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VOL. VI. ; FLORIDA, AUGUST 9, 1918. No. 7

Europe's.Messaie English Board of Education,whois tauqua Corner" for a group pic- training: at Camp Devens, Mass.

in charge of pending educa- ture. From the sfze of the crowd There were 2269 men whose hab

tional legislation of fundamental every teacher to a man must itual speech is French; 1354 who

significence. is quoted:_ have been there. Ugly and speak Italian, and so on down to ,! '

What the Nations Think and "At the beginning of the War, handsome, halt and'lame (mentally -,the relatively. few who speak !

Want on EducationalLines when first the shortage of labor ), rich and poor (especiallypoor Japanese, Serbian, Egyptian, Per I

j I became apparent, a raid was ), noble and i ignoble (latter sian, Assyrian, Flemish and Ara

made upon the schools, a great predominating) assembled with bic. Of special interest were the +

raid, a successful raid, a raid one accord. A broiling: Augustsun 625 men who speak German.

Every public officer intrusted' started by a body of unreflecting did not ,prevent us. The

with the support of public schools 1 public opinion. The result ol picture will likely be a bird'seyeview

should know that Europe's that raid upon the schools has as the photographer had to Don't_wait forever. One-half

lesson to the United States asti a been that hundreds of thousandsof plant his camera a long distance off on all wash skirts. Bas,)' Ba- i,

result of the war is to keep the children in this country have away in order to gain the pro-I zaar. :

schools going, and to make education been prematurely withdrawn tecting shade of a tree as a mat

during and after the war from school, and have suffered ter of oersonal comfort.Teachers' \ Declamation Contest

better and more effective than it an irreparable damage,a damage The first declamation
... .- contestto
has ever been, according to a which it will be quite impossiblefor be held in connection with

broadside announcement entitled us hereafter adequately to -
Examination the Summer School was enjoyedby I 4
"Europe's Educational Messageto repair. That is a very grave and a large audience last Tuesday I

America," just issued by the distressing symptom.! Examinations for all classes of I Iteacners' evening. Six young men, T7: N. I
certificates will be held i
Interior Department through its Farabee, A. L. Adams, H. A. Ze- ;
Bureau of Education, for circu- on the University campus, begin
\ter, M. L. Shane, \V. C. Rigby 1
12. The chairmanof }
) ning August
lation among mayors, school Ten Mill Club OrganizedOn and J. D. Sunday under the tuition : I
the board of examiners requests -
board members and other public
of Dr. Chapman acquitted I
Tuesday evening of this all white applicants for:)!
officials. themselves admirably. The medal !
week a large number of those in'certificates to assemble in room I
France Speaks
was awarded to A. L. Adams
"Do let the needs of the 'attendance at the Sum merSchoolmet 25, Peabody Hall ((2d floor), fon-;
not Walton County, M. L. Shaneof i
its for the purpose of organizing day, August 12, at 8:00: a. m., and |
hour, however demanding, or \ Hernando Coming in for hon- !
its Ten-Mill Club. B. B. Lane, all colored applicants to assemble -t
burdens, however heavy, or orable mention. The program \
threatening, or Chairman of the State Campaign in room 1 (basement), of the :,
perils, however of the evening was interspersed I
Committee, presided at the organization same building at the same hour.\1
; its sorrows,however heartbreaking with musical selections, and rec- I
and after a few ap- Applicants for county certifites, '
of the
unmindful itations Dr. !
,make ;you Chapman himself
remarks called for the all grades, will assemble as ; -
of those propriete ''(
f defense of tomorrow, giving two or three delightfl1
officers. The following above indicated, on Tuesday]
election I
disciplines through :which an readings. On the whole, the
1 were elected: Wm. Tyler of morning, as examination for the ]
efficient democracy program was thoroughly enjoy-
- President Miss Isabel certificates does not begin -I .
of Pensacola, ; county
h which the institutions able.
So- civilization can be perpetuated Mays of Lake City, Vice President till Tuesday. I II
I Hubbell of
:. and Miss Julia
': and strengthened.$ Conserve,
! Bradentown, SecretaryTreasurer. DON'T FORGET All sum-
endure taxation and privation,
Much enthusiasm man- Young mer shoes at a big reduction. U-
suffer and sacrifice, to assure to
have ifested and from all indications Soldiers can get you r-cross nited Shoe Store. ,

brought those into whom the world you that it i the teachers are solidly behindthe muddy road after dark without Supt. H. J. Dame of Citrus II
movement. Some two hundred getting your white shoes soiled.
shall be not oniy a safe but a county paid his respects to the
teachers compose the membership i For particulars see Miss Burney. School '
for them1This SUfmer Thursday. By
happy place I) ':
is France's message, as of the Club.S. ,request of Prof. Cawthon, he ad- I

reported by John H. Finley, j Plenty of Variety dressed the teachers at chapel. ;

Commissioner of Education of S. Poses for PictureAt I Some one who recently took He: is a man with a message.

New York State, in his report on Tuesday the trouble to investigate found Your Kodak work will receive ,I
close of chapel ,
French schools in war time. the invited that there were no fewer than I prompt attention by experienced

Also England, morning Dr. Murphree and forty languages besides Englishin I t.photographers at Van SickeFs
all the ;
For England, the HonorableH. ana urged assemble at"Chau- use by !the young soldiers in|Studio, South side of Square, tf

A. L. Fisher, President of the the faculty to

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! all the teachers a "I thought that was a
wishing to type.
"a- ThB Florida AIIiya o i happy, prosperous and enjoyableyear. The world honors the men logue." -:
Edition May we meet again next who is just himself. | 'N 0, a dialogue is where
.;'; Summer School The greater the man, the persons are speaking"The
Till then adieu.
.. ;year.
; simpler his manner.
: r- Subscription, 25c for the Term What is teaching? It has been All the cynic's swans are

said that we have not taught until geese. barber's hand was,
i steady from the ]
someone has learned as a re- of
Published Every Friday: .
j -I. sult of our effort to teach. This Section C Notes preceding night's carousal

--- being true should not be sat- customer was uneasy. Sun
.- Entered as second-class matter, Sep- we Be it here resolved
,. tember 23, 1912,'at the postoffice at isfied with the mere fact that we Fortune smiled on Section C nough, before the shave was!

Gainesville Florida, under the Act of have put forth an effort to teach. through, his chin was cut
: March 3d, 1879. We should follow up and defi- at the opening "There, now," said the vie,
School. By unaminous. vote we
nitely ascertain whether cue f- I"You see the result of liquor!
LINE-UP that here have
j r THE have decided "
"Yes sir said the
': fort has accomplished that barber
Manager gathered the wit, humor, beauty,j
WM. TYLER whereunto it aimed. ; sure does make the skin rot
II' WM. KOEHLER TypographerE. intelligence (?) and charm of all

j' '" .G.ROOKS Advertising Manager The Alligator wishes t o an-, t'le school. Not only do we!

I A. A.MERBLER Circulation M'g'r nounce to the public that he is I believe this, but numerous boyso Fur SailThe

.. Miss EDITH STANTON, Stenographer now available for all social functions A and Bvill
I';, if J.G.YOOS, DevilOPPlace that occur on the campus, verify this statement. Numders Alligator has on ban
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most a barrel full of hand
all communications and news such as water-melon cuttings, have sworn to live and die by

I' '; items in boxes designated for that Saturday hikes, candy pullings their belief that the one girl lived poetry that was unable toe
in Peabody and Language the columns on account of
purpose games, etc. Don't leave us out ?
j. here. Some of the instructors '1
1 l: .Halls. As a matter of"good faith" because of our age, color, or bunions and other pedal defcshies.
have different opinion
slightly ,
i name to every piece a '
: sign your Anyone having usefoican
previous condition of servitude. '
J. -but then, every one changes
have this
,. The Summer School is drawing their mind except fools and dead lot at a veiyi -:

r Just seven short weeks ago, to a close, as all summer I people.-Summer School faculty price.

\. the Alligator, with becoming schools have a habit of doing. take warning

'. modesty, made a respectful bow The total enrollment for the session Dean Cox with usual and GAINESVILLE NATIONAL

t i' to the teachers md public and reached 432. (Type; error wonderful foresight and ability Gaines.ille Florida

'I entered upon his summer career. last week made ,it 532)). An excellent -:I to read human nature selected

That career having: been run, he spirit has prevailed thru-
I Mrs. Lenora Murray to lave: the We solicit your busing
would now with a double out the term and good, solid'i honor of presiding over this

.. i i I ._ portion ot said modesty bow an work has been the order of the:f Section. As a result of her

.. I If; exit. Before passing, however, day. The attendance has held! summer she has gained honor,
it not be amiss for him to fe\vl James Chesnut Jr.
might up exceedingly ,well only a glory and undying fame. {
: make just this brief observation: whose schools opened rather
prematurely "Arbuckle"Yates says he can Ien9sVomen's and .
t' Thanks are due to some two having departed. Ttvo
instantly pick out Section C. Children's FINE SHOE
hundred loyal, patriotic teachers young ladies were overheard recently -
They pay their board bill in advance South Side :
; and friends whose names are on Squrre
.. wishing that it might con- with variations.
I our subscription list as well as to tinue eight weeks longer. Dean'I
) Who! who! who are we!
i a goodly list of advertisers in the Cox states unqualifiedly that it I
; 4 We are the girls of Section C. '
.. W. S. & Co.
i city of Gainesville They, together has been the most successful Ice cream, ginger ale, soda Dorsey

I with the support of the summer term. n' the history water, Leaders in Fine Groceri
i University, have made the Alli I pop -
Nor the University. Section C. Section C, alwayson Phones 15 and 150 -

J torpossiblethissummer. We stop the press to report that 'top! Gainesville, : Florid.
those who have
I. would we forget i an enthusiastic woman suffrage .
made literary contributions. ....
meeting of very vast dimensionsis The Alligator ---
charges five cents a line
Newsltems,jokes,timely articles being held at "Chautauqua Ijr space, but we don't mind giving five

'}. on timely subjects and even Comer. Miss Isabel Mays is in'! cents' worth of space to callect one cent ALEX'SOpposite
r poems have all been appreciated: I still due on subscription to the Alligator
I charge. That this movement is
and have contributed largely toI gaining momentum with each :by a member of the faculty mentions UniversityRESTAURANT

t the measure of success attained.! succeeding:year cannot be gain-:i last week. We even go last week twenty .

J 1 All the kind words of commendation -'said or denied. B. B. Lane the( I!I cents better this time. Later-After ICE CREAM PARLOR

and praise have been:Alligator: B.Jones and others this above was what writtan we collected tour cents _----- -
due and
was the gentleman
t ] appreciated and will have just divested themselves 01 feels I
L higly ever much eloquence and so good over the frequet appearance
{, ; be cherished as one of the richest logic in furtherance of profound the .0: his name in print that he set the Allii Dr. GORDON TYSON:
heritages of our life.: !which should cause i gator up to all he could drink at the cold!
assure ultimate!
l 4 j drink stand at the entrance to Dentist 1
The Alligator proclaims him success. Language
F Hall,and
I _makes a similar promise fer
\ I' self at peace with all mankind.' the future. A proper use of Alligator

: All the little disputes and differ-: Bex TaxIt I I space pays. Moral} -See us for rates.

; ences of opinion have been amicably -; is easy to mistake our I The tele Tea Eo
settled and not a single own
J world of thought for the thought I Johnny studying; "Pop, what'sa
feeling of envy or, spite rankles of the world. monologue?" at the Art Shop

in his bosom. Good will! domi-t You cannot g permanence- I m"A monologue is a conversation :4;

:. t nates his entire being. Here's to a book by printing it in italic between husband and ofNorah :
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of you. Library in Peabody Hall

Prof. Lane has paid his Alligator is to have a new clock. As a
subscription in full. mark of appreciation for the

Don't wait forever. Onehalfoff many courtesies and kindnesses

on all wash skirts. Busy Ba- extended them by ,the University GAINESVILLE FLORIDASHOES.

Summer School, the studentsare

in theUniversity zaar.What doth a man's money at the suggestion of Mrs. S.
Bus profit him if his wife is widow? F.Richmond and with the hearty

DONT FORGET All summer support and assistance of "Ar-

Fare. One Way, lOc shoes at a big reduction. U- buckle" Yates, presenting the library H B. M. Tench H
with this clock. The plate
nited Shoe Store.
Fitteen Rides for $1.00 -
Runs Minutes Mrs. W. D. Stivender was called will read, "Presented bthe Q '. GAINESVILLE 0
Every Twenty of 1918."
Summer School
home to Leesburg, Tuesday,
.by the death of her brother-in- The closing vesper services of FLORIDA
A 4 y .:.. t I law: the Summer School] were conducted E
,J; Dean Cox. Dr. Cox
Prof. Hathaway says of a certain -I
,. member of the faculty, had announced that in the event SHOES
that he could get no one else for
whom all will recognize upon
I I the occosion he would perform
reading this, that he is so ugly
that the Lord grins every time I himself. He explained that he

\He looks at him. (It was not I was makingthe announcement The Phifer State Bank
Gainesville Planing & Coffin Cc. the Alligator.) in advance so they could stay
away. The announcement, Strong and Conservative

" Flooring, Ceiling,::Siding/Finish\ x A new student who arrived a however, seemed to have the Gainesville. Florida
few days ago met L. W. Buch--
Dnily.Capacit) 25,000 Feet opposite effect as an unusually
holz, so 'tis said, and started conversation -
lar jiumber were present, including -
Gainesville, Fla. Phone 166 with the remark'Yourface
both teachers and enlist- Headquarters for_
familiar." Beforehe
ed men as well as t townspeople.
Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted Sporting GoodsNONE
could get any further, L. W. They were not disappointed.Dean .
Broken Lenses Duplicated broke in on him with "Young BETTER
Cox has been absent the
in one hour's time man, when you have raised a
last few days, being in attend- The Thomas Co.
C. H. Coles & Son family like mine and get to be ance at the Conference for Vocational
as old as I am, your face will
Refracting and Mfg Opticians. Education of SouthEastern -
look familiar too.
Division, under the Smith- J. W. McCollum & Co.
The Alligator is in receipt ofa Hughes Act. He represents the

L. J. Bu.rkiiim letter from one H. L. DeWolf University at the Conferenceand DruggistsCorner
who was formerly a member of
will also address the body
Clothier and Furnisher its staff. Mr. DeWolf, after two, during the session. In the absence East Main and Union I

POPULAR GOODSat years as lead of the Departmentof of Dr. Cox, Prof. Cawthonis Ij
POPULAR PRICES Science in Pensacola High of the situation. Mr. j ,
in charge
School, was induced to go to the Cawthon, while off duty as High See A. J. VIDAL

Do Business with Hillsboro High School as teacher fits in For '
School Inspector, nicelyfor Drugs, Stationery, Toilet
in the Department of Science. little odd jobs like this. He Articles, Souvenir Cards .
FLOftlOil A t BANK
The Alligator believes that Mr. usually measures up to all requirements Waterman's Pens 1

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The Florida Alligator Sn~mm er S obool md cition VOL. VI. GAINESVILLE, F'LORIDA, AU~-T 9, 191S Europe 'V II 0 Ifl into the world that S MeBssaqe What the Nations Think and Want on Educational Lines Every public officer intrusted with the support of public school kno w that Europe d [s| 'Si lesson to the United States as a' result of the war is to keep the schools going, and to make education during and after the war I better and more uffecfve than it has ever been, according to a' broadside announcement entitled "Europe's Educational Message to Amernca," just issued by the Interior Department through its Bureau of Education, for circulation 'among mayors, school board members, and other public officials. France Speaks "Do not let the needs of the hour, however demanding, or its burdens, however heavy, or its perils, however threatening, or its sorrows, however heartbreak112, make von unmindful of the defense of tomorrow, of those disciplines through ;which an efficient democracy is possible, through which the institutions of civilization can be perpetuated and strengthened. Conser~ English Board of Education, who is in charge of pending educational legislation of fundamental significence. is quoted: "At the beginning of the war, when first the shortage of labor I I I I veI Endure taxation and privy ation, suffer and sacrifice, to assured yo u h a brought shall be happy place for thent" This is France's message, reported by John H. Fini Commissioner of Education New York State, in his report French schools in wyar tune. it a as ey of on Also England I For England, the Honorable I H. A. L. Fisher, President of the I becaI madet raid, started publi that I been of chi been from an ir whic for repa disir T E wvee tatte Cor gan pro elec ing Pen me wxas upon the schools, a great a successful raid, a raid ~d by a body of unrefhecting C OPifliOfl. The result ct raid upon the schools has that hundreds of thousands ijidren in this country have prematurely withdrawn schoci, and have suffered reparable damage, a damage h it us hereafter ir. essing symptom. .n Mill Club Organized ni Tuesday evening of this k a large number of those in ndance at the SummerSchool for the purpose 4 a Ten-Mill Club. airman of the State mmitlee, itatiOn und after nf organizB. I. Lane, Campaign at the ora f priete remarks called tion The ewv apfor the follow were elected: Win. Tyler of isacola, President; Miss Isabel Mays of Lake City, \'icc l'resi dent; and Miss Julia Hubbell of Bradentown, Secretary-TreUsurer. Mtuch enthusiasm was man.ifested and trom all indications the teachers are solidly behind the movement. Some two bundred teachers compose the miembershitt of the Club. adequately tauqu lure. every have hands aimy, poor) a Corner" teacher to been there. some, halt for a group to Teachers I Examinations for all c] I teachers' certificates will on the fling A anman n Ugly and lame (m rich and poor (especi noble and ignoble (li lust and enttally hitter predominating) assembled with one accord. A broiling August sun did not prevent us. The picture will likely be a bird's-eve view, as the photographer had to plant his camera a long distance away in order to gain the pro.tecting shade of a tree as a matter of personal comfort. I'asses oft be held U niversity campus, beginugust 12. The chairman of the board of examiners requests all white appi certificates to assemble 25, Pe abody Hall (2d :ants in r for o-om1 floorxMonday, August 12, at 8:00 'a. in., and all colored applicants to assemble in room I t basement). of the same building at the same hour. Applicants for county certifites', all grades, will assemble as above on Tuesday morning, as examination for the county certificates does not begin till Tuesday. Young Ladies Only Soldiers can get you cross muddy road after dark without getting your white shoes soiled. F-or particulars see Miss Burney. Plenty of S. S. Poses for Picture At the close of chapre i iTud morning Dr. Murphy iited and urged all the teachers ad the faculty to assemble at'CauVariety Some one who recently the trouble that there were no fewer than forty languages in use byvthe besides English -oung soldiers in training at Camp Devens, Mass. There were 2269 men whose hab itual speech is French; 1354 who speak Italian, and so on down to the relativ'elxfew who speak Japanese, Serbian, Egyptian, Per sian, Assyrian, Flemish and Arabic.Of special iterest were the 625 men who speak German. IDon't of f on all wait forever. wash skirts. One-half Ias) lidzaar. Declamation Contest The first declamaion contest to be held in connection wish 'the Summer Schoo I Wals Ln joyed by a large audience List ITlesdlav evening. Six young r Farabee, A. L. Adams, ter, M.L.Shane, V. and J D. S u ndla tind tion of Dr. H. A. I Cihapmian themselves adm lati al was 'awarded tO N. XeC. ligh r the li Thec medL \dams of Walton Count,* \1. L Shane of H-ernando (em 'n in f ,r h orable mention. of the evening a xn itl musical sQleci itafions, Dr. Chlapm gix ing t' o or ttre readliI's. On the lbc pr('gram'l in ttrsIpersed nIS, andC rettin hjimseif e dclightful wholel, the plogram xxas thoroughly enjoyDON'T FORGET-All summer shoes at a big reduction. United Shoe Store. Supt. H. J. Dame of Citrus county paid his respects t Summer School Thursday. o the By '-eq Iest of Prof. Cawvthon, he addressed the teachers at chapel. took He is a man with a message. Your Kodak work will recei prompt attention by experienced photographers at Van Sickel's Studio, South side of Square, tf From the size of the cr No. 7 apparent, a raid should will be quite impossible That is a very grave andl 'Exarmination presided of officers. indicated, not only, a saife but to investigate found


Th Flrd Summer Sch subscription, 25c cci Edton for the Term Published EvenFriday Entered as second-class matter, September 28. 1912, at the postoffice at Gainesvile, Florida. under the Act of March Sd, t879. THE LINE-UP WM. WM. E. G. A. A. Miss J. G. TYLER -Manager KOELILER -Typographer ROOKS Advernining Manager MERBLER Circulation Mg'r EDITH STANTON Stenographer YOOS, -Devil zrPace ai corrnunications a,.d new items in boses designated for that purpose in Peabody and Language sgn your nan to evr p ee Just seven short weeks ago, the Alligator,. with becor mng modesty, made a respectful bow to the teachers -nd public and entered upon his summer career. That career having been run, he would now with a double portion of said modesty bo-. an wishing to all the teachers a happy, prosperous and enjoyable i-ea. Ma we meet again next What is teaching? It has been said that we have not taught unnil someone has learned as a resuit of our effort to teach. This being true, we should not be sat-. isfied with the mere fact that we have put forth an effort to tetmh. We should follow up and definitely ascertain whether ( U -e f fort has accomplished a t whereunto it was aimed. The Aiiigator xxishes to announce to Thu public that he is now available for all social functions that occur on the campus. such as wvater-melon cuttings,. Saturday hikes, candy pullings games, etc. Don't leave us out because ot our age. color. or previous condition of ser'.itude. The Summer School is drawimg to a close,. is all summnir schools have a habit of doing. The total enrollment for the session reached 432. 'last week made it cellent spirit has r out the wor exit. Before passing, however,' day. it might not be amiss for him to UD e make just this brief observation: Thanks are due to some two hundred loyal, patriotic teachers and friends whose names are on our subscription list as well as to a goodly list of advertisers in the city of Ganesville. They, together xnith the support of the University, have made the Alligator possible this summer. Nor would we forget those who have made literary contributions. News items, jokes, timely 'articles on timely subjects and even poems have all been appreciated and have contributed largely to the measure of success attained. All the of mendation and praise have been higly appreciated and will evtr be cherished as one of the richest heritages of our life. The Alligator proclaims him.self at peace with all mankind. All the little disputes and dif ferences at opinion have been arricably settled and not a single feeling of envyor spite rankles in his bosom.Good wxl!1domerules his entire bcing. Here's term and (Type error 532,. prevailed good, k has been the order of the The attendance has held xceedinglyv wveil, only a few whose schools opened rather pre maturclv,. hax ing departed. Two young ladies were overheard recentlv n~ ishing That it might contiue eight Cox states, weeks longer. Dean unq iial fiedi y that it h as been the most successful summer termn~i the history of the Univcrsit \We stop the press to report that an enthusiastic woman suffrage meeting of very vast dimensions is being Corner." charge. gainng held at "Chauta uii Miss Isabel M1a' s is in Thar this movement is momentum xxiiii each succeeding 'ear cannot be gamsaid or denied. B. B. Lane. thn' Alligator, \. B. Jones and other s hav jus disted hernsc is0 lo0ic in furtherance of the cue wxhic success. should assure its ultimate Bex Tax wo rld of thou zh for thi ()' H"i of the world. You cannot a' e ptermanehsc to a book by primhing it in itai 0 An exwho is just hmself.e simpler his manner. All the cynic's geese. Section C N Be it here resolved:-Fortune smiled on at the opemnn 0f Who! who! who ar We are the girls of Ice cream, ginger water, pop: Section C. Section man, swans C we. Section ale, s C. oda C, always on top! The Alligator charges five aents a line f ar space, but we don't mind giving five cents' worth of space to callect One cent sl:1 due on subscription to tlw Asliato, r a member of the faculty mentioned last s'eeX. W e even go last week twenty cents better this time. LaterAfter ~etls so good over the irequet appearsae o js z-me mpriI, that he et the Agno: up to a A ould drink at the e.d mn~:stad tfl? eurnce to Languagi Ha: 4 mak a -inmlar promIse fir 'p wt. Mor.;-Se us for ra johnnystudy ing; "Pop, what's a monologue?" ."A monologue is a cons ersa'Ion wi f between husband a nd. in f the otes Section C Summer can C. "I thought that logue." a persons are pai The steady precedir custome "There, now," B'unanimous 'ote we "Y Sk rcI have decided that here ha; e gathered i'he wit, humor, beauty, iarelligence ?' and charm of all we believe this, but numerous boys o Companies A and B will ierifv this statement. Numdei s have sworn to live and die bh their belief that the one girl lived he re. have a slightly different opinicn, -but then, every one chant es their mind except fools and dead people.-Surnmnr School faculty take warning. Dean Cox x' ith usual and wonderful forcsieht and ability to read human most a barrn] povtrythat the coltimrn bunions anc itdes. .Anx> was a is whetea *1 g V full of hazid Y.15 unable toon account o ot er oedf nepedal usefa can Laxc t: ui 'at a price. GAINESVILLE nature selected 1 ave over As a result of ihe We solicit this her I a mes Chesn ut, Jr. Men' e PS thildret Scn W. S. ti. D ( Leaders in Phones Gainesville A LB )rsey &A Fine Groceria 15 and 150 x' ICE CREAM1 Dr. COR DON Dun ist The Kettle at the type The world honors the dialogue baer's hand wasi from the effects of4 12 night's carousal, ? r was uneasy. Swre School. nough, before the shave wus( through, his chin was cut, bie school. S aid the vit) of liquor. Not only do \Yes sisaid the barer sure does make the skin roth Fur Sail The Aliigamor has on hand Some of the instructors thruMrs. Lenora Murray to solid honor of presiding Section. NAION j GiainesvIe, Florid. summer she has gained glory and undving fame. your honor. busn ~Arbuckle" Yates says he instantly pick out Section They pay their hoard bill vance with x arittions. in ad\Vomer's and nf FINE SHOEF Sie SM LUr kind words I I I L.*j Opposite University RESTA URANT PARLO3 TYSON Tea Ru Art Shop| "Norab Norton


U,-------~ --~ The University of F1lor ida GAINESVILLE A State Unixersity of the Highest Educational Standards. Ranking with the Largest and Best Universiti's of the North and East. Mi uitarv Tratn tug undier off ICCrs of the U. .\rm'. Studenis offered opportunity of joining Reserve Officers Training Corps. For information write the Registrar Pure Make the most to-morrow will lof',ou. of to-d make rh Prof. Lane has paid hi tor subscription in full. ide in e IDon't wait off on all wa zaar. \Vhat doth University Bus ""rf i DO Farc, One Way, I0c F5Itteen Rides for $1.0 Runs Evut v Twent\ Minutes forever. sh skirts. A man's him"f ""sx~ie's N'T av and' ec most: s AI1:gaDne-half Busy Bamoney 'vido". FOG G T--All suminmier shoes at a big eduction. 17 nited Shoe Store. Mrs. W. I). Stivtendcr xx.s cal'ed home to Leesburg, Tuesday, by the death of her brother-inlaw. Prof. HIathaway savs of a cerlain member of t hi e faculty, whom reading Gainesvile Planin iiFlooring, Ceiling, Da.ily Capacty Gainesville, Flu.Eyes Tested & Coffin Cc. Finish Si ding,. 2aOOO Fedt Phone 166 Glasses Fitted Piroken Lenses, Duplicated in one hour's time C. H. Coli Refracting and & Son \Ifg Op:icians. Cloilije; and Furnisher POPULA R GOODS at POPULAR PRICES ~ Do IBiisiness with THEFLOWA NrlONA BANK "flTh N ew Million Dollar Bank,' that the all wviii recognize upoR this, that he is so uigIy' L ord grrins every time 'He looks 'a him. 'ii wa~s not the Alligator.) A new student who arrixid a fewv days ago met L. W .Buchholz, so 'tis said, and si arted conversation with the remark,"'four face looks a mii a r-he could get any furth broke in on him with man, when vou family like mine Before er, L. W Young have raised a in d as old as I am, your look tamiliar to.'' get to be face will The Alligator is in receipt of a leter o n"e ".L De\Vo"f who was formerly a member of its staff. Mr. DeWo years as head of the of Science in Pens If, after txxo Department School. was iuduceu to go tO Ine 2 ii -o HiL -h~ t h: .-tlC ta rh HCl15Lbor er in the T'hc Alli, De Wolf I ~ JtL'JJhL.0Lt~lSchool I Department of Science. I ri lite' gator believes that Mrusually will be heard from and J quremen "' thinks people egotist is a if he hadn,'t V. (Mld s5 1n charge 01 n'an wxho been burr, haVe V. .iftC d wj k now why not.''-Puck. The Librarx in Peabodx Hall to have a new clock. As a mark of mnany a pprec Ia lon 11he siLUJLIUn. ll. Caxxthon, while off duty as tHigh nspector, odd jO)S measures ts, phys fits like ip (7:11 I Z~~iF2~v ILLIfor the courtesies 0nd kindnesses extended them by the Univcrsi lv Summer School, the students arc, at the suggestion of Mrs. S. F.Richmond and with the Learty support and assistance of "Abuckle" Yates, presenting the Ii1)rhrv with is clock. T1he plate x ill read, Summer S':hool "Presented br the Q of 1918".' The closing vesper the Summer School ducted by Dean CPox. services ofE were COnDr. Cox' had announced that in the ev ent S that he could get no one else tor the OCCOSIon he himself. would perform lie explained (A INmSV EI.VIomlUI S H B.RM. 0 E Tench GAINESVILLE FLORIDA H 0 S H 0 E E S that he was making the announcement, in advance so they could stay away. however, Thle annfOun fcemlent, The Phifei Strong and r State Bank (Jon ser vat ivx seemed to have the Gainesx'illc., opposite ci fect as an unusually large number were present, including both teachers and enlist.The vce no>t disappoited.De Dean Cox has been absent the las fe das, ein in atted anc atthe tional Etiu crn1 ( Cofernce frVc cation of South.EastDivision, under the Hjuihes A University and wviii ct. Smithsic represents the Sat the Conference also addr ess the body during the session. In the a!)Florda I eadquarters for SportingG od NONE BETTER Th Tomas C0. J. W. McCollurn & Co. Druggists Corner East >ee in nicely this. He to all roand othA-TFor Drugs, Main and Union I DAL StatiOnery, Articles, Souvenir Waterman's Peim Peronaities g L. J. Burkhim sence of Dr. Cox, Prot. Cawthon .1 t rwtso. .s keepiag an eve on him. Toilt Clads,


If you comne once, you can't. stay S. L. Carter, Manager Normal Students TH E BIG STORE ake it ex ends you a cordial inyour headquarters vitation to m in town. We wants at lowest Ladies' Shoes Men's Outfitting and Furnishings Ladies' Rest Room, Second while will do our best td supply your pnces. Men's Shoes Ladies' WVaists awayFloor, FREE W. N. Wilson, Owner Johnson's Anything in ti FExamination Dates Juy2,JfesncutN ni Superintendent Sheets has announced the scheduled appointments of the State Board of Examiners, up to and including September all grades of 30, 1919. certificate the stated times and Examinations for s will be held at ,laees, and every teacher not holding a valid Florida certificate must take the examnintion when hedi "thecouny oria cuty adji igthe onen whchhe or 1"91-. August 2, Leon County, sh s te.Tallahassee. August 12,Alachua couty, Gamnesville August 27. Hamilton county, Jasper. September 3, Orange county. September simmee. September Cov Sprigs 10, Osceola flrIandn cOUnty,. 17. Clay county, etember 2, Okaloosa county, October 1. Duvai October 8, Hillsborough KisGreen Crestcounty, Jacksonviile county, pa. October 15, Marion county, October 22, Palm Beach Palm Beach. October 29. Suwannee Oak. TamOcala county, county, W est November 5. Jackson couIty Mariana November Milton. November 19, City. November 26, 12, Sarita Roaa county, Bradford Lake (ountV, County, Lake July 29, Bay county, Panamn City. Close of Summer Schoo! at Tallai see and at Gainesville. August 26. Hernando vii le. September 2, mee, September 9, ISeptember 16. yiule. ISe'ptemcer 23, lay Sttmber 30, Osceola Broward Brevard Holme& County, Broak CoIn ty.Kiss county, PC county, Tht cian ty, Ukatoota eunty, Cr, Mess Hall Mess The ne Rooks, an through the night. no time w waiters, d Shane, Clayt were p "belt line"' Thurs& Needless to say they in making the Mr. Hamilton. trip. wvaiteCr No. 12, left for his home in K simmee WXE Lihe is being fill SThe grits dnesdav. His pha ed by Mr. Rooks. ran out \Vednesd and our "Arbuckle" Yates iske busy trying to explain nomonen. Signed. Sec'y. Leetsburg. December 3, Dade cOUnty, Miamnt December 10,Seminole During Teachers' county,Sanford Association, A lackua county, Gainesville January E.S. Clavel, NOTE: liv we mean tht \vaiters Waiters' Cli x H ismz 3%H W. Univ. Ai waiters table table No fl which eat. 7, Pinellas county,Ciearwater January 14, DeSoto county. Arcadia January 21, Taylor county, Perry January belle28, Franklin February 4, Escambia Februar3 City. February February cntown. tout y, Caracounty, Pensa1i, Columbia county, 18, Pasco -3, Lake County xv a garbage of waternm at first co county, DadeCity M,1anatce as seen bending ov can with a large pie edon. The AlligS uid hardly figure C she (oUint', BradMarch 5. Monroe court Key WYest. March 11, St. Lucie county, Pierce. March 18, Putnam county, Palatka March 25, LaFayette county, MayoApril 1, Washington county, Chipley April 8, Liberty county, Bristol April 15, Citrus county, Inverness April 22, Orange county, April 29, Flagler county, May 6, Baker county, M ay 27, Volusia county, June 17, Springs June 10. Jude 24. Springs. 'Walton county Madison county, Clay Orlando, Bunnell MceClenny. DeLand. ,DeFumrak Madison. county, Green Cove Prices. Gainesville July 1, Okeechobee county. Okeechobee City. July 8, Sumter county, Bushnell. July 15. St. .Johnw county. St Augustine. Good Bye. COOL--COMFORTABLE-CON VENILENT Hosiery and Kerchiefs Dress Goads and Street Hats Bog Pharmacy ie Drug Line I. The Store Normal Students, make this store Your Store "QUALITY and SERVICE" -Leaders in Wear Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, We Will Appreciate Fort proven that she was lies, 7 can. Quite xx'as created Go ods May May exciteS Bocks 13, Gadsden county, Quinicy. 20, Polk county, Lakeland. at Low yOU know that hiandy once In a 'S., never July 22, Jefferson county, Montia

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