reprinted this week. It is a considerable sum I _
t t of money for a student to part with at one time, and under the conditions with i ii I Two traveling salesmen were "00- ---.

which most of u* come here to school but in looking the budget over, and I II i ing" France a few weeks ago.: In one I' Popular Goods At Popular PricesAT

j i I considering well the separate items, it is really a saving of probably ten or j town they had a small, stuffy room in -
l 1. t # fifteen dollars to the average man, and the elimination of numerous requests an old hotel. The boasted !
for a dollar or fifty cents, or a quarter from time to time throughout the I II I one window. The room first night they only ; i i E U R I( H 1 ill S
school
; year. I were trying to sleep, when one remarked ;
I l i
I True there are some items which might be done away with, and which I that it was very hot. '
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f many of the men do not care to support. But the additional charge now evolves I 'Open a window" then, suggestedthe --

! t on those who are anxious to see these various activities go through here as a ,! other. The hot one felt around in

j t benefit to the student body at large. I he dark till he reached the glass ,,1 I -

I } i The fact remains that the activities are here, and it is up to every man panes, but he could not by any means I THE NEW YORK RACKET

: : to support them not alone for the good of the school, but for the benefit which I pen them. Finally, in desperation,
: ; he derives frcm: them himself. The education one receives is not all found in I Ii he grabbed his shoe and. broke the AgeFlorsheim for

i t books, but in the various activities of life, as well as in theoretical knowl- 't glass. Shoes

r edge. Therefore, we should look at this matter from a broad point of view "Ah," he sighed. "Feel that ,, ..
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! and although we may not care for some item on the list, we should think of ;: re ze?" I ":J

I ; the other fellow. Then, too, that this matter has been under consid:?.ation j In the morning they found that he -

f for some time and the budget proposed is the result of a careful investigation, ;i' 1 had: smashed a bookcase door.-Ex. ;I':
II : by the school authorities. I ;
Alachua County Abstract Company
Other schools in the South have this After Examination !
I adopted system and found it very j i B. I... CoLon, President.
i 1 satisfactory. They include all lines of student activities under this. head, and i! Jet First Rat-I like"those questions :Members of Anericanssoda1ion of Title Men. Members cf Florida
begin DIS
: their plans have resulted successfully. UgS.
; Association uf Title Men.
1 Second Eat When
I' I "Discuss"
see
\ Florida is a comparatively young school and due ta the fact that there J I[ feel "Disgusted."' GAINESVILLE FLORIDA.&Akft1 .
J are many crying needs for the State funds which we receive, and which we : ,
It r l do NOT receive, it has been thought best to bring up the question of this 4t --:---

t i. budget in order to give the school more activities, which will give to the men I

f a rest from the monotony of school life, and will raise the entire morale of the I

f institution.The i iI
I "Y" should not be censured for supporting the cause of this new I j
. I budget. In reality it only receives three dollars. j

: '' True the Secretary handles the money for several of the various activities ,

i i i under the system but it is only his duty as a student worker and is in j,

: connection with the University primarily, not with the Y. M. C. A. crgani-
i zation. !

1 i It should be remembered that the "Y" here is a part of the University !!

I organization and not a part of the War Work, directed by the Special 1 !
t Board of the General Y. M. C. A. The "Y" may have and probably did make : : S \ N -
J many mistakes during the war. but it must be remembered that it was the

I War Work branch of the Y. M. C. A.;and n:;t the civilian or regular part. i

i The "Y' is a University institution and should be supported, nt; censured. nc
: Secretary White is a regular fellow, and is worth making an
I acquaintance.

I The Alligator is behind the. proposed budget strong! Here are a few t:

i j reason why: J

l Because, it will increase the subscription list and thus enable the Uni- ',
: ; versity to have a paper worthy of the time. Not supported by the advertis-

; ing abne, but by the students, well, every man will get the paper at a
: 1 lower rate, and thus as a subscriber or rather a share- older in the organiza-
t I t tion will feel a greater interest.
1
-1 The Seminole will be available for every man and will be at a lower

:t rate. At the high rate charged, it is impossible to sell every man a copy, ,
I 1 although it is the duty of every man to take one, as a reminder of the year at ,j
school. The Alumni will be able to purchase the Annual, and thus keep up
I with their Alma Mater. .
t (
t + There will be an opportunity to give Managing Editors of the two '

f I student publications some monetary remunerations for their work, and thus -- fy

1 i will encourage men who are acquainted with newspaper work to try for thepositions. f. ; r ;

f r Bath of these Editors put out as much work on their respective '

: k S : publications as the Business Managers, and receive nothing for it. In other 0
y large schools these men receive something for their work and thus encourage I
a higher grade ofork to be turned out. i
t i
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I r The Alligator haJJ always been crowded for space, and it is with great ': The Power of Electricity

..I.Ii pleasure that we put out this larger paper. Plans were made to have eight ;

t t':'i pages, but for the present the new addition will be sufficient, according to the : -.j in TransportationELECTRICITY

i t business management, which gverns such things as the size. News spa-e Geie-atar ivora of one of the hydro-ticetrie
j has always been at a premium in our paper and it has been a continual strug- ptaiu.ivhuLifcuot'ypyV"Loth. C.M.ASt.P.
I i i gle between the editorial management and the business department for an the has leveled out Electricity is the power which

I increase that would prove satisfactory to both, and still keep the paper on a ;' steam locomotive Continental, marvelous Divide. The .drives the trains of New York City's

} paying basis. However, the Business Manager took the initiative this week, i i after a century cf development as,can-it i* subway and elevated }"sPrr.s. It.
T and surprised the M. E. with the announcement that the size would be in- '! not meet allcf the present demandsfor operates the locks end tows the ships

!, creased seventy-two inches. This, of course, gives much more space for hot I I{ Railroad Some Advantages of transportation facilities. Its electric pels through the the Navy's Panama latest Canal.super-dred-It pro-

't, air, etc., for which we duly thank the B. M., and pray that the day may soon j, Electrification rival has proved to be far superior.On naught the New Mexico. Electric
come when The Florida Alligator will have eight I
pages. mine
t jI j Ss.iaa the ation's CM! the locomotives have replaced theslowmoving
I mountain divisions of the mule and the electric
References to the State Executive in last week's Alligator were placed Lower maintenance co.ts. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul automobile has also ccme to doan important -
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i i there as fillers by the company which prints the paper, and the manage- I Gteat.er. reUabGtJP' aDd fewer Railway-the world's greatest elec- service. Such acl.K vetnents
ment of The Alligator is not responsible for them. We are too busy with delan. trification-giant electric locomotives were made possible by the extensive
today lift
other matters of an ever increasing freight research and manufacturing activities i
importance to bother with such
1 __a small thing as politi' :g. I.I I. Ability header to trains haul smoothly at lIitrlkr tonnage also over the mile-high Rockiesand cf the General Electric Company. :
6JIeei1. make traveling clean and
f It appears that the Semester Examinations are becoming rather Endurance r comfortable. They utilize the abundant

f Contests. Operation of electric locomotives energy of distant waterfalls Electricity has become the universal :
unaffected and motive It contributed ..:=
t by extreme then by power. has t
- cold. returning
some of t'- is
--- efficiency and comfort form ,(l
-- to every
power to the
i trolley,safely brake
AbiNty the of transportation service and in this :
t. brake trains
i l { Ce5"Ddmg: grades trains by re oa their on descending: grades. And evolu General Electric apparatushas
i turning power to tie trolley capabilities are not impaired
by played_ p large part from
MILLER'SAgent .1 excessively cold weather when the mighty electric
Steam locomotives to.
Y engine is frozen
id
; helpless. the I.
t ; tiny lamp for the automobile.v

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tt ,' RULES REGARDING 'i ed States, shall be fined not more than RALPH ..STOUTAMIRE ..WRITES '

; five thousand dollars, or imprisoned 1 II
I ON COMMUNITY CLUBS.
I nt: more than five years, or both. "Classy"u
r. GOVT.
tt tt --. EQUIPMENT Article 1264. Same.-Whoever shall j i A third article has been received:'

I steal, embezzle or knowinfly applyto I from the President of the Alumni { I
BEING ISSUED his unlawfully sell,
' NOW own use or Association.
. .. I; !I ,I I convey; or dispose of, any ordnance, ::: Community Clubs-Why? I i. In Style '
J r M\ arms, ammunition, clothing, subsistence -!' :
t I Equipment I It has been the policy of the pres
DW\ I (I pow being issued Uni- I stores, money, or other prop- :
\ : versity students ent administration of the Alumni As-
. by the local unit of I! erty of the United States, furnished fabric andtailoring :
e eJ i I the R. O. T. C. is \ ; sociation to encourage and foster the :
government to be sued for naval
property 'or military or
.; Beat It ForBailey's |4 !| and must be regarded by the men as I service shall be punished as prescribed creation of live County clubs, of men' .
I :, such. The following is published for | in the preceding section. i j at the University, and of those who i
: the information 1 have graduated and left and other old
i( of the men: Article 1265. Robbery, Larceny, 1
Florida
in
living
The : men any particular I
Quartermaster Department is etc.-Whoever shall rob another of
i j locality. We have adopted this policy Sold on basis of
I now issuing
I 1 equipment to every man any kind or description of personal I
because
D in the battalion, and it is hoped that to the United we are honestly convinced Quality suit
7. I property belonging 1 ; every I
; Tampa's 3 by the that such organizations are the only
Ii i end of the week each man shall States, or shall feloniously take and '
l i iI
have received his hope of any effective Alumni Society guaranteed to give
equipage. the shall be fined
,
Ii I carry away same
; looking to the onward and upward
YOUNG MEN'S
:I The complete list with the price of I not more:: than five thousand dollars trend of our University.In I satisfaction or money .
fallow [or i imprisoned not more than ten years,
r STORE ,4 I I\ ......................._.__.........$ .23\j\i or both. i a :Military organization any com back. I
[ Breeches, O. D. woolen..___.____.... Article 1266. Receiving stolen munication from the commanding officer ,I

f I Coats, O. D. woolen_.__..___.__...._ 9.79 i j |propt rty.-Whoever shall receive conceal | to an individual" passes through Snappy Young 1 1I .

[ : Cords, hat ....-.m.m.m.._ .09 | or aid in concealing, or shall J "military channels. That is, if the : Men's and

: New Spring Modelsin ( I Hats, service ..__....m_...._____....._ 2.00 j have or retain in his possession with colonel wishes to see Sergeant B, of'. I: more con-

\ : Laces, shoe ...............__000__._.._ .10 j intent to convert to his own use or Company K, he notifies the captain of servative models for

1 ; tJ |t i Leggins .m'.m.....__.___":'..._.. 2.20 \I gain, any money, property, record, Company K of his desire. Any mes-
# : older
J | Ornaments, collar ....-..--..-..---.- 07 i' voucher, or valuable thing whatever?! sage from Sergeant B to the colonel men.
i j Shirts, flannel, O. D. __.._ j must pass through his captain. Why
|i -- 3.50 1 of the moneys, goods, chattels, records i!
j SUITSHATS J Shoes, russett ..........-..____._ 4.65 i| or property of the United States, J is this? For the reason of discipline i (: Hart Schaffner &
and for co-ordination of the units that ,
I Pins, tent shelter ((5) ______.... .05 which has theretofore been embezzled ;, : :
make the main
Pole, tent shelter ........__.__._..._... 19 stolen, or purloined by any person, i up organization. Marx Suits

f i'l Tent, shelter half ..........___..___... 2.62 knowing the same to have been embezzled I When Attorney-General Palmer I i
and I Ropes, shelter half m "____m_ 06 stolen, or purloined, shall be i drew the lines of his drag-net to catch ; $40 to $65

i I Bayonet and Scabbard -___.__. 2.72 fined not more than five thousand dol- "reds" recently the signal war to the ; I I

SHIRTSWEHAVE I j I Brush and Thong 000"'__,_,___" .20 lIars, or imprisoned not more than dozens of Federal agents mattered I "Society Brand"
I I Can, bacon _.___.. five throughout the Nation and these I
i -.000.000. .20 :; years, or both; and such person }i j 1 Suits :
I1, I Can, condiment _..______ ____ .48 i may be tried either before or after j i iI : agents affected the many arrests. i
J !11 I Canteen ........--..-------.- .. .611 I j I the conviction of the principal offen- i'j Why was this? Because Mr. Palmer ; i
1 1t
r( $45 to $65LEVY'S
(1 i Cover, canteen "".000_".___ .61 i i der. I I could not personally arrest all the ; !
| Cartridge belt' 4.52I I j thousands arrested in those raids. It

),I Gun sling ........._:::=:::..._. .. .....: .48j I I THE MISLEADING CALL. is only through minor organizations
] 1 THE STOCKBAILEY I Haversack .m.m..._.....____..... 2.90 I I that the major one can reach the :Indi- t
) vidual.
i I Oiler and Thong case_____..__ .20 j jj j The coming census is going to show ;
i j Pack carrier ....._._....__..____ 2.90 I II wonderful 1 It is for those reasons tha: we are', j
some growths for Florida,!!
I Pouch, 1st aid pkt. .-..---.__.__. 16 I ]I anxious for the Florida men from any Bay and Hogan Street.
! I 1' Rifle, U. S., Cal. 30 ______.._. 30.00 I II I but not the least surprising of the j particular community to get together JACKSONVILLE FLA.ADAMKATZ&CO..

I I Meat can .........__.?.?...._....L! _____. 1.50 I, things it will reveal will be the number j I in clubs. We have noted with much I

. Cup ,.........-.-----..- .___000_ ..3aI of folk gone from the farm to the I pleasure and satisfaction the forma- i j
I THE CLOTHIER !-r1, Knife __..____... :L_____ .12 I city. The call to town has been a '! tion of many clubs already, Duval, : l

#I : Fork .... .... .. ....... 07 strong one it has been misleading | Tampa, Lake, Ocala and a few others.'
Spoon i i ..::.:....==..==..=.=.=..- ... :07 !i ; a i There could easily be two dozen such j
t 203-207 Lafayette St. !21! one. j clubs. Get together with a smoker j I
i I It has been the shortest
TAMPA FLORIDA Total cost ...... ...-................ .....$78.80 a matter of a luncheon, theatre party or anything. ,
I j I j It is of utmost i importance :that each I hours, the highest pay, and the least j You have things in common; come to : CORRECT CLOTHESFOR

i*__ _... .:::,::.;.! man understand that this is government work. The Saturday Evening Post 1 realize it. Make your organization !'
<< [ property, and as such, must be depicts what we have gone up againstin :i reach back home. Reach out and ;i MEN
taken care of and returned when he the country as well as in ordinary i touch the prospective student; create''

I i separates himself from the University. industrial and office jobs. It says: :!I public interest in our school; wake : I

"Before the war applicants for a I| up the old men and stir them to action ,
Army Regulations, Par. 290 : I
PICTURES and PICTURE FRAMES says I YBOR CITY, FLA.
1 commanders will that position usually asked two questions: j 1 I
"Company see II
: all public articles in the possession of I Can I get a job? and what chance It is equally as important for clubs ,-- -- - I
have I to work ? still of old to be formed in the various I
NORAH and I up They are men j ,
their men is kept in good order
I asking two questions What do cities and counties of the State.
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that missing or damaged articles are I !j. W. McColIum & Co. : .
pay? and what are the hours? These Some day I am sure there will be U.I j ,
Greeting Cards I duly accounted for. I are both perfectly proper questionsand I J of F. Clubs in many cities of the I DRUGGISTS"The :
II The following laws and regulationsof : I the answers important to the applicant country. (The writer happens to be I Rexall Store" Gainesville. I

I the War Department bearing on j i but as they are put today the the only old Florida man in his i I Agents for )
I i! this point are here published: I I attitude of the beginner to his workis town, but he has a University Club f LIGGET'S and NORRIS CANDIESIF II I
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i|' Military Laws of the United States crystallized in them. He is not just the same. He is president, vice-i i ,
ENGINEERING COLLEGE; Revised Statutes, Sec. 3748; act March only asking: How much can I get? president and all. Full attendance at'' ; I i

J4 I, 1909. but, How little can I give in return \ all meetings so far). ITS PRINTING SEND IT ; :
The professorship of Civil Engin- Article 1262. Sale, barter, etc., of for it, and that is just what this class There is much to be derived from | TO PEPPER : I
eering, about to become vacant by the ,clothing: arms, etc., furnished to sol- of employes give.A i such a club. The individual obviously '

much-regretted resignation of Pro- ; diers.-The clothes, arms, military boy of eighteen, with a grammar- gains much, directly and indirectly.Such i Loose leaf books and supplies i
fessor Drane, will be filled by the appointment -;, outfits, and accouterments furnished school education, without training and i a club of college men, getting | PEPPER PRINTING COMPANY: i I

of Mr. Percy L. Reed. !iby the United States to any soldier experience except as a shell passer together with common ideals, must | Phone 136. '

Mr. Reed holds the degrees of C. j i shall not be sold, bartered, exchanged, I during the last six months of the mean much to the general welfare of : 1 I Ii

E. and M. S., from Lehigh University, pledged, loaned, or given away; and war, applied to this employment man- that particular locality those men __
has had six years of practical experience -i i no person not:: a soldier or duly author- ager for a place in which he would will, in course of time, become the
in civil engineering and 11 I ized officer of the United States, who have had steady work, a chance to undisputed leaders of their people. I

years of college teaching, divided has possession of any such clothes, learn a skilled and highly-paid trade, Why? Because college men are as a I
between the Carnegie Technical arms, military outfits, or accouter- with promotion to anything higher rule more capable of being leaders and JSBODIFORDDRUGGIST E I
Schools and Drexel Institute. He en- ments so furnished, and which have for which he could fit himself. "! ruling than are the average citizens. i I

tered the army as a First Lieutenantof been the subjects of any such barter, His first and only question about I; Such a club would be of inestimable 4 I

Ordance and was advanced to Cap- I exchange, pledge, loan or gift, shall the place was: "What do you pay?" II value to Alma Mater because of the'' 1
tain, from which he has recently .received i have any right title, or interest there- "Twenty dollars a week to start wealth of material that could be turn '_ _ I
his discharge.L. i in, but the same may be seized and with," was the answer. ed in the right direction and as the' I

E. Benjamin of Ocala, has en- : taken wherever found by any officer "It isn't cigarette money," returned molder of public opinion along the' I

rolled as a special in the College of 1! of the United States, civil or military the youth as he passed out. lines of higher education, as well as HOTEL HILLSBORO i !
Engineering. { and shall thereupon: be delivered to I This boy, with overtime, had made of other education. And those clubs ;,

I Friends of Prof. Higgins of the College -I any quartermaster other officer authorized -I $60 a week as shell passer. He has j i i would then make it possible for the I II ;
of Engineering will regret to to receive the same. The been loafing since the day of the ar- central alumni society to do more ef- TOP 0' TOWN

learn that he was called home sud- possession of any such clothes, arms, I mistice, waiting for someone to hirean I fective work because now it has to
accouterments by uneducated unskilled correspond with every single one of
denly last week on account of the j military outfits, or inexperienced,
death of his mother. Prof. Higgins |, any person not a soldier or officer of I and unwilling"boy at $60 a week. |i its members, which is obviously im- I II I .:; f 's i
is expected to return next Saturday. j the United States shall be presump- I That is bogey to him.-Tampa Trib-J I[ possible. ,
j, ___- tive evidence of such a sale, barter, une. j Then, may we all come to realize I
! i loan, or gift. I the importance of the part each and .II
pledge
of exchange,
Florida farmers paid an average I TAMPA FLA.j j
| Article 1263. Embezzlement, steal Vegetables are moving in large : all of us bear toward the forwardingof I ,
$241 a head for. Florida grown hogs j i i
at a hog sale at Fort Pierce last ing, etc.-Whoever shall embezzle, j quantities from Manatee county and our cause and may we DO some 1I 1---- -- ,
the are receiving splendid thing. Let's see which clubs can do
I money, property, growers i
week, and yet there are those, who dc steal, or purloin any ,
returns but to the effect t the biggest things. Get together and
not realize that Florida is soon to be record, voucher, or valuable thing reports are Do Business With
whatever, of the moneys, goods, chattels that the prices in the fruit marketsare i! make others feel that your County is ,
of
one the greatest hog producing
I States in the Union.-\lilton' te. records, or property of the Unit- quite low. j I on the map. PHIFER STATE BANK. .

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