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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
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: July 23, 1920
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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SUMMER SCHOOL EDITION :


VOL. IX '
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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1920. No. 6 : !ri t
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ENTERTAINMENTS_ BEING GIVEN IN SOCIAL -ANNUAL\ PROGRAM GIVEN IN UNIV. GYM. 1,1,


HALL OF MUCH PLEASURE AND BENEFIT TO We Assure You LAST SATURDAY NIGHT BY DR. CHAPMAN ::'


MANY STUDENTS--PRIZES GIVEN FRI. NIGHT OF THE PUREST AND ---UNIV. WOMAN'S GLEE CLUB TAKES PART ,. '::1

I BEST DRINKS AND UNFAILING !
SINGING, PIANO MUSIC, GAMES
AND AWARDING PRIZES TIE PLAYED OFF IN COURTEOUS "IT IS FINISHED"SUBJECT LARGE CROWD ATTENDED.

SERVICE AT MUSIC RENDERED BETWEEN :
FEATURE SOCIAL.
GIRLS BASKET BALL
FOR VESPER READING NUMBERS.Last .

While the merry dancers were -THOMAS HALL WINS SERVICE SUNDAY EVE.
enjoying their full of the "jazz"rendered The College Inn Saturday night Dr. Chap-

in the gym by "Fess and BEST EXHIBITION OF BASKET man, assisted by various musi-

Boots" last Friday night, another BALL DISPLAYED HERE ONE OF THE MOST INSPIRING cians and the Woman's Glee club

party was in full swing at: the "Y" THIS SUMMER.The TALKS OF SUMMER SCHOOL of the summer school, gave his annual .
social hall. It has been the cus- GIVEN BY MR. WHITE.Mr. I
entertainment in the Gymna I..
tom that on Friday nights a social basket ball team representing PEABODY MEETS-FLA.
sium. The audience was large,
entertainment is held for those Thomas Hall won the third STATE MUSEUM PROBLEM I :\ White, "Y" secretary at the and from all accounts everyone at- ;'
students who do
not care to attend the
series
game of between the
University of Florida directed the
seemed
terMing to enjoy them-
the dance and from the expres- girls living in Thomas and thosein DISCUSSED-NO PROGRAM
Vesper Service last Sunday nightin selves immensely. Tickets were !
sions of those enjoying these meet- ; Buckman by a score of 8 to 23, -- the gymnasium. He chose for sold at the door to all those who
ings they are carried off with the last
] greatest success. Friday night. H. A. HAZELTINE CALLS MEETING his subject, "It is Finished," and had not already provided themselves
Witnesses agree that it was the TO ORDERSPEAKERSURGE used for his text, John 19:30. This with them. The principle
The social of last Friday night
best exhibition of basket ball displayed
service is
AID FOR MUSEUM. spoken of as the most feature of the evening's programwas
was of more than the interest
ordinary
on the Gym floor this
sum- i inspiring of its kind held here this the reading numbers of Dr.
as it had been announced mer. The players had been handicapped ,
summer and much has been said in Chapman. Living up to his past
beforehand that prizes would be I before by the slipperinessof Peabody club was called to or- praise of the excellent talk givenby I record, Dr. Chapman held the enthusiasm : ,
given to those suggesting the the floor, which was in good der last Thursday evening by :Mr.\ :Mr.\ White. The congregationwas of his hearers through- j
games for the young people to shape for the game Friday night. H. A. Hazeltine. I
not as large as usual, due to out the evening and all vow his
j play, to be considered the best and The outstanding feature of the For some unaccountable reason many of the students attending readings most entertaining. .-

most interesting games. game was Tillis' unerring basket the program committee failed to young peoples' meetings at the The program of the evening was 1
After the usual time spent in work. provide a program for the meeting. I churches in town and many having as follows:
singing vocal and piano music, The two teams lined up as follows Our visitors were keenly disap- gone out of town for the week-end. Numbers by Dr. Chapman:
and general conversation, the : pointed and our members chagrined. / Using as illustration for the main 1. "Pigs is Pigs." '
r games began all taking part. The i Thomas Hall. Fellow members of Peabody theme of his talk the building of a 2. "Mark:\ Twain and the Inter- -
results of these games and the Forwards Tillis (Captain), 19 club for the sake of old Peabody, home :Mr.\ White told of how a man viewer." !l ,
choosing by the entire party of points; Monroe, 4 points. Centers, let's wake up and see that such a may erect a house furnish it with 3. "The Mouse Hunt."
those most interesting and ap- Willoughby, Dixon. Guards, Sample thing never happens again. Let's the finest of conveniences and furniture 4. "Lady Clara reside Nesi."
pealing are as follows: Dodd. Substitutes Gillon for provide some kind of entertain- but yet that home will not 5. "A Literary Nishtmare."
First prize-Dewit Taylor, "Op- Willoughby. ment if it is nothing but a somer- be finished; may move into the 6. "Quarrel from Julius Caesar."
eration." Prize, $2 playground sault contest between us boys. Bet- home and live there by himself, 7. "How Ruby Played."
ball. Buckman Hall. ter by far a few people make foolsof making the house serve for whatit Between the numbers by Dr.
Second prize-Ruby Hager "Re- Forwards, Hansen ((4 points); I themselves than to allow an en- was made, and still the home Chapman the Woman's Glee club
lay Race with Clothes-pins." Prize Kirkman ((4 points). Centers, i tire audience to be 'made fools of. will not be completed; may exen I gave very entertaining selections. .!

New University hymn book. Prince, Hensley. Guards, Holliday, How can we expect to have a large I take a wife into that home and A violin solo by Mr. Walling, and
Third prize-Miss Seckings, Rush (captain). Substitutes, Hol working membership as long as live in happiness for a time onlyto a piano solo by :Mr.\ J. E. Willett
"Making:\ Love." Prize, book, "Ne- liday for Kirkman, Connor for Hol- we pull such "bones" as we did at find that the real essence of the were enjoyed.
gro Life in the South." liday (guard), Ferguson for Prince. : the last meeting? home-life is lacking; and lastly may
Fourth prize-MM. Yates, "All in Referee-Mrs. H. F. Gobert; umpire The president of the newly organized go to an orphan's home and adopt demption was finished-the full
the Ring Butt :Me/\ Prize, book, -K. B. Halt; scorekeepersWhite Florida State :Museum:\ as- children, bestowing on them the revelation of God was finished. Nature
"The Challenge of the Present Caruso. sociation made a talk describingthe love of himself and his wife and reveals God, the Bible reveals
Crisis." Only two weeks are left of this deplorable condition of our then-at last find that the home God-but Christ is the full revelation -
Fifth prize-Miss Johnson "Pa- year's summer school, but in the state museum arising from lack of "is finished." He likened this to of God and his love for Christ
rer Race." Prize book "Repro short time that is left there is plen- funds. the world in all its perfection of died on the cross."
duction and Sexual Hygiene." ty of time for another series of Mr. T. Van Hyning read a paper humanity and humanity's achievements Some of the main points of the
The party ended at 11 o'clock, all games either between girls' teamsor which he had prepared, outliningthe but still not complete; and discussion of Mr. White are as
those taking part declaring it a between boys' teams. It: is to history of the Florida State told of how God sent Christ to follows: "The revelation of human
"great time." be hoped that other games will be museum. He emphasized the immediate teach the men of the world, to die nature was finished and the revelation -
announced soon. need of funds for the mu- on the cross and to save the world of sin was finished." "Man's
Among the summer school stud- seum and pledged that if we would from sin. \Vith his head bowedon approach to God is in response to
ents spending last week-end in Miss Juanita DeBerry spent last give him financial aid he would the cross," the speaker said, God's approach to man." "Manis !
Ocala was Geo. Dansby, who was Saturday and Sunday. in Jackson establish a museum second to none "Christ uttered these words, 'It Is I by nature religious; religion implies -
there playing baseball. ville visiting her father. (CONTINUED ON PAGE THRF.F.\\ Finished'." "Then the plan of re- revelation." ,

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:' SOCIAL AT A. T. O. HOUSE. M
What doth a man's money profit the campus during the last I.1

The Remainder of This Month Last Friday night the girls of theA. him if his wife is a widow? week was held last Saturday afternoon i
in the bleachers at the foot
T. O. house staged a swell so-
; The length of a man's life is what ball field. This affair included
jfi Our Low Prices cial. It brought back to the minds he gets into it, not the time it
of some present the memories of stretches over. Misses Queenie and Clara Herlong,
"the good old times of only a year Winnifreu Strong and Fay McCul-

itH u Prevail ago," when such an affair was an "The pain of one maiden's refusal lough and Messrs. Clifton Johnson,
itI every Friday night occurrence. The is drowned in the pain of the Robert Lewis, G. B. Simmons and
I II I main difference between the pres- next."-Kipling. Hugh Hurlebous. The "box from
I ent and the past being that the home"-not saying anything of the
, In Ladies, Mens'and Children'sReadytowear. house is now filled with pretty How often the self-made man watermelons-was the main objectof
girls whereas last summer it was .
} attention.The
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tt:1: worships his maker!
t tt occupied by the boys.
:p Upon arrival at 8:30: o'clock all
answer to this question is
t A pup never desires to be a big
were soon busy playing games of called for: "Where does M. H.'
: dog to outbark his father.It
11[f ,i The Busy Bazaar various kinds and getting better (Cecil) Johnson spend his nightson
acquainted. This was truly a time week-ends?"
is better to do without thanto
it:'; ; 113-115 West University Avenue for everyone to forget their books, have at too great cost.

;!:; For lack of space no prices mentioned cares, or troubles and take their "A man does not have to be a
share of the pleasure and fun.
I in order to discover
Ii k Some of us do as the Romans do philosopher
" ". [ Some of the most popular games whether we are in Rome or not. that all rich girls are handsome.
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: indulged in were "Jenks Up, Jenks
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After a round of games lastingfor
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Delicious punch and crackers
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i,' !: e ei NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONERY from fishing for the prize cherriesin TESTED MBKSf FITTED
I' the punch.All .
,i f LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS ETC.
1 : too soon, the fateful hour of
parting arrived. Promptly at 11
I
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Mr.
!Ii'\ boys We Do Our Own Lens Grinding-No Delay
! .f j'f Knight, the congenial chaperones,
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E: Perhaps you have heard, for pea Lives of college profs remind us STATE MUSEUM DISCUSSED Ii J

ple do tell, That they find a joy sublimeIn
Stylish Shoa (Continued from First Page) '
4
( ces To appreciate Heaven you must the service which they render
first go to Hell. Still wind up by doing time. '
in the United States. A solicitation
But Gainesville has kinder reversedthe Contemplate the bitter ending '
was made for members for the !
plan If their fight with H. C. L.
That W Florida ;state:: Museum association. ''f"
czar] So we were told by a very nice One has gone to the asylum
The club is indebted to Mr. J. E.
man. And another's in cell.
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= Youthful students draw this moral
which served as a slight break to
This road to the Devil is free from From the profs sad history
i Come in and will all vice, Be a carpenter or plumber I the monotony. ;
a we gladly show REPORTER. }
you = Leads straight through the streetsof Do your robbing honestly.-Rocky i.1J
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Paradise. :Mountain\ Collegian. '
= I Much interest has been aroused 'j
You naturally think you'd want to
over rumours of a "Rat Court" held ,'1 1in
stope here, !
"What do think of the bird the barracks last week Judge
you
URted Slioe S1tQ)1fce You see it (?) You'll change your
>> ( = mind my dear. that'll sit down and write twentysix Simmons presiding. 'j
closely worded pages of mushto .
111 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE. i his girl, special delivery, and From time to time announce-
For I saw no angels or streets of
then send a penny post card to the ments will be made in the mess-
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I I I Sept. 28, 1912, at the Postoffice at Hubbell, Julia B, Bradentown. ::\McArthur Gertrude Gholson :Miss.: "
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! 'I Harrison Margaret\ Lakeland. : Mrs.
t I Hart, Alma Eunice, Tampa. LeCroy Eula :M., Orange City. :Minor. Bess Melvin Manatee.\ Phone 183
'I i ;/ Hart, :Miss\ Ollie, Lakeland. I LeCroy, Iwanna, Orange City. Mooney\ Elma Wilma Otter Creek. Gainesville, Fla.
,I Hartley, Lucy Sutherland. Lent, Elizabeth Sorrento. :Moore Annie Lula.TOYT'NUFD .
t I.: Hayward, Gay'.e, Plant City. Lewis Pearl, Gainesville. ON P\GE SIX) -

!!' Hazen, Eunice, Brooker. !
I .1' Hens ey, :Mrs. Hattie S., Ocala. I
j .:I Hensley, :Marie: B., Ocala. I
Hentz, Elberta, Tallahassee. THE : FORDSON TRACTORAND Homefolks Visitors
'I Hentz, Eva, Tallahassee.
Hepburn, Jeannie, Jupiter.
tl Herlong, Clara Beatrice Lake City. PHIFER FORD CARS AND We take pleasure in serving you with the best the

I Herlong, :\Myrtle Crescent City. GENUINE FORD AND market affords at prices consistent
!I Herlong, Queenie C., Lake City.
TRACTOR PARTS
! STATE with the cost of things.
;, Hill Maoma\ F., Dade City. Ii I II I
I Hobbs, Mrs. Jay. St. Augustine i
Holiday Achsabel, Wekiva. BANK J. H. ALDERMAN I i iI Come Once and You'll Come.Again

j ; Holiday :Minnie: Wekiva. Dealer
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; Holly, Carrie, Connor.
II f Hooks, Dorothy Clermont. ALACHUA CAFE
I r' Howell Mary\ Beulah, Wellborn. Gainesville, Fla. I I ; Ford Headquarter! I
: Howell, Orabelle, Wellborn. i Gainesville' Fla. I I OPEN ALL DAY OPEN ALL NIGHT
j Horton Vera Edna, Ft. White. I II

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I j Hudgins, Maud\ Hawthorne.
i I ; Hudson, Edna F., Mrs., Trenton.
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I ,1: E rj Summer School students desiring

the latest styles in hats and ladies'
4 Tennis Rackets, Balls and
1 Other Seasonable ?_ (tiT1: i- ready-to-wear will seek their needs

Goods. ?'S =#, -y fr at this store where courtesy and a

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I J. \W. McCollum & Co.
The New York Millinery
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L. J. BURKHIMHome i EATMORButterNut But we satisfied Ned, that's all null sed. .1:





of !i Bread I Burnett 7Th? Clothier j {i

Hart Schaffner l
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Strause Bros. ClothingFOR CAMPUS DINNER PARTY. THE NEW YORK RACKET I; j;

, Last Thursday evening misses
Shoes Gents Furnishings and ReadytoWear.Complete j
Pearle Cooksey, Orie Duncan, Marie : 1

Anderson, Lois Brownlee, Elizabeth -,: !. -
Hughes, and Gertrude Col-- i i
lins, entertained :Messrs. Chas. W. -- 1

Pearson, Judson B. Walker, Ellis -

A FULLEvening's :Moore\ George Barrow, Edgar Car- McCORMICK'S j
ter ,and Sheridan Garrett at a din-
ner party on the flowery outskirtsof line of J
EntertainmentVISIT the
campus. Millinery and Ready-to-Wear.
Little time was lost in settingup
apparatus. :Material for the experiment Special reduction to all Summer School Students.
consisted of good old
amorphosing sandwiches intoes Modart and Gossard Corsets. -

and other dainty products of
the kitchen, too numerous to men- South Side Square. Phone 460. _
THE LYRICfor tion. The crowning feature of the ,..,.,..T.- '" ---r--- ""<. __ on -_
evening was the remarkable aptitude -
of Barrow and Pearson in met-

r.morphosing sandwiches into a ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. :
Better PicturesTHE supersaturated solutions. Although
Barrow starred in this contest hav- B. R. Colson, President.
I ing eaten so laboriously till he was Members of American Association of Title Men Members of #I
forced at different intervals by Florida Association of Title Men. .. .
rhjsical exhaustion to lie down in GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
order to recuperate the lost
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:Masseters\ ; Pearson won first place
:In captivating boiled eggs, not tak- '
ing time to erase his face beforett2mpting 1

BIG 10, 20 and 30% very little to reaching smear on the another-intended i

destiny. :Miss Duncan acting as
chief custodian of the cake basket, ,
SHOE SALEIS hov.ever, succeeded in maintaining GET YOUR DRINKS ATMILLER'S
esprit de corps" throughout the
entire occasion, thus swaying the
STILL ON "gang" at her own discretion till
Garrett, after giving a long croak
like a dying frog, concealed the
last morsel. As a result the enjoyable '
Guaranteed Silk Hose at $1.15B. party was brought to a reluctant 1 a

close. a,

M. TENCH TENNIS TOURNAMENT
ANNOUNCEMENT.All .
West t Side of Square I '
My car will be on the Campus daily and will fu'nish free transportationGET those interested in the ten- {
nis tournament announced recent-I No Better On Earth. i
ly to be held under direction J
Y. :M. C. A. will take notice of the Come, See and Taste. for Yourself '
following:
The tournament started last i
ACQUAINTED WITH Tuesday, July 20th, and will con-
tinue until all the matches are play-
ed off. Singles are being played I
THE QUALITY STOREA. this week, and doubles will be play- II
ed next week. I I i j jI
GREENBERG. Prop. The rules under which the tour- ___ __n_____
nament is held ate those as adopted I,I
by the United States Lawn Ten- I ..1
Laidies' Ready-to-Wear ApparelDry nis Association. I
HIGGINBOTHAM I
Mrs. S. L.
Entries are for men's and women's Hammargren
Goods, Notions and Millinery singles, men's and women'sdoubles
and mixed doubles. BROTHERS --j
20 per cent Reduction for Officials are to be appointed for MillineryHandkerchiefs.
Students ONLY the finals only. Courts on the
Normal West EndGrocery
north side of the campus are reserved Holsery.
for the official matches.No Corset f. '. j
GENTS FURNISHINGS ALWAYS ON HAND fee is charged or prizes offer-
ed to those participating. Winners
109 University A nue, West
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South Side Square Gainesville, Fla. will be announced in a later issueof PHONE 388
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The methods of our Modem Dry Cleaning Department Re-Vitalizes as well as Cleanses Clothing. _
11 the life of the goods, and knowing that, we have t the
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The plan of having clothing cleaned at regular intervals effects direct saving as it lengthens

; ;: I necessary equipment to give you High QualityVerk at Mediate Prices. We follicit!. your patrcrafe and cuarantee you satisfaction.We I u-

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I LIST OF NAME OF ALL I i 2:
SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS VIDAL DRUG CO. Go to FOR GOOD EATS AND FIRST CLASS SERVICE COME TO THE | n
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DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOP :
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Drugs Stationery
(Continued-from- page 4)) Articles Cards Candies, Waterman'sPens. Souvenir forBicycle Repairsand A. C L. LUNCH ROOMI i :

Moore, Bernice, Clermont. Accessories. One Door North A. C. L Dpot i I
Moore, Mrs. D. H., Clermont. it
Morford, Eva, Port Orange.
Morris, Joe Anna, Gainesville. ii .
Morton, Miss Byron, Zellwood. I Kodaks i t
Mountain, Mrs. Thelma, Dade City. La Tosca and Richlieu Peal Necklaces in all Sporting Goods Cutlery ;
I
r-! Munro, Mollie, Delray. '
Murphree, Martha, Gainesville. lengths and sizes. Prices right.L. Baird Hardware Co.
Murray, Mrs. Leora, Hawks Park. C. SMITH South Side ot SquareRoberts I' GainesvilleC.
Niswonger, Miss Iva., Kissimmee.
Nolan, Mamie, Jacksonville. I
O'Bryant, Violet, Oxford.
I O'Neal, Mamie D., Largo. Louise, Gainesville. cemmes; Sister Catherine Key C. PEDRICK & SON
Roberts, Mamie, Bell. West.
! Ormsby, Hazel Ray, Lakeland.
I Osteen, Gladys E., Lotus. Roberts, :Myrtle. Bell. Shannon, Helen Alice, Bradentown. MOHAWK TIRES AND IRE ACCESSORIES
I i Osteen Lucile, High Springs. Roberts, Verdie, O'Brien. Shaver, :Mrs.:\ Georgia B., Wau 104 W. University Ave. Phone 43
, i! Owens Cora Palatka. Robertson, Justine Lakeland. chula.
I Owens Virgie, Ft." Myers. Robinson, :Mary: E., Sanford. Shealey, Lsygia Mae\ Sparr.
Page, Lorraine E., Mimms. Robinson, Reda, Melrose. Sliealey: Roberta, Sparr. I
I Park, Lizzie E., Key West. Rodgers Lillie, Tampa. Sheppard, Miss Milo Chiefland.
Parker, Florrie Annie Gainesville. Rogero, Ethel C., Eau Gallic. Shumate Eugenia M., Bartow. I I
Parker, Mattie Lee Ft., Pierce. Rogers, Mamie E., Tampa. Shumate Sarah R., Bartow.
j Parker, Maud Pittman. Rolfs: Clarissa, Gainesville.Ross Simpson Blanche Bernice ::\ THE COLLEGE INN '
I Parker, :Mrs Myrtice Mt. Dora. Daisy C., Williston. Dora. \It'l I
I Parker Vela, Graceville. Rowe, Anna May, Hawthorne.Rush (Continued next week)
j I Parrish, Ruby Lee, Lake Butler. Alice Lee, Mcintosh. At Your Service
i! Parsons Mary S., Deland. Russell, Reba Isabel Key West. ANNOUNCEMENT OF Sin
I Paschall, Mrs. S. E., Wauchula. Ryan, Otta M., Wilson. ANNUAL PEABODY PLAY
Pattillo i Effie Frances Port Or. Seiler Allie, Oak. Dozens of Ways.
ange. Salmi, Annie L., Alachua.
Peacock, Mrs. Emma G., Mayo. Sample, Mildred\ Paisley. The annual play, by the Peabody
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Peckham, Priscilla K., St. Cloud. Sandefur, :Mrs. A. D., Palmetto. Dramatic club will be presentedon
Pedigo Louise, Pueblo. Sands, Isabel S., Key West. Thursday night, August 29th in S
PedSgo Marie Tampa. Sapp, Agatha, Bell. the Gymnasium. The title of the Call on Us for AnythingTrade ---
iI Peeples Lorace, Bowling Green. Sapp Gertrude Bell. play is "Mrs.: Briggs of the Poul--
Perry, Josephine Tampa. Sapp, :Myrtle Alachua. try Yard," the funniest play ever
Perry :liable, Gainesville. Saunders, Maude, DeFuniak Spgs. given here. Music by orchestra. i
Perry, Mattie, Jacksonville. Scotten, Mrs. John, Gainesville. Admission to all connected with I
Peterson, Inez E., \Iorriston. Searle, Leola T., Tampa. the summer school, 25c. Admission I where you are accommodated.
t Pickering, Mrs. R. L., Eastport. Seckinger Nina, Ocala. to all others, 35c. Entertainment '
Pinner, Hattie, Ellzey. Sellers, Laura, Center Hill. I begins at 8:15.:
Pitchford, Lucy, Ft. Pierce.
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! Phelps Mrs. Mina P., Ozona. I
I Plummer, :Marguerite L., An'hlny.I .
I Porter Annis E., Jackson51e.!
# Pressley :Mrs. Eunice, Columbia, CLOSING at Prices Less
1 I S. C. OUT
I Prevail Zora Belle, Gainesville. Than COST Our
I Price Ida, Hawthorne.
r Prince, Effie V., Osland Grov'3.I .

I Prince Purdy Pugh,,,Elizabeth Lillias Gertrude J.,, Newport Micano Daytona.\ ;,y.Ark. Entire Stock of Spring Suits, Dresses and MillineryBEFORE

; Puterbaugh, Hallie Branford.
. Ramsey, Eloise Gainesville. WE BEGIN RECEIVING OUR FALL STOCK.
l Randall Irene Gainesville
Rawles, Lula Dowling Gainesville. f
i t Reeder, Clarise, :Mrs., Key West. I SPECIAL-One rack cf Voile Dresses,regular
i i Reid, Amelia Louise Ft. Pierce. 25 Discount
cent
per $9 and $12.50 values, to be closed out Saturday
I Rencher, Orlin B., Apopka.
Richardson Virgie O'Brien. waistsFEINBERG'S July 24, for $4.95. Rack No 2, Voiles of the t
le I Shirt
I Richmond, Mrs. Sada Memphis:: Spring Sty better kind, worth' from $12.50 to $16.50 I to goat

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