The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00331
 Material Information
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: August 5, 1921
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
notis - AEU8328
lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00331
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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and the curtain is about THE REGULAR JUNE: AFrAII1 :
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THE i DIRK HA:1'D-TO-ILAV D I upon the summer school stage. BALLARD SIMMONS .OVER WJk.IARK TilE .&&AQ_; ::
[CONFLICT RAGES IN TilE Washington Your humble servant, the Alligator, UATION EXERCllES OF NEXT: ,4 f
Aug. 5.-Reorganiza-
[STILLY; GLOOM tion of the Bureau of Naturalizationin spoken his lines of information, WEEK. t :
instruction and entertainment with EST OPPONENT

Armed with a flash-light and clad the the plans Department of Secretary of Labor is one of all the voice he was able to muster. With cap and gown, with commencement f Ii i
Davis. count
the little journalistic voice crying in The final total in the Men's address and blare of 4I I
the armour of righteousness and plan is now
Mr. White taking practical shape the campus wilderness is now hushed Popularity Contest shows the follow- trumpets, our proud graduates will :G
our genial
nightshirt, and
prospects are that a great new but with its last breath it bids a fondfarewell I ing score: Ballard Simmons, 120; march forth from their Alma Mater ,
! L M. C. }; secretary, fought a winIng forward step
with thief in may soon be taken to to the Normalites as they Bill Bivens, 47; James Melton, 31; next Friday at chapel hour. i ;
battle! a desperate make life dixerent
; and better for the leave P. H. Cogburn, 13 Cecil Nichols, 12, '
shore. the
our University May ; In previous summer commencement .
is back yard the other night.Mr. alien newcomer and the ,
country a their outward voyage be attended and one last-moment candidate, Rob- exercises have been rather i
White was awakened duringe gainer by acquiring new citizens bet- ert Nichols, 11. f
with fair winds; may no storm of informal affairs, but this summer i I
wee sma' hours by an unwonted ter prepared for their new duties and Destiny turn them aside from the Beginning Saturday night each there are changes in the program .1 ;

:mmotion in his back yard in the privileges.At harbor of Success, and when at last day's count showed a strong maojrityin which will invest the affair with the : I:

[eighborhood of his chicken coop. A; Secretary Davis' request a bill all hands "leave the ship, may they favor of Simmons over all candi- dignity which the occasion merits. J
e lay on his downy couch and listed has been introduced in -Congress find a hearty welcome in the city of dates except Bill Bivens. Up until There have been many who have i i

with bated breath to the ever- which will change the title of this Prosperity. Monday night it was doubtful whichof felt the need for putting on a regular ;;

creasing tumult among the poultry, bureau to the Bureau of Citizenship.With these two men would come out graduation program at the end of .

e gradually got his courage in hand the change intit'e the bureau wageearners who are minors. All ahead, but Monday night's count was summer school, which will equal the :

md seizing his trusty flash-light, will take on a vastly broadened scope the money from these fees will be expended strongly in favor of Simmons, and event in June, the time our seniors j !

nth a yell of defiance sprang downhe of activity. The old Bureau of Nat- in the payment of teachersfor Tuesday night there was simply a I usually leave us. There are many, \ f i
; back stairs to the scene of the uralization has always been charged such foreigners as need' school- 'andslide for him. who are unable to finish their courses \ '

!ray. Mr. White was formerly a with the responsibility of naturalizing ing. Thus the alien newcomer, as is We will have to hand it to Bill for I and be here during the regular session j i

slethodist! preacher, and if we may foreigners, but it is Secretary proper, pays for his own improve- being a generous opponent and play-1 who can do this in summer 1 .

it a current belief, there is noth-I Davis' plan to have the new bureau ment and lifts the burden of his care 1 1r \ ing the game in a sportsmanlike man- school. Also there are many who
It which so irritates a preacher as live up to its name. It will be more from the shoulders of the govern- I ner. oBth weeks Bill voted for another their post-graduate degrees at I'I'take
see his supply of chicken inter- than a bureau of naturalization it r ment." t candidate, signing his name this time. Realizing this, it is the ;

ered with. will be a bureau of citizenship and "In addition to these new functions, I roundly on a large piece of paper. intention of the committee to give I

On arriving in the back yard Mr. training for citizenship. It will train the new Bureau of Citizenship, as i In regard to the third man An the those who take their degrees at the Ii

'te descried a dusky form moving our' alien arrivals by instruction in planned, will encourage states and list, James Melton, we can only say end of the summer school the benefit .
swiftly hither and yon, reekingavoc the public schools. It will provide for communities to prepare teachers to that if it were not for the eternal of the same pleasurable program Ii

among the feathered denizensf them guidance and protection.. It will teach the immigrant.t speak, read feminine with her eternal ficklenessof which awaits, the June graduate. <,'. -.- -1

the coo,. With reckless courage, set up machinery to see to their proper I and write the English language, 'to ( course we cannot mention names). The following student will. receive .
pot even stopping to take account offcis distribution over the country, so as understand the value of the privil- Jimmy would have come out better. degrees next Friday f
own practically defenseless con- to avoid the old evils of a congestionof eges citizenship and practice devotion Jimmy must have; made a lot of ladies Master of Arts in Education: i

ption, Mr. White sprang at the in- new foreigners in the.larger cities. to the institutions of our gov- mad at him during the last week, Edward L. Beeson !

truder. There ensued a' battle royal. Many of these newcomers, for in- ernment. In all such classes of m- for there was some switching of votes Gertrude McArthurTeachers' 'j
First :Mr. White, then the invader stane, arrive here with long experience structidn the motion picture will be noticed. That's the trouble with 'em, College Diplomas: 1
would have the advantage. Howls of which they are forced to discard liberally used. The states will be Jimmy. You never see two alike at Malcolm Gilbert Donaldson, B. A-
for work in the cities because they of time nor one alike twice. in Education -
rage pierced the still midnight air. asked to adopt legal school terms anyone ,
[The outcry aroused the neighbors, have no means of reaching the farmsor at least six months of each year for Jimmy's male voters all stuck by him Julia tion'B. Hubbell, B. A. in Educa. ,;, '. ,t

and one man, more active than the of ascertaining where their farm- the benefit of wage-earning childrenand throughout. i'
rest, hurried to Mr. White's assist- ing experience may be of value. adults. To this end compulsory Why the other 'candidates did not Katheren Elizabeth McKay, 'B.A. .":

ance. This made the odds in favorof "Among its other duties, the new school attendance will be asked for. poll more, for they are all good men in Education ;
[ the defence. After a short, but Bureau of Citizenship will spread To complete the instruction, trainingwill and well liked, can only be attributedto Cecil Howard Nichols, B.S. in Ag- s

fierce, combat the exhausted trespasser knowledge of our American institutions be provided in health and sani- the notorious unreliability of a Charles riculture :'
Edward Pope, B.S. ir$ Agriculture ,
was firmly penned up in one in such a way as to heighten respect tation, along with physical culture. vcting populace.It I
corner of the yard. A grocery box and inspire loyalty to those institutions The new bureau will seek the aid is expected that Simmons will 'fi .
Normal School Diplomas '
completed his discomforture.Mr. ," said Secretary Davis, in of all religious, civic, educational,1 receive the fur-lined sugar bowl, or ,
whatever he elects in its place at William Jennings uUock. -
White says his name is Rey- commenting on his plan. "It will be- community, fraternal and other or- Carleton
nard and he is a stranger hereabouts. gin a national campaign for betteringthe ganizations in the promotion of this chapel next Tuesday. George Ransom Graham
[He will be held in custody until the physical and moral and well-be- work of training the alien for citi- Nannie Davis Harris f
f kw can take its course and a proper ing of our foreign-born population.To zenship. Local agencies in each com- Ray Laforest Ramon ;
;Disposal be made of his case.BATTLE this end the new bureau will undertake munity will be encouraged to pool Thomas Floyd Kennan
to protect the foreigner from their efforts and influence toward the
Quite number of college men over Lorace Helen .Pe plel
FOR BODY OF fraud and imposition. It will provide establishment of citizenship classes a Tiller .>,
the have adopted a new fad, Virginia
[ MAN LEADS TO'COURT centers of information, where persons and educational courses in the public country
College of Agriculture Diploma: _
will offer I I says an International News Service .. '
of patriotism and character schools. dispatch from Mansfield, Ohio. Len Bo Tan, B.S. in Agriculture .
Atlanta, Aug. 4.-A battle over the9dy guidance and advice. Where it is Red Tape To Be Cut They set out as soon as their semEster Special music for the occasion will

of a man killed here in a rail- possible these advisers will be them-I I Secretary Davis is convinced that : work is done, to hike from be furnished by Professor Davis, our :

pad wreck, enlivened minor courts selves of foreign extraction, in order i the present naturalization laws need their colleges to their homes. director of music. .

alien the widow of the dead man was to offer real sympathy and understanding the- to be modernized in order to meet the I Forrest Kent, of Chicago, is one Dr. J. WT. Blackman, former president 't

fated to take legal steps to get theJjody and so serve to bring actual conditions of natura'ization. of these hikers. His father is Prof. of Rollins College, will deliver r

from undertakers who had plac- still newer aliens into wholesame con- The bill now before Congress gives Charles A. Kent, one of the best- the commencement address.Dr. I
:!it in a hearse and taken jt to their tact with the people of their own the new bureau authority to appoint kncwn educationalists in Chicago.A L.1.' Bristol will preach the t

*crgue after the accident. race. Always the burden of advice officers who shall have semi-judiial student at Boston Tech, young baccalaureate sermon to the graduates i

|Greenberg & Bond, undertakers will be respect for the federal gov- power in the preliminary natUralization Keht is keeping the promise he made at the Methodist churcn at1: {i

*ployed by the widow of H. M.: Em- ernment." hearings. This will have the effect with fellow students to walk home o'clock Sunday morninv, Augu-: 7. f fAll

etSOn, took possession of Emerson's To Guard Against PropagandaIt of cutting much red tape and of without aid of trolley or steam cars. candidates for Normal diplomas f
?% after a receivership had been is Secretary Davis' aim to utilize saving much time on the part of the ? These hikers are permitted to take are requested to meet in tlw :. M. 1 {
tented Donehoo & Bazemore had to the full the machinery of the new judges as well as the time of')vage- advantage of all "lifts" they can get C. A. at 2 p. m.,'aSturday, Xu ust 1:. t f '

embalmed the body and refused to bureau to protect the newest alien arrivals on the highways.
part: with it until their fee of $M hadeen from the evil influence of Covering over 1,000 miles iif*'four DEAN NORMAN OUT AGAIN r

paid by the widow. "Red" and Communist propaganda.One days, helped by accommodating motorists f
'*:A suit for damages in the sum of of the chief agencies in this purpose f and truck drivers, young Kent Dean Norman was able to returnto t

NO.OOOO later was filed by Mrs. Em- will be a thorough system of stopped off in Mansfield long enoughto his duties Monday morning, aftera t

.non, who declared employes of Don- public scool instruction for aliens. say "hello" to his uncle, George E. week's illness. Much to the de- i
ehoo & Bazemore removed her husband's The women will have the benefit of The College Inn will Kent, industrial secretary of the light of his class in education, he was f

body from the scene of the classes at home. The instruction will Mansfield_ M. C. A. on the job bright and early :Monday !

wreck against her wishes and over be given in places of employment, or be a Bargain Store for Some of the students at the University morning.A ,f
"b_er protest. at other suitable points, as well as in Summer School say that if -< ,
schools. These classes will little boy said to his mother,
the public they do not not receive expected let- i
tIC AIRSHIP WILL CROSS PONDWashipgton be arranged for all adults and wage- the next two weeks.e" ters from home in the next few days "Ma, if a bear should eat me up, j

earners. this fad is likely to become popular where would my soul go'?" } 1

Aug. 4.-The United "Each alien will be required to register with them. She replied, "Your soul would go

StatieS' latest airship, the ZR-2, willil.fro ," said Secretary Davis. "This to heaven, my son."
Lakehurst, England, for is not for the purpose of setting upa earners who desire citizenship. As The lad thought a moment, and
Y0k but in order to keep naturalization is now managed the then suddenly broke out, "If the >ear
ewf: On August 25, the Navy police system
tflerit said today. They expect track of each individual for his pro- See Ad on Page 4 seeker after citizenship and his, wit- should take to runnin', I'd hat a

the fli{;ht to require only two days. tection and guidance. Each registrant nesses are forced to lose much time good ride, anyhow.*'
will be given a certificate of.his from work in waiting at court for
on payment of a fee not ; the services of the court clerks in You tellum, Leake I'm afraid to
tGlu: tellum, Frye, you're a good registration, I
IJ I to exceed $10 for adults and $3 for preliminary proceedings. spill itt

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PEARLS OF GREAT WISDOMThe I drawn .witfc the haDUlaer
+ + + + + + + + + ++ + + .t.* + + + +. f and greater accomplishments in public r I two teeth. ,.

: SOCIETY AND CLUBS I education.Dr. of following is an exact copy of Teacher-Of what i is
r>. + Joseph. Roemer, professor hnrdel in to made!
-1 I exam nation- paper .
:;' A + -" Li) + secondary education, "discussed the an
of our
by one Student
-r- Marjorie and Naomi Moffitt + I opportunities for doing graduate one of our professors -Furniture rl]

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + work: in the University and said that Summer School Socrates. This is no of of the bones of animal, ':

..,... .- the time had passed when southern jcke, but an actual bona fide copy
>" PEABODY CLUB GRADUATE CLUB BANQUETA teachers needed to go north for advanced an examination paper recently You tellum, Hawkshay
:,,.:& ."I".., "It ___ work. in. We find it hard to believe that throw light on the subjeq, A t

.. ..l'. Last Thursday evening Peabody A group of about forty graduate E. L. Beeson, of Sarasota, who has mental capacity of this order gracesour --

1 Clab again met in tile Gym. Mr. I students and faculty members of the but finished writing his thesis, described campus, but that only goes to You tellum, Harp, Yafre-
excellentto .
chairman of the of that nothing is too 'Vright. .
Byd Carleton pro-r the exhilirating experience prove
gram e committee announced a ban- University Summer School assembledat writing a thesis. The witty mannerin be found at the old U. of F. It is,

quet of Peabody Club to be held in I Goody's Cafeteria on Friday evening which he handled the subject add- indeed, a rare quality of mind with --
the Commons on Thursday evening, I at a banquet. This is the fijst I ed much pleasure to the occasion. which the writer of this paper is ----........

August 4. This is an annual event in'i' discussed blessed. Consideration for the aU- PINKOSONPARLOR
' l such function to be held it the Uni- S. A. Draper of Leesburg BE.-\try
the dub and promises to be an un-| thor's extreme modesty prevents us
." i versits 'Snd it is an evidence that the the problem of vocational educa- i
tgual success this year. I Iit number of graduate students is increasing tion in the high school, laying par- 'from divulging his name. We trust 609 W;
The program opened with a number I rapidly.In ticular emphasis on vocational guid- that he will not long continue to thus University Aft.Ialftl .

.: of community songs, which were ance. hide his light under a bushel, but
fact there is a much larger per- Wave
enjoyed by aIL Then Misses Orlen centage of students at the Universitythis Dr. J. R. Folk, professor of educa- come out into the open where we can SbamPilit

and Kathleen Reneher delightfully year who aretaking college and tion, told of the growth of the sum- see him shoot. If we ever get him MassagingViolet
entertained us with a piano duet. it on the Peabody program admissionwill
I mer school and showed that was Ray free with all
graduate work than ever before in '"-..
This was such a success that growing not only in numbers, but be charged. It ought to be worthit. Hair Bobbed and .
the history of the Summer School. sr..
were repeatedly encored and work offered, The exam. follows.
also in the variety of
they//This speaks well for the schools of I FUme 517-J
return and. play again time Florida, for it is the amount of train- I especially those of college grade. Teacher-Define the following I for appo-....

time. ing that counts for most in the ad- The program of set speeches was i terms: Mortice tendon, shoulder. --J i

Then M s Sue Womble and Mr.J. vancement of teaching.The I varied: by songs and impromp talks Student-A mortice is a piece of - .... ,.

E. WtBett gave a beautifcl vocal after-dinner peeches called from others present, particularly the wood; a shoulder is the top of the I V See
duet. This served to confirm us in ladies. All agreed that the affair was I 1
for by T. C. Frye toastmaster ,aU, board; a tendon is the strength a f Vidal Drug :
the belief we had long entertained devropment ; t worth while and regretted that an- board has.Teacher. Comply
pointed toward the higher -. '
', that they were both musicians of a other will be impossible this year.A | For Drugs, Stationery, TtiIetI
of Florida education. difference
-Explain the
very high type. toast to Dean Norman, who was Articles, Candies !
R. L. Goulding, of New Smyrna, between a ball and flat-faced hammerand (Souvenir
A very attractive feature of the forced to be absent on account of ill- Watemu h.
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related briefly the growth of the Uni- tell method of using a hammer. --- -
evening was an interpretive dance by ness, was offered by Miss Julia Hub-
versity for ten and Student-A ball hammer used
the past years belL is -
little Miss Jane Graham.It was I __ __ ..
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urged present to work for .
most beautifully rendered. a for small nails; a flat-faced hammeris -
"Greater Florida" and begin now to used for large nails. Also a ball- | DRINK
Another most enjoyable feature of Y. M. C. A. TO GIVE BIG TACKY i
build sentiment, which will be a com- PARTY faced hammer is used for flat nails j
the program was a number of readings COCA COLA
pelling motive when y
more appropriations and a flat-faced hammer for ball
- both humorous and otherwise
f by Mr. Leon Gray. He was most : higher are asked learning for in the Florida.W. advancementof Saturday evening, August 6, in: the I nails.A j I ORANGE CRUSH I

ably assisted. bjr :Miss Pearl Connell. Gym the Y. M. C. A. will give a big flat-face hammer is easier, be- I
In whatever line he attempted he S. Cawthon, state high school tacky party. This is one of the most cause you strike the nail oftener. A AND j

showed himself a talented artist in inspector, outlined briefly the growthof entertaining events of the season. hammer should be held close to the I CHERRY SMASH I

declaiming, reciting singing, actingor secondary education in Florida, Many weird costumes are expectedto end with the right hand and the wrist I I IN
dancing. In all he was equally showing the wonderful progress madein compete for the prize. Every one lax, so there will be good movement. BOTTLES I
this state within the past fifteen is invited. I j GAINESVILLE
good. Teacher-Explain proper method of COCA-mul
Then Mr. Nelson sang a solo. He years. His talk was an inspirationto After the party special movies drawing a nail from a board. [I ,I BOTTLING CO.
all to work for higher standards will be shown to fill out the It
did this very splendidly, and showed Student-Nails are usually with-t''- -- -- ... ... ..elI
himself to be no mediocre singer.

The meeting was closed with a I-=- +&zs+>sz2 Gainesville's Foremost
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chorus by the Glee Club. This is an

organization composed of some of "l'r
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the best musicians on the campus, ;
and it was a great treat for us to
have them appear before the club and i

favor us with some-selections.* / GAINESVILLE Special Student

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,i- Club Last cl sed night its season(Thursday with) its Peabody annual I VALUES Plus VALUES

.! banquet. This event, which is always I Bring Crowds !

( looked forward to for some time by

1 everyone on the campus, wa| an unusual '
: ; success this time. I Vast Exhibit of : Silk Sweaters

r. The banquet took place in the Waists ) -,

j Commons and Chief Jones showed t It'!. Wool _
that he knew hew to entertain at a All sizes. Best styles. +!t : \t -,-J. Sweaters \.

banquet as well as he knows how to j Of Batiste and Voile .r. 'i Regular price $1i.d I

feed us every day in the mess halL of the better grade. '; .f and
The banquet proper Was preceded bya Regular prices are 1.50 f1m;;;{ 1\\ i f
an exceptional few- 1
program in the Gym, which was and 1.69. Priced low. Y.1f.. \\:_ ; ,
greatly enjoyed by alL ,, .. ', "rR gain and idea for tile

This was the last meeting of tee I SPECIAL PRICE 4.:.. ; ''., k ? trip. j

1 summer and -ctesed what was said by IS jfT SPECIAL

t Ii many to be the most successful sea 1.05 ,-- '-" it
f On the summer school has ever had. --- f j
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i. We had an efiergetie president and alive -

committee, and between "
:: the two they have given us some A Grall1HdI DngjpHay O! IHIngJhI Grade
most entertaining programs. VIe Frocks

wish for next summer's Peabody Club Sold regularly at 895" The better grade f smartly tailored gingham
i every wceess.TERPSICHORE. 4 4 cost. Less than cost of makIng. FIne French GInghams in Sold at less than
1 + + and solIds
white organdies. trImmed with "
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Last Saturday another of the Uni- I _"__, ______ .
versity dances was in full swing in

tile Gym. A large crowd was pres- Voile and Gingham Frocks Raincoats
ent and the occasion was extremely on Sale

enjoyable. A noteworthy feature of C An extensive array of new gingham dresses, priced at :3-08 ,

!I the dance was the reappearance of and a clc.\r-up lot of voile frocks that are priced amazingly All Kenyon Coats, the standard by which all others are J]
; our talented campus orchestra. They I low at this price. This
is an offer seldom equalled. Como m.easur. Snappy styles, .J
were rrea better, if such a thing is early. Visit the conserahve styles; with
second floor
on without ,
your shopping tour. belts.
J possible than the last time we had its

i the pleasure of hearing them. ;

:Mr. Willet took charge of things SPECIAL ._.._....._-- 2.39 *" j
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3 in his usual efficient' manner and saw I FULL 25 PER CENT OFF I

that all had time.
to it a good

These dances are oee of the many f Every Student Receives
t Here the
things which make us regret that theaumsr at the Lowest Prices

seseioa wilt soon be but a Always a Wash Skirt is Needed A large stock of dashing models for
happy. memory. yoU Shown in
and popjins. All wash satins, gailel'dme -
< se whIte; newer
#- styles and best workmanship.

I-I'G..\TOR ON SOCIETY WAY TO EDITORS NEW YORK I All 8.50 and 9.00 Wash Skirts 6.09 All 5.50 and 7.95 Wash Skirts 4.29

AH 4.50 and 5.00 Wash Skirts JW
j 3fisst Margie and :Miss Naomi

.I Xoffitt, the Alligator society and club I Quantities Good Lisle Hose .
1 editors, left last week for their home Sturdy Middies Greet You

1 in New York. The Alligator regrets The very best in lisle hose. "Hose from famous The
the departure of two of the most a makers. You will secure comfort and longevity middy campus, if for nothing your else studies, require a gH -
J' talented members of the staff. They +t of from Hof economy sake. -
wear these hose. In dark browns, black vjaayv ee middies are best and
j I will accept two fine positions in the j and unusually are priced
Especially low priced at 35c 50c All our 2.25 middies
New York schools. a ; ; can be had
,- now at much
75c; to 1_0). prices
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Established in 1888 ifjS words Sharp Tools Make r"Satisfied "
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;! Yfifififi! ! !fififi! !fifiY! ; YY; Vanity of-.vanities, saith the Reporter Save me, 0 subscriber, for thy Next Door to :

vanities of vanity, all is name's sake, and judge me by my ALACHUA CAFE
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I" 1. What profit hath a man from all 2. Hear my prayer, 0 subscribe; ,
his labors on the Campus? I give ear unto the words of my sup- i > ,1 .
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L. SMART 4 School passeth | :
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,." >. >.; away Summer School 3. For debts are risen up against

OXFORDS 'f. cometh; but the Campus abuleth for me, and creditors seek after my life; t Friday- i : ,!
jW eve:. they have not set equity before them. 1{ ft
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f 101 < -i..7\F.(f! rI and goeth away, and the roar: old I 4. Behold, 0 subscriber, mine helper t I J PICTURE IS t : i it

:. +- 1 bachelor remaineth where he was : wilt thou not uphold me from
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'f i Priced Low .. .,1r 4. The'old maid goeth away to mine oppressors? | > I
r: > "' 1 the south and returneth from the 5. Wilt thou not reward me for FRANK MAYO in t : '

4 So You'll' Buy '.'< .(i: ': : :;:ll4.J north; she walketh about continually my virtue, and save me by paying f "THE )J3LAZING TRAIL" t "I' '
> and maketh her way according to her thy subscription: I will repay thee, I I :
pa'it circuits;. but the bachelor waiteth will give unto thee a good issue, thatis .. _. .A ; '
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forever full of jokes and laughs, that is i

5. I said in mine heart, "Go now worthy of my name, that is a pride to !
.. ., therefore, and enjoy pleasure." behold, that is an honor to the school, Baird Hardware Co. I .

,'> ,'" .....' 0 I sought in mine heart to find myself that will praise our faculty, that will 1
a wife, yet acquainting mine exalt our state, that will "boost" our \ '
: 1" heart with wisdom; and to lay holdon country, that will be a profit to all.
BOWERS SHOE STORE | KodaksCutlery ::1 :
folly till I might see what was 6. Therefore, if thou wilt deliverme ,,( "
f good for the sons of men, which they out of all my trouble so that my ::1
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f i East Main Street, South HGOODY'S days of their life. thee, oh, my subscriber, and give thee 'f
Phone 7 Gainesville, FlA.
7. Who is the wise man? And the glory for my prosperity, for ever
13'k I who knoweth the interpretation of and ever Amen. Satisfaction Guaranteed :i

..___-'_-__ """' -_.: ;l. ;" ___.J.. z .".. '=-- ; 'c-;';:"'!-" -""' love? A man's love maketh his faceto -J. D. W. South Side Square ..1 i
shine (especially where his eye is qi t
blacked by a flatiron), and the beauty STOP, LOOK AND LISTEN i j
of his face to be disfigured. I .
He (caut'iously-'Vould you say"Yes"
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} .' CAFETERIAand 8. I counsel ye to keep Cupid'scommandments if I asked you to marry me? S HOE S I! "
.,." and regard the oath She (still more cautiouslyWouldyou q
be not hasty to out of
of Cupid go
; ask me to marry you if I said I
his sight: stand not in an evil thing, H B. M. TENCH H J
would "Yes" if asked to
say you
for Hawkshaw punisheth as pleasethhim. .. i
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I DINING ROOM /.. ;, marry you I 0 Gainesville, 0 .

.5, :. -- -'. 9. Truly love.is sweet, and a pleas- AMERICAN LEGION BARBECUEThe 1
1 > "Is Fit for a King" ant thing it is for the eyes to behold E 3 Florida E.
lovers. But if a man live many years, ex-service men are inviting the
j and 'rejoice: in them all; yet let him Summer School and all of Gainesville
MEALS AT ALL HOURS remember the days of bachelorhood, to join them in the biggest stunt S H 0 E S ::1:1Ii

i for they shall be many and lonelyall ever pulled off in Alachua county.

From 6:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. of thEm shall be vanity. Next Thursday, August 11, at 1 .Ii.
f f 10. Rejoice, oh young man, in thy j p. m. the excursion train leaves for -- :1
love; and let thy girl cheer thee in Cowpen Lake, about twentyfivemiles :
The very best of foods well cooked the days of thy love, and walk in the southeast of Gainesville, where it 1

a Pastry's and Foods all Home Cooked ways of Cupid, and in the sight of the ex-service men are constructing
[ the eyes of thy chaperon; but know bath houses on the beach, building NORAH J
I I Special Rates on Meal Tickets thou that for all these things Hawk tables and all else that goes with the :J!
shaw shall bring thee into judgment. preparation of a regular old time

i itT CHICKEN DINNERS SUNDAY AND WEDNESDAY 11. Remember now Mr. Hawk- barbecue. 1
shaw, in the days of thy loving ere The events of the afternoon i

the evil days draw nigh when thou include good bathing, swimming con- ..ART .1
if 108 East Main Street, North. One Block from Square shalt say, "Hawkshaw has driven my tests, all kinds of sports, and the best 'j

t pleasure from me. eats you ever set eyes on. and ,i
12. Vanity of vanities sayeth the The train will return some time in I
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Reporter; all is vanity. the early evening. The price of the GIFT SHOP
. <<-___ ---- ",, "" "" "" 4I 4I 13. Let us hear the conclusion of ticket will be about $1.75, which includes ::1 tf

E '" t the whole matter: fear Cupid, and transportation, bathing accommodations IiI f
> .1'[j .4 DROP IN | keep his commandments, for this is and a dinner for a kin;. We will make a demonstration ''t!';
the whole duty of man. Now, all you ex-service fellows put for primary grades and ';;

STOCK. 14. For Cupid shall bring every your shoulder to the wheel and helpus Art work especially to the f;
'\ : OTTO F. ;; ..:' j word into judgment, with every sec put this thing over in good style. students. Be sure to come .:

'. >." ret thing, whether it be good, or Let us put the Legion on the map I!
P TAILOR' t ttl ,whether it be evil. and show the people that we are an

15. For there are lawsuits, divorce Amreican institution in time of peaceas rI
",' Pressing I courts and alimonies to be considered.J. well as defenders in time of war. .
I r Alteration ", :, Cleaning D. W. Dean Norman has given his hearty 1 Maker of r

I Phone 354 Gainesville, Florida ,j approval insofar as it does not inter- PICTURE FRAMES ;':

"1 Patronize the 'Gator advertisers.r fere with Summer School work. ...,

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equality in the assessment of the 1 way, have you ever seen the type

FLORIDA ALLIGATOR property listed. It is surprising how I lice? J. W. M'COLLUM & CO. J. S. BODIFORlT

1 much that our state legisla- astonishment and DRUGGISTSTHE
NL'MMKIt SCHOOL KIJIT1O.X money I ,(registering I
J. Ernest Willett. .__ Editor-ln-Chlef of dis lice? My and
ture spends on its prevention trepidation-Type REXALL STORE
Boyd Carleton ..._......Managing Editor seme 9
A. ,V. Harp .... Business Manager eases in its farm bureau and amongits goodness I didn't know there was Agents for COMPANYDRUGGISTS I

G.Ellen D. Hethcox Simmons.h.. _Circulation..... ......u.. Joke Manager Editor live stock, but when the educational such a thing. Liggetts and Norris Candies

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Marjorie Moffltt Society Editor to the
Naomi Moffitt ..._._..____.. ..Club Editor budget comes up com- Ed-Oh, yes; we have a lot of them Gainesville Fla.
., .,, Ira McAlpin '_h' __._____ Sporting: Editor mittee for discussion, it always has down here. Funny thing, though
".:w,,. .. Edward O. Ring _.._..Exchange Editor to be the one to suffer. Which is the office. Live in --...
.:: liEl'OKTEKS) they never leave SHOP
,..h. : Cecil II. Nichols Fannie' Hudgins most important-your ;farms, your FLORIDA BARBER --
all the time.
1 'W Teresa type
Murphy Joseph D. Wheeler
,., -I Official publication of Student Body hogs your roads-or do you desireto I-Why-why what do they eat? For Students and Others .. SPEEDIES PLACE
+ of Summer School. University of put the children first?
Florida. Office in room 34, basement The oil on the type? Shaves 20c. Haircuts 35c.
Language Halt Have we lost our faith? Let us is headquarters! for
Address all communications to A. Ed-Guess so. Want to see 'em?
AV. Harp. University Station. Florida. wake up to the fact that the schools West Side Square Gainesville University StudentsService

must be extended and that illiteracy I-Uh huh.EdGetting.
Entered at Gainesville Fla.. post-
office as second class mail matter must banish from the state. It can sprinkling can .....e and SanitationGo

t Advertising Subscription: rates 5 e cents: 2 5 the per term.column not be done if we let things run as corner of the room-Always use a i-7 DORSEY & CO. | HandinHandSoft

inch. they are now. If you expect to get little water to bring 'em to the top Drinks
I tt CandiesIce
good teachers, you must pay those of the form, so you can see 'em plainly. t Everything in Groceries Ij

FAITH IX TilE AVERAGEIt teachers living wages at least. Let They like a little drink, too, once j For Goodness Sake Drink f tI Cream-The Velvet Rind

us hope that Florida will awaken to in a while. !
is amazing how easily some people | Cigarettes
the situation at once. Let us have There followed the business of watering I
are discouraged. It is a most - ---
faith. The great spirit of the age the creatures and I bent eag- --
fortunate that lit-
thing men have so -
:, tie faith in average results covering is working while we sleep. He, who erly over the form for a glimpse of --

has confidence shall find his due re- them. I got it, a splendid view, andI
a series of years. It is astonishing,
i ward. The worst gale passes and the can recommend no more thrilling DO BUSINESS WITH
light of all past experiences,
darkest storm clouds dissolve. At experience to the unitiated than an
how unwilling we are to put our trust THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
: in Nature's unchanging laws. Whata least this has been true in the past immediate trip to the composingroom I

I and look forward toward where I sure the editor, or
: sermon might be preached in these we can a am Resources Over $2,500,000 .
troublous times from this scriptural brighter day. Let's all pull togetherto one of his lackeys will be charmed

admonition get this great educational program to exhibit the lice and their startling
: "He that observeth the
before the people. Every teacher in propensities.We BBBBWffiSraSBW
: wind shall not sow, and he that re-
this state can render valuable aid kept a red bat in the office all
# gardeth the clouds shall not reap. | I Iyj
t along this line. All TOGETHER! that summer too. We had dozensof THE PHIFER STATE BANK I
The winds of adversity have certainly
PULL!!! callers, and it was really amazing,
been hovering over the educa- r i Strong Safe and
the way they sent their friends to Accommodatingfi jjj
tion horizon of Florida and the dark
I the bird they caught a
clouds of disappointment have set- affiffiffiffiffiffifffiHSJ !fi! Y
glimpse of it. If there isn't one on
Barbarer Webb
Bourjaily .
tled down in many communities ... -._
the campus this summer, numerous -- ---
where it has been to cut
necessary ,
I (Editor's note: The following was students are being robbed of a truly '
; the school term in this state to five J BROS. DEPARTMENT STORE
contributed educational opportunity, one that I
by a former student who
: or months. This cloud is recognized -I I
1. in almost every corner of our was here in the good old days of 1915. could be supplied at remarkably Agent ForFlorshelm j

I It is a chattly little article, with slight expense, unless my memory !I
great state and we hear men con- Shoes
many human interest touches which fails me. I think there are probably |
demning our present system of taxa- I
tion and the methods by which the i we believe our readers will enjoy.) several lurking about the campus this -- -- .... ---

funds are provided to keep our public Yesterday I tried to make some moment.

schools in running order. Back fudge, and as I carefully explainedto My young son, three months old,
and quite the wonder the is Popular Goods at Popular Prices
husband heat of age, atBURKHIM'S
f of condemnation, we hear a still my the not the ,
squealing at the cussedness I
J greater rumbling, as of a distant cook, made it necessary for us to of thingsin

; thunder, and we seem to hear from take spoons to the eating of that general. His grandmother, Mrs. .

:I r that thunder, the demand that our candy. The major portion of the Edith J. Webb (I trust she doesn't

'. school children of Florida have the fudge was destined for a member of mind appearing in print) is in your

> right to be educated in the schools the present summer school class at midst.student I council note this fact whoever so that is the the ? ......"" ....."........4i I

of the state and that the people are Gainesville, and as we sat licking or

coming to the point where they are sticky spoons, I recalled an afternoon author of the "can't go to town with- '

going to demand that the lawmakingpowers spent in a room on the second floor of out a permit order", won't refuse her t AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY i

requests on the ground that she is a
of the state so amend the Buckman hall in the summer of 1915.

jr' laws that our school systems may be Sara Winn, now married, to mv giddy young thing not yet arrived at | AND SHINE PARLOR \
the discretion.
age of Committeeson
on equal footing with the other
j an I certain knowledge, Mildred Butts,
rules learn do
never they, thoughI
great states of the Union. whose wherabouts and station in life Geo.
+ Tampas and Louis Eliades t4k
remember-but them were the good Proprietors
What has been the cause of this? are at present unknown to me, though

Is it the high salaries that the school some of you may know her, and I old days-when grandmothers wore 115 West Main Street North v
neat little caps, and took orders from phone 139
teacher receives? What can we do were rooming together. We had a t

I to remedy this situation? Has the large can of strained honey sent to ,I: their be for spoiled the emancipation grandchildren.of grand-Glory ............................

teacher any part in the shaping of us, and we were attempting some
mothers, mothers, and all the rest of
the destinies of the schools of the honey fudge on Mildred's chafing dish.j
womankind. I hope the men on the
state? Have we lost our faith in We had recklessly bought half a SPORTING GOODSTennis
council aren't trying to regulate the
1 the average? pound of pecan meats, and that fudgewas
length of the women students' skirts. ,
J 'I The chief cause of all this rumbling likewise destined for members of Lawn Tennis
\ They did in one Ohio college last Hardware
year of
has been the low rate at which the a, Gainesville summer school class. Kinds
-with disastrous results.I .
taxable property has been assessed. Members of the masculine persuasion.I .
hope if this gets printed that the See Us
\ For instance, we know of one countynot might add. And that night there
I editor uses his blue pencil sparingly
far away that has property were six spoons missing from the -there speaks the egotist-and that THE THOMAS COMPANYPhone

valuation of about $12,000,000 and dinner table, and an impromptu party '
the printer makes no more than the
f :; yet the assessed valuation of that with refreshments down by. the ten- 22
; usual number of Which WEST
errors. reminds SIDE OF
r; property is only $2,000,000. Why is nis courts. There -were three in- SQUARE
me of a mistake made by
1: this when the assessors are instruct- vited guests, and three hundred un- I
head setter when I was society ed
: ed to turn in at least a 50 per cent invited ones who sang loudly and joy-
itor of a small-town several wondered where they
paper got such
J"aluaUon? ously over their feast nor mindedthe a going to do the next time little Al-

I We will not hesitate to say that it barrage of oil of citronella a years ago.I bone-head faculty. We marveled at bert came to school
had written a story about a without his home
E is not the high salaries that are paid whit. the density of the student council work. ,
lawn fete given by one of the town'srichest
the teachers. You would be surprised Then there was the never-to-be-for- when we wanted to take advantage of
and fairest. Tempus
Over the storyI
fugit but I the
to know that the sal- that
average gotten morning when I first viewed the heavenly
had inscribed a two-line head, "Miss moon on date nights. Pines
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ary paid the grade teacher in the that rare insect, the typelouse. I I the campus murmur as titer
Williams Has We sniffed
Fete. at the
Big We
stopped Peabody Club
meetings '
,; state of Florida. is scarcely more than was a member of the 'Gator staff the did in 15 and &3 they will in '22 aM -
after about three
-F 1 the princely sum of $75. Out of that that summer and experience with press only but went. By the beginning of in all the
my years to
hundred had come. And I know
papers gotten out on the sixth week
we were ready to
magnificent the teacher is
sum expected -
composing rooms was limited. the street with the head lead too, that now. then
on the shake the dust of Gainesville fromour as these same
.i to clothe herself
properly m
My entrance
was something
society story reading "Miss WilliamsHas pines look
? the latest style, and pay at least ?40 like[ this: feet most gladsomely. But justas down on a body of mea

ni i a month board and room. We will The Editor (I've forgotten his Big FeeL"I you will do, we think now a bit and women earnestly concerned with

: leave the mental calculation have refrained from sentimental- wistfully of those days when we load- the grandest
you. name-Why, hello there, Miss Webb. izing about that of 1915 ed calling in all the world
summer pur- our responsibilities
The chief remedy for this situation as teachers
Got something for me this morning? posely. I know how the editor -the teaching of the next
longs On the shoulders of the genera-
is to elect officers that pledgedto faculty tion.
are I-Nope. Just came down for in- per-
for something snappy. But it was a mitted ourselves the undergraduate
1 remedy this under-assessment of structions.
I pleasant six weeks. We grumbled
privilege grouching, and
property and see that there is more didn'thave I You
I Ed Fine
now let me see. By the tellum Draper -
about the food, just as you do. We to worry about what we were J hang of it. you've got tfce

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Since College boys do not use Powder Toilet Water
Caps, Hair Nets Cold Cream
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feminine articles
now in stock-we
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ROMAS WINS- of the !Ii I, ,

rery.last game of basketball was | WE FIT FEETsvwwss Y; i. ,

A fed i Jast Wednesday evening be- cz ZZZ A FIT FOR EVERY FOOTKMMT s s 1':

: Thomas Hall girls and the {/1Iq ,

n the Hall gir's. The game was | 111 West University Avestrofs x j

1lC ice interesting throughout. The ffiHHsa.!: Y1! YYY; Y;! !fiYYYY :: Next Door to Busy Bazaar x f

rt ,U girls hold the cham'CnShiP ;! !fiYY1! ! Y; Y; IJIIIlUUUUUUUL rlrlrU-U-I"'I"' _...__._._.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- .
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the summer, this being i
in which the .
final game -
e capture the laurels to add to By One Who Has Been There Now again I'm asked to tell

long string of victories. Dear Alligator: A few weeks
eir alrea agoI Of the past and what befell
Butfmanites have put up Rine met a splendid girl and fell in love Years ago; Gainesville Electrical Supply Co.A .

fig)&' throughout the sea.so.1 with her and we promptly becameengaged. But so many of you heard

Fate was against them. Both Now I have found out that Of my dear old Uncle "Word"That <

hats hate fine material. she has an artificial limb. This goes know. ... '. '
against ." <<,
I --r" me greatly. I cannot sued '

ITHE WHITES WIN OVER TilEP. for it. Should I break it off? Anx- Ah, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES $ ;
ious. you would not have me boast,,.
D. Q.'S '
'Cause there's many in this host, ',
Anxious It is generally .
t Dear : With you all, -'

I The, Whites came to the court last thought advisable, under such hard Who well could the tale narrate ... .
'A'eduesda evening determined to conditions to cancel the happy event. Even better than I can state FANS AND IRONS

lau The P. D. Q.'s have won all However, if the limb mentioned happens And recall.

tames previous to this one. to be her left arm, and you can

L With true fighting spirit and fierce get her not to wear it to the wed- .So just pardon awkward word, '. Flashlights, Mazda Lights, Chandeliers ( "'."

Jetermiintion, the Whites came up ding, you can save the price of a But the fact, as it occurred, "> Delicately Tinted Shades .. ,:

[gainst their sturdy opponents. The wedding ring. It is true; .. .

|:ame was absolutely the closest one Dear Alligator: I am thinking of Though I haven't the heart to teir k.'

f the season, both sides putting all 1 the yellow girl in All the ;
marrying highest terrors of that spell We have everything in the Electric line
into the fray. ,
eir might the world, but she insists upon our Which withdrew. ,
When the final whistle blew the
owning our own home, and my
bites' score card showed a margin account will not permit it. How canI Now my Uncle Worden Jones, .

.f one point over their opponents'score. acquire a home? Desperate. He was more than skin and bones, EAST MAIN STREET, SOUTH '

Dear Desperate: In walking about More than that?

the campus you have doubtless no- For a mighty man was he 4

TOOT! TOOT! ticed that there are many odd bits I And a worthy sight to see,

of lumber lying around. Last week Big and fat! --'- --. ........---- -- ..--.-..--- .' 'I
sufferer who lives close to a railway ; :
in frontof
there was a small brick pile
yard in the suburbs wrote the Language Hall. Collect these, Yet whene'er he had a chanceHe .

&!"!owing to the railroad company, having provided yourself ,with a box would always go and dance I THE I
ctmplaininj about the racket made or a Mess Hall tray to carry around With the rest; ,

by a switch engine: between classes to put them in. Ina While the wart upon his nose '

"Gentlemen: Why is it that your short time you will have material And the corns upon his toes Basement Language Hall : I

switch engine has to ding and dong enough for a magnificent mansion at' Made the jest! t
and fizz and spit, and bang and hiss,
practically no expense.
land pant and grate and grind and Dear Alligator: I have been court-. Till he went to Aunt Mariar's, New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery, I'I
puff, and bump and chug, and hoot Who had married Jacob Squires, t4
find toot, and whistle and wheeze, and ing a very beautiful young lady and To a ball;
Large Assortment of Pennants Freshman
love her dearly (about $30,000), butI
Ijar and jerk and howl and snarl and And did dance with Mary Sweet I ;
have discovered that she has a
pull and growl, and thump and boom, Which was thought the great treat
glass The other day when call- :: Memory Books, Etc.
and clash and jolt, and screech and eye. Over all.
ing her, it dropped on the floor
[snort and snarl and slam, and throb on

and roar,, and rattle and yell, and and my foot rolled on it sprainingmy For this Mary was a prize

smoke and smell, and shriek like hell ankle badly. How can I avoid With her charming hazel eyes, Everything For the Student

all night.long?"-Boston Globe. having our domestic bliss ruined-in Full round cheeks; -

this manner. Hopeless. And her golden curls of hair ,

WHEN WE SHALL WORRYXot Dear Hopeless: LePage's Glue is Which were twisting here and there, *sg3KiMss% sold at all drug stores. Graceful streaks!

. lone since a New York clergyman My Very Dear Alligator: I am in '

f carried into his pulpit a copy of deep trouble. The other day I tooka Well, now,. let me stop right here, rTIi I ALACHUA RESTAURANT AND CAFE l

the New York Times. He made the young lady to the show, hiring a Tho you'll think at first it's queer,

I headlines of a single issue of that I car for $2; paid $2 for tickets; after I'll explain;

!journal the text of his sermon. Lit- the show we had supper at an expense Uncle Worden weighed four hundred I For Ladies and Gentlemen I It II

i tie good could be found in the news. I of $3, and then took her home. And his voice, it fairly thundered I II t tI

* Battle, murder and sudden death; di- Should I have kissed her on leaving? Without strain! t .'.

. ***** and dishonor seemed to him toW Doubter. ;I'.i
I Half Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot I
Now since :Mary weighed no less
the chief items on the news menu Dear Doubter: Yours is one of .i
*f tke Times, a newspaper whose slogan the most perplexing questions that You can very readily guess t
is, "All that's fit to All her charm; tI I
the news comes to us. Considering all mat-
Phone 507 GaInesville Florida
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Print From his text he drew the ters, it looks as though ;you had don Say, that couple did lookfine,
Matched each other to a, line--
f98tlusioD. that the world had fallen all that any reasonable young lady ':
upon evil time forte reason. Arm in arm! ,
days. It was a could ,expect, and we see no .- .
nous shakings of heads. In short, why she would have any right to expect -
tf Well the match it took the prize,
. may paraphrase our impression you to kiss her, or in any way
of his attitude the Republic Took the house and held its eyes
he felt that further trouble yourself for her bene-
was bound for a more or less fit. For the jig;
tuint destiny. Now for all that I might say
Beloved Alligator Friday eveningI
: You will never know the way
Except for fact might be
the one this took a young lady to see David They could jig. THERE IS GREAT SATISFACTION IN KNOWING .
logical conclusion draw from
. to and the health fairies. I was very
e news items in almost any issueof THAT YOUR AUNDRY WILL BE DONE
much embarrassed in the where
scene to describe,
Well I'm
any paper. The fact is one which I David removes his clothes and re- no person to jibe RIGHT, ALSO THAT IT WILL BE IN THE .
.J f**miahs have Don't get comparisons
been of every generation tires. Do you think this n'2s a proper Very well; HANDS OF PEOPLE WHO ARE CAREFUL,
prone to look over.
sort of entertainment for
trtb is Jeremiahs a young So you'll simply have to guess RELIABLE AND EXPERIENCED. THESE
e perhaps, that
? man to take a respectable young ladyto If ever solve the mess !.
n seldom had training in journal- ? Observant. you REQUIREMENTS ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE
Which I tell.
-. and therefore do real-
they Friend: Yours is one of those t ASSUURANCES THAT YOU HAVE WHEN
that it is the unusual, and not the
strange ethical problems that are beyond Don't be rude and think I joke-
blt which constitutes news with YOU SEND OUR LAUNDRY TO US, BY OUR
a the wisdom of even the Alligator Why the floor beneath them broke :
tapes .
:\ As has been said byrUautinrity TRUCKS.
to settle off-hand. We suggest With a crash-
if a dog bites a man. v
' that you see Prof. L. W. Buchholzand Sure, the dance was ended quick .
* *** is "
Lot much in the incident to
Professor Hathaway. These With things mixed up mighty thick- WEAVER'S STEAM LAUNDRY ;
eat Iho reporter, but if a mantes
'l matters are more in their line. Just like hash!
a dog-!
-J. D. W.
-Aad the moral of that is," we
seuIdt really begin to worry You tellum, Roemer, you've traveled -
some. You tellum, Gray you won't change ,
r tie
state of society until we bagto -
color. G
observe headlines of the fol-
bO 1ng curler You tellum Crow, you've got a 3
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good cawse. Professor Hath-a-way all his own. h -" ,
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Juy Smith Married Two Years -- -

Still Loves Her Husband

Jam' a Jones, 45 Today, Boasts lie :

Never Stole Whatever you need in our line before you go home

)1a101';Merely wind Sworn in; :
will make special price you
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iflgkts-The Outlook. THE BUSY BAZAAR

.t.'i- Alligator wishes some Next to United Shoe Store t tI

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WHY DO THEY GROW whic hseem to have sprung up along ........_... _
I barren, .blistering coasts. Miami, St.
'Who'Can explain the why of those Petersburg West Palm Beach,t Or-
Florida-:cities that are outstanding in lando and Tampa furnish proof S that
r .. population and consequent wealth, : it doesn't take solely natural advan ATTENTION j
other municipalities which, all mate- tages to build a town, and, after all, i
ria Ithings being considered, have we believe it is the human equation ,
.natura ladvantages not enjoyed by which decides for success for:"innoc
the fast-growing communities? This uous desuetude." ; 'We havethefollowilg' EDUCATIONAL 1
question has been asked in every There must be other combinationsthan
state in the Union. those of passive assets.. The .
Why did New York become the fate of any city rests with its citizen ": "- RECORDS in stock t

world's greatest port while Charleston ship. It must be united, with petty
selfishness eliminated; it must have .
settled into
a commonplace port .
with:practically no variation in its vision, energy and ambition, andwe '
population for the last half century? truly believe that- secret RECOMMENDED
t munici .
Charleston's harbor is unsurpassed in of the growth of those 'S. <
the world and it started doing business palities which have attracted the attention
.of the nation.-Palatka News. 17084-
r about the same time Fort Amsterdam -
now New York, did. [ 17568Let Us QhW! 1 he..SquirrelVictor; Band Shoemaker's Dance ---h Victor But .

Why did Savannah outstrip Brunswick -'t Visitor-Your daughter is different Soldier Boy (2) Did You Ever See a Lassie Klappdaris .L --..Victor Ba4
nd Charleston, and "how come" from most girls. % She is so sweetly Victor Band .
Port Tampa to flourish and fade away unsophisticated.Fond 18639Drowsy '
Paren -She sure is. Why, 18253Motive :Maggie .
likea vine while ,
green gourd Tampa for Skipping Victor :Military Band '
she thinks B.,V.D.is a college degree. :
blooms and blossoms perennially? Horses-Vic- Dublin Jig and Medley. f t
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Why does Miami attain more growthin .
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one year than St. Augustine has in Fortunate BJrttri Season. 18076 4
e wt()hundred? Persons born between August 23 17004 (1)) Humpty Dumpty. (2) To Market Bia- t
W and September,- when.the sun Is la beth Wheeler. .
venture the observation that Song'Elizabeth
(1) A Dewdrop (2)
Virgo have cool calm :orderiy. bear* .
the answer cannot be obtained in oneexample. tug; self-possessed and', dependable Wheeler*' < Sing a Song of Sixpence (2) I Love Lit8e t
Natural resources would excel In everything -theyondertake-- Mother Goose, No. U_:.Elizabeth Wheeler Pussy-Elizabeth Wheeler. ...
place all of the state's centralizationat business play study competition 01 t :*' *
". center of transportation effort of any kind; have remarkable 17646 f
would give Palatka a long lead over memories. Make best teachers and (1) Mear (2) Lennox (3) Windham (4) 18649Wise Bird (2). Cuckoo Music (3)Star Child-l
lecturers. Somewba Indlned to selfishness
all Bother municipalities; superior port China-Lyric Quartet. LIttlefield. '
and self-gratification but
would hand the palm to FernandinioriPensacola friends they are devoted. I (1) Psalm 107, (Tune "Dundee") (2) Psalm Blacksmith (2) Buttercups (3) Tick Tock- ''t',
J ; natural scenic beauties 100.'::-Lyric..Q rtet.i Littlefield.
Light and Darfc of the Moon.
I would probably land the favored spot '
f somewhere down in Leach's lake girt The light ,of the moon Is the time 18548-Rythme Medley No. I-Victor Military .
hills of Lake." Yet none of these from new moon to full moon and the Band.- *. 18296Dawn of Love .- Neopolitan Tri+ 4,
: dark of the moon Is from full to new I
locations have kept with cities 'Fythmel31edI ........... 1
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t EVERSHARP ; We are in position to furnish school machines. We will sell to
FOUNTAIN PENS, of the John Holland make schools on time. .

Also the marvelous Dunn-Pen, the best self-filler made.
ever '
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# In our repair department we. handle parts for Pencils and we gladly give any information can.Gainesville .

1 Pens and look after repairs. If you have trouble with,your
Wrist Watches or any other watch you have, bring it to us.

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