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of the most unique affairs FINALS AROUSE PEP
(Continued from Last Week) The Inn "My\ but don't you hate to
given for the normal students this College
leave? And hasn't this been the
summer was the party given by theY. Malphurs, York, Alachua.
grandest ? I despise
Few Last Matches Yet to be Played. summer ever sure -
:M. C. A. under the direction I
special :Markwood, Frank E., Oakland.
Hoped Tournaments Will to pack my trunk and leave
of Mr.\ White in honor of :Martin, Lynn Ellis, Ft. White. Occur Each Summer.We this old room which seems almost
the "Ye Country Cousins" on the Matlack, :Marian Brooks, Sorrento THE HUMOROUS SIDE like home to me."Don't .
campus. And they were all there, Matthews, Blan, Alachua. are sorry that the champion you remember that first
too, in their Sunday-go-to-meetin :Matthews, John Ray, Hawthorne. OF LIFEOur doubles have not been played up Sunday? I thought I should pass 1
frocks and frills. About seven- :Maxwell James M., Hampton. to the date of going to press. Beck away. I went to church in the
thirty they began to gather from Meadows, Alfred A., Ocala. school life is the most important & Westmoreland are in the final morning but in the afternoon I was
every nook and corner of the cam- Mears, Geo. Hiram, Cypress. stage in our lives, and, race for champion of men's sin- so lonesome and blue I didn't' know
pus and on entering the "Y" pro- Moore, D. H., Clermont. though taken seriously, has its gles. Rush and Hentz vs. Johnsonand what to do. I roamed around all
ceeded to have a family reunion.In :Morlan, Ira, Eau Gallie. humorous side. If it were not for Miller are in the race for championship over the campus, from one hall to
order to assure himself that Mountain, It. 0., Brooksville. the funny and comical incidents in in the woman's doubles. another, with not a thing to do and
all of the individuals coming under Moyer, Martin Hartwell, Ft. White. our daily experiences, school life Rush and Hentz are in the race not a soul to talk to. I soon found
his paternal care from "Ma": Otto, Joseph, Key West. would indeed be dull. But: it is for champion of woman's singles. out to my great joy that wasn't
Yates to Sambo, Farmer Yates was lOtto, Thomas 0., Key West. these that make our time spent in Westmoreland and Rush, Hall and going to be the permanent state of
obliged to call his family roll after Peaden. Porter Lee, Red Rock. class and at study so pleasant. In Hart, Thomas and Meffert, and affairs. Isn't it the easiest thingto
which the entire family proceededto Pender, :Marmaduke: S., Sneads. the summer normal one meets Schofield and Cooper are in the meet people and have a good t
give their other cousins a dem- Pepper, W. M., Jr., Gainesville. every specimen of humanity. There race for the mixed doubles.In time after you once get started?
onstration of their capacity to en- Person, Charles W., Wildwood. are the wise old owls, as wise as the men's doubles Henson and Hand me that book, won't you
joy themselves. Pope, Charles Edward, Starke. Socrates and about as handsome. Knight play the winners of the please? I don't exactly see how I'.
Then :Mrs. King called out her Prince, William Cary, Greenville. There are sweet little things fresh two following sets for championship I am going to get all this junk back '
family who attempted to put all of Hinson :M.: R., Hinson. from the fields, so green that the Hall and Beck vs. Stroud and Into this trunk. :
their cousins to shame by the ex- Roberts, Aaron Knight, Wellborn. geese pick at them through the Simmons; Schofield and Johnsonvs. "Wasn't that first chapel inter- !
hibition of their rare ability. Aft- Roberts, Walter, Wellborn. fence. On our campus there are Westmoreland & Tan. esting. I wonder why the rest
er each family had done its utter- Robshaw, Fred, Hastings. two dormitories, Thomas Hall and The tournament has attracted: have not been so well attended. I
most to outdo every other, the gen. Reams, A. D., Greenville. Buckman Hall, and the other day quite a bit of attention among the was really too busy looking around
tlemen formed a processional and Schebinger, John, Delray. one of our lassies approached me students and all who went out for seeing what was going on and who
passed in review before the honor- Scofield, Joseph W., Inverness. and asked "Who is this Thomas honors and who played have found was there to pay much attention to
able judges in order that they might i Scott, John G., Lake City. Hall that I hear so much about. that their time was well spent for the announcements but then I
determine which were dressed the i Shearouse, Jasper N., Savannah, Another one who is well known on every minute of the playing time know I wasn't the only one and t
most characteristically. After much Ga. the campus asked a student: waiter was enjoyed, and is still being en- we all managed famously anyway. ,\
deliberation the first honors were Simmons, Andrew C., Jacksonville. 'Are you satisfied with being a joyed. In the final sets, the win- Wasn't "Moo\ cow moo" perfectly
given to Farmer Bullock, the sec- Simmons, G. Ballard, Ponce de waiter? Wouldn't you like to go ners are surely having to play adorable? I could listen to that
ond to Farmer Yates, and the thirdto Leon. to school here like the other hard. It is to be hoped that a tour man forever. Excuse me, but won't
Sambo Campbell.In Smedley, Joseph M., Ocala. boys?" The waiter replied, "I'm a nament will be held every sum- you please sit on something be-
like manner the ladies pre- Smith Archibald Y., Miami. 'hash-slinger' from the old school, mer. sides that frock? It must be pack
sented themselves and Mrs. Farmer Smith, Foster S., Hawthorne. lady. I'm a bonafide member of ed.
King received first' honors and Smith, John, West Palm Beach. the Royal Order of Hashslingersand is the mess-hall etiquette which is "Then registration. I thought I
Farmerette Deborah Hurlbert received Smith, Neal L., Montverde. very well pleased with my lot becoming established here. That should have to wait forever. Wasn'tit
second honors. Stroud, :M.: R., Wauchula. in life." Our school is fortunatein is-get all you can and the best just oodles of fun getting start-
After these honors were con- Summitt, Robert E., Pomona. having the services of a proto- you can, without being noticed. ed In our classes? Even though we
ferred all formed in processional, Swanson, R. M., Gainesville.Tan type of old Sherlock Holmes in When a person acquires this abil- did think at the time they would ,
lead by the couples receiving first, Len B., Canton, China. the person of Hawkshaw. He i is ity he is considered the personifi- be dreadful, they didn't turn out :
second and third honors, and Taylor, Charles Dudley, Eau Gal- very conscientious in maintaininglaw cation of culture. More could be half bad. Yes, I'll take that in Justa
marched over to the gym, where lie. and order. The girls very seldom said along this line, in fact, the minute; Just look at the stuff \
the dance was going on and where Taylor, John Stansel, Jr., Largo. need chaperones when in com half has never yet been told. But, to be packed yet, and this trunk is
they did the grand march for the Taylor, Thomas DeWitt, Oak 11111. pany with their "would-bes," as as brevity is the soul of wit, I pre- filled now. \
entertainment of the dancers who Thomas, Harvey Lee, Center Hill. Hawkshaw is always found nearby, sume I had better quit. "The real fun didn't begin until
were delighted with the rare brilliancy Thomas Lacy G., Baldwin. hovering somewhere In the vicin- Co-eding is over, fellows; hon- the first dance, did it? Wasn't
and attractiveness of the Thomas, Leo Julian, Lake City. ity. If it happens that he is not est. (Signed) that grand though? Too bad every
1'O-": T1ITFf ON PAGE THREE' (CONTINUED ON PAGE FOUR) there one of his dogs will be. There A. RAT. (CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE)
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uuJj-1 THURSDAY, AUGUST 5.19& :1:1o
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:;J The Remainder of This Month On Monday evening after six, I wish I was a little stone,
: grand time, we're having at Uni- A car came driving by; A-settin' on a
versity this year, Was stopped in front of Thomas A-doin' nothin' all day long
1'1 Our Low Prices With plenty of work and some play- Hall But just a-settin' still.I .
ing for flavor. By Hawkshaw, with a cry. wouldn't eat, I wouldn't drink,
Automobile rides and letters from I wouldn't even wash,
I "Say, fellows, don't you know that
Prevail home, I'd just set still and restA -
- And good things to eat beyond this thousand years, by gosh.C. .
Is quite against the rules? .
R. M.
Was there a girl expecting you,
II In Ladies Mens'and Children's You two big silly f-Is?"
, The girls are so pretty, the boysare "Just think of it-a full dinner,
t1i t i' Ready-to-wear. so nice, In, answer to his question soup, fish, roast, vegetables, salad,
a The faculty courteous, the studentsso They gave a curt reply, desert and coffee, all for a quar-
{fi kind, "\'hy no," they quickly answered.But "
;! I ter.
But still all are busy all the live- ( we know they told a lie).
I The Bazaar lowna Ford. "Great Scott, man! Where?"
:Ji! i Busy long day through,
f From earliest bugle till long after "Oh, I don't know, but just thinkof
!'I'! i 113-115 West University Avenue nine. Hobart College is the first Amer- it."
: ican educational institution to receive -
! For lack
of space no prices mentionedi
i o! J Who cares for dust or heat or dew? a 77-millimeter field piece "A bachelor is a man who
I J These little things we do not mind; from the French government. thought twice and forgot to leap."

; :I; We'll mostly put the exam throughIn
J,r: k the last week, as you will find.

We are almost eight hundred FIRST NATIONAL BANK I

I,: i : The University Book Store strong,
E The treats. from the citizens, the GAINESVILLE FLA.
music, the show
I' : Your Business Solicited<<= Incorporated 1888
:Memories pleasant, of the bless-
I''. ings here,
I ,'e! Will last through life, though short'
;"I+if' 'sp4 .s or long.
!'I : duEsenBerry sPooPendikE.Last .


tored down to Silver Springs and
'1 1 LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS ETC. spent the day bathing and picknick-

i ing. In the party were young peo-
ple from the University summer
;t school and from Gainesville. We Do Our Own Lens Grinding-No Delay

i "There is no one to whom a C. H. COLES & SON

r 11 Everything For The Students woman can give the same full Jewelers and Opticians Gainesville Fla.
measure of trust that she can to a
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: "t Foremost among your wants wil be in our TOILET ARTICLES SILK HOSIERY N

I' = eady-to-wear section. PALM OLIVE SOAP Knowing that a better stock of women's holsery is notcarried = -'

; Special, cake . lOC In the state we are confident yoU will find complete sahs- :-:
N SILK AND MUSLIN UNDERWEAR faction in such hoisery as made by Phoenix, Buster Brown ._
JAP ROSE SOAP Cadet, Rodmoor, Onyx and Defender makes. Silk hoisery priced at !
I A display of moderate priced underthings that really will sur i
' it prise 'ou. A vast array to choose from, embodying every gar- 10cce .${.84 0$4.Z5 f
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; :I? __ l5c cake A varied assortment. Cotton lisle hose at such a range of i .
::11 STUNNING WHITE MIDDIES MOON-KISS TALC prlce3. Select your needs out of this big assort ent. 1

for sport, .moor or every outdoor requirement these smart mid- .
25c to $1.50 .
i whIte twill, JAP ROSE TALC
dies will flU your need. :Made of excellent middy per-
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t iI feet workmanship. At little prices for such a quality. l8c can .

= $2.25, $2.50 and $2.98 Sold Regularly at 25c NECKWEAR AND GLOVES .

M N 2 IN 1 WHITE SHOE Prim and dainty as her neckwear can be truthfully said. The
Our Ready-to-Wear SectIon. POLISH clever summer woman knows the value of a plentiful supply of N 7
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IMI. Iml, !.9.r.I..n.n.n..l.r.X..u.n.n..U.I.I.B.' !! :F !"! !" q t t > tl: I I STUDENTS CONVERSATION TACKY PARTY ANDWATERMELON THOMAS HALL. I

I 1 Thomas Hall is a grand old place,
Sttyniih Shce i (Continued from First Page) (Continued from First Page) With a dandy basket ball team,
) $ I I With Cora Lee Tillis as captain tall,
dty: couldn't have been Friday, but costumes. They are full of pep and steam.
: even then look at the many things Immediately after the Grand r I i ,
Th a\tt Wear B i we should have missed. Those :March followed by far the most 'The first game we played the
Tuesday nights over in the gym important and most enjoyed eventof Buckmans won
B i watching the movies, of course the evening-a watermelon feastto But the second and third we won.
.= = I none of us missed the opportunityof which all of "Ye Country Cous- The Buckmans will have to hustle
.= being out after 8:30. Those ins" did full justice. Out of door some,
Come rules seemed stiff at first, then in which Or they will be clear out of the
in and we will gladly show | mighty I sports were indulged I
you fun.
didn't they, but when ;you comedown were terminated only by the grand
= i to real facts they didn't bother I finale of the e\'ening-taps by Bug -Emma Smallwood.All .
e= iH i us much. Another night to ler Johnson.
0 which we always looked forwardwas students wishing to come
; U ted Shoe] S1tQ)1f Peabody entertainments. Didn't I i surprised l last Sunday by a would do well to see about reserving -
111 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE. jgBilBIIBIIBHBHBUBllBtlH'IBIIB you enjoy Miss Simpson's singing I visit from her mother. their room now, as next sum-
= though, and that cute little Tan's mer the accommodations at the
m., .I ii II ;IB:]!SIBHBIBBHBiailBIIBHBIIBTlGAINESVILLE !ii ii! !"! !I'' talk? I'll say he acted dignified. I "Stagnation is the first stop this I University will perhaps be as
Then Saturday nights, weren't they I side of Damnation." I crowded as they are this summer.
fun? It's really mighty nice we I
I don't' have to tell exactly what we
I did Sunday always seemed gloomy ,
FURNITURE COD. : but they were a mighty good rest NORMAL STUDENTS '
i after our eventful week days. Yes,
R. COX. Prop. ; do please. I can't see how you got I
i your things packed so soon. That Come to
'baggage man will be here in just
: a few minutes and I have wasted :
Talking Machines and RecordsPHONE most of my time talking. Palm Parlor :
I "I shall never forget that play.
Wasn't it perfectly darling And
i that Glee club concert, Dr. Chap- and Keep Cool
86 man's recital-and, oh, so many,
many, many, good times that have '
made this summer seem more likea 1 1J.
real vacation than school,
although I have studied pretty hard I

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they wonderful? I wouldn't take : .
I 354 Gainesville whole lot for them. They are just Agents for NORRIS CANDIES Phone 32 i
one grand review of our summer ;,
school life. Did I tell you I have
my room engaged for next sum
mer? I am so anxious for this win 1 Electrical Contractor ,
ter to pass so I can get back here J Jos. J. S ey 1'o ra, and Supplies
Call and Hear again. Well, I must go now, 1
guess. I have packed everything, Hot Point Electric Irons and Appliances, Electric Repairing :; ;i
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I: !i j THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR I I| Wheeler, Joseph A., Key West. Lee, Homer Basil, Melrose. -
I i! Wheeler, Joseph Drew, Micco. Leggett, Ernest Franklin, St. DO BUSINESS WITH
., (Summer School Edition) : White, Millard B., Gainesville. tersburg.
; : I, Willett, Julias E., Melbourne.\ :Mclnnis, Samuel W., O'Brien.
!! Clifton Johnson, Business Manager Williams, Carl, Alachua. Walker, Judson B., Baker. ; NATIONAL BANK
;11j I I ; and Managing Editor. "Williams, Leon Lacy, Morriston.\ Westmoreland, Robert L., Gaines- THE FLORIDA
d la Gertrude Williams, Associate Editor Winter, T. P., Oakland. ville.
I j!! i! Miriam Connor, Associate Editor.
Andrews. Alva C., Darlington.
!f Worley, Dwight, Arcadia.
'' I I :Merrin, James Frank, Plant City.
j E j Yates, W. S., Gainesville.
{ti Entered as second class matter,
' t J The following names are of those Bailey, Joseph E., Indrio. ,
If' i Sept. 28, 1912, at the Postoffice at "
fa,1 f i I : Gainesville Fla., under the Act of 1 students entering the summer Blume, James Victor, Live Oak. "The New Million Dollar Bank.
,it;j i )! March 3rd, 1879- j school after the above alphabetical I Walling Leonard B., Leesburg.
i list was made out. :Men's names Bullard, Newton H., St. Cloud. Resources Over $2,000,000.
iI'l; f : All news matter which is desired continue: Bostick, Ezra C., Wauchula.
tt- !z to be printed must be in the hands I Atwater, George S., High Springs. Brown, Carl Lafayette, Lake But-
h,: of the Managing Editor not later -- --- = -==- =-== --=--===== ------= -- ---=
i Bache, Harold Franklin, Chatta- ler. I >.
Ii ; t : than Monday noon. hoochee. Willoughby, C. H., Gainesville. ,
'!f'ri'i,1 t = ;: Rate:-The Florida Alligator, I Begg, John Alfred, Jacksonville. Savage, Chas. A., Jr.. Ocala.
n ; (Summer School Edition), 60c for I Brantley, N. A., Umatilla. I Sapp, Charlie R., Lawtey. Scatter Sunshine with Greeting Cards
:::}! s the entire summer, eight issues; Campbell, Wofford, Hastings. Priest, Wheeler, Joseph, :Micco
I I# ; I 30c for one month, four issues; per Chaffer, H. J., Eau Gallie. Hunt, Deely A., Cincinnati, O. I
,i:;; j individual copy-lOc. I Ebbie, Hugh Douglas, Ocala. Bivens, William J., Tampa.
.1 I i Send the friend ought to write.
1>1 I II't Finlayson, John, Lake City. Mears\ John G., Cypress. one to you
I;''' ON THINGS IN GERERAL. I II' Feagle, W B., High Springs. Potts. Joseph Gainesville. ; But haven't time to

i i I'.! I. In spite of "the changes and I I III' I Gillis, John A., DeFuniak Springs. Dansby George :M.\ Orange Lake.
Godwin Drew, :Morriston. John G., Lake Butler. f
: I Kelley,
L chances of this mortal life, it is
' '" Ii I Hall, John Franklin, Tallahassee. Nagle, Levi M., Interlachen. ; TORAH
; good to be alive. Cards for Pm Milton Bradley
f? t Especially is it good to live in I Hinson, :Murphy Roy Hinson. Anderson, James N., Jr., Gaines- ORTON] ,. ,
Every Occasion JL Quality books
I: q i the University of Florida during Hollinrake, Lynn Stevens, Gaines- ville. OVELTIES
ville. Caruso, James J., Gainesville.
_it ; the term of the summer school. !I
I Johns, Carl, Starke. Smith, Earl L., Ocala.
t il ; Here the genus Floridian may be
Langford, :Maurice Gerald, Alachua. Beach, Palmer, Hastings. =c- ,=-- =. = = --
1:1: i studied in his or her native haunts i ==
:rl and the future of the state inferred.To Lipsey, J. J., Live Oak. Hull, Willie P., Pine Level.
,.11 ;\ one coming here, summer aft- :McClamrock, JamesIi1ton, Prince, W. W., Minneapolis\ Minn.\ l f-

I i i er summer, it is encouraging to Gainesville. Rose, Alfred P., Gainesville. AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIESGill
:.1 note the earnestness of so many :McCully, Claude A., Ocala. Fernald, H. J., Melrose.
:Minton, Oma Carl, Braddock, Elbert C.,
f:1!: I students, and their steadily increasing Hastings. Crescent City.
'!:I i number. It augurs well :Moore'\ EllisIilligan.. }Farnell, Geo. P., Detroit, :Mich. Piston Rings. Goodyear Tires and Tubes
!!- for the future of our land that Peacock, Avon J.. Bronson. Urquhoit, Henry E., Milton.
I' every summer thousands of young Peeples, Earl Edward, Lake Butler. Sparkman, Amos, Plant City.
Parker, Herbert, Arcadia. Haywara, Wm H., Kansas City,
; people are content to come to
f i I places like this University and Redfiarm, William Jackson, Adel, Mo.Smith. GAINESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY CO.
Ga. Jos. G. Tignall, Ga.
t! work and perspire in order to inspire
i Richr.rdsonIark :Meadows, Evin- Crofton. L. C., Chipley. Phone
L themselves and those whose 183 Gainesville, Fla.
Ii will be ston. Hile Allon. Gainesville.
II uplifting placed largely in
their hands. Sutker, Nathan, Savannah, Ga. Anderson, Ewing, Gainesville.CONTINUED .
I j' So we may well repeat-It is good I Lang, Edward Anthony, St. Leo. ( ON PAGE SIX) 1I -
!I to be alive when these evidences I I
f I of progress are about us, and if !
II there be any truth in the motto engraved I ,
t! on the university's letterheads THE I FORDSON TRACTORAND Homefolks and VisitorsWe :.
: then the future of our good ,}>
it t old state is assured. I
I !it PHIFER : FORD CARS AND take pleasure in serving you with the best the

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I :i; I 4 (Continued from page i) I BANKGainesville J J. H. ALDERMAN, I Come Once and You'll Come Again

I i! Trottman, W. E., Interlachen. Dealer
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I 1'I oj Walker, Charles H., Lakeland. Fla. Ford Headquarters
!il Walker, Edward K., Wauchula. Gainesville, Fla. I! OPEN ALL DAY OPEN ALL NIGHT
! iq Wardroper, John H., Gainesville.
II Watson, J. W., Ft. Meade. I
I ;1 Weedon F. R., Gainesville.
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! Tennis Rackets, Balls and
'f Other Seasonable : .. _____________ will be found at our store. Every

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: J. W. McCollum & Co.
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Each year there are new features
I added to the program of the summer I Shoes, Gents Furnishings and ReadytoWear.McCORMICK'S t ..
school. This year one of them t
was the School Methods: for Sun- .I i
day School Teachers which began
July 6 under the auspices of the
Florida Sunday School association
concluding with an impressive.
A FULLEvening's though simple service on Saturdaynoon .
July 10.Ir.: Alex Linn con- '
ducted the devotional service and Complete line of
short addresses were delivered by
Dr. J.V.. Norman and :Mr. W. L. Millinery and Ready-to-Wear. ;

Yates. Certificates were awardedto reduction all Summer School Students. ;
:Mrs.\ E. A. Tyler, :Miss\ Eugenia Special to
Shumate, :Miss\ Sarah Shumate, Modart and Gossard Corsets.
:Miss Bertha Getch, :Miss\ Grace ;
I"ogglr.: N. A. Brantley, they South Sid Square. Phone 460.

THE LYRICfor having completed the required a__ __. -- -
work of 15 hours recitations and
the examinations. These are the i
pioneer graduates in our state of
Better Pictures this course which, however, has ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
been a regular feature for several B R. Colson, President.
years in some states. Members of American Association of Title Men Members of x
The faculty consisted of A. A.lurJhree. Florida Association of Title Men.
:\ ; Ph. D., LL. D., presi- I GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA ;;l
dent of the University of Florida.J. .
W. Norman, A.M.: Ph. D., di- -- -- ---- j
rector of the school of methods, i--
professor of education of the Uni-
versity of Florida. i

I THE BIG 10, 20 and 30% :Mrs. :Maud\ of Junkin Children's Baldwin,Divi-superintendent 1

sion. International Sunday School ::1
association, Chicago, 111.
University of Florida.
Rev. George E. White, Y. :M. C.
STILL ON A,. Secretary of the University of
W. Buchholz, A.M.:\ Ph. D..
Guaranteed Silk Hose at $1.15B. versity Professor of of Florida.Education of the Uni

Alex Linn, lecturer of Florida
Sunday School association.Mrs. .
M. TENCH \ :M.\ J. Baldwin, who is a
specialist in her line of work and 1
West Side of
of national reputation, was a greatinspiration
My car will be on the Campus daily and will furnish free transportation to all who attended her
classes and lectures. The latter No Better On Earth
were held in the auditorium of Pea-
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---- body Hall Wednesday, Thursdayand ,
I Friday evenings.
This course in Sunday School 1
: NORMAL STUDENTSYou Methods:\ was made possible throughthe
courtesy of the Florida Univer
Will Find At sity and the kindness of those who
conducted the classes. I
We are enthusiastically looking -
QUALITY forward to great possibilities and I _____ n __ __ __ ____
hope this course of studies will bea I I
Complete Line of permanent one offerred to the I i
summer students and others of the I
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Apparelat state. HIGGINBOTHAM Mrs. S. L. Hammargren
:Many\ regrets were heard that
Closing Out Prices Dr. Cox was unable to take an ac- BROTHERS
tive part but his place was ably Millinery
Making room for our fall goods. Our 20 percent filled by Dr. Norman. West EndGrocery
Arrange to take this in next'year. Handkerchiefs. Hoisery.
i reduction is still on and better values to be I

obtained.A. The University of Vermont is the i i Corsets

Greenberg Prop. South Side of Square insuring first college against to adopt baseball the financial plan of PHONE 388 : 109 University A_enue West

loss due to bad weather.

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F1 The methods of our Modern Dry Cleaning Department Re-Vitalizes ai well as Cleanses Clothing. i

The plan of having clothing cleaned at regular intervals effects a direct saving as it lengthens the life of the goods, and knowing that, we have the

necessary equipment to give you High Quality Work. at Moderate Prices. We rollicit your patrcnage and guarantee you satisfaction.
We make a specialty of Palm Beach Suits. i


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For Drugs, Stationery, Toilet DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOP

(Continued from Fourth Page) I Articles.Cards Candies, Waterman's, Souvenir forBicycle Repairs A. C. L. LUNCH ROOMOne

Pens. and Accessories. Door North A. C. L Depot
I'mholster, Geo. I)., St. Petersburg. j _
Nichols, Ilobt. Wildwood., .
O'Berry Edward It., Dade City.
The following names of women
were also added later than the time IT WILL PAY YOU to purchase a supply of our HOSIERY Sporting Goods cuter sy
of making of th3 alphabetical list. before you leave town. We carry a fine stock of Silk, Lisle and
:Cotton: Hose in "Black Cat" an d other reliable lines. Best
Williams, Agnes E., Crystal River. honeainesvnle
Williams Clarine Watertown. money-saving values. Baird Hardware Co.

Williams, Emily Lorene Crystal L. C. SMITH South Side of SquarePotter

River. I I

Williams, Evelyn, Watertown. ---

Williams Williams, :Mrs.Gertrude G. A.E-, ,Trenton.Hallendale. Eleanor, Sefner. I THE BUGLER.Mr. C. C. PEDRICK & SON

Sm'th' Ruth Cocoa.
Williams Mrs. Julia. Jacksonville. MOHAWK TIRES AND TIRE ACCESSORIES
c; Willis, Anna IJ., :Mrs., S. Jackson- Tillis Coralie Sanford. Johnson rises early in the
104 W. University Ave. Phone 43
ville. Wetzel, Mrs. Eva May\ Jackson- morning,

Willoughby Alice. Gainesville. ville. And an awful lot of noise he
Willoughby, Mrs. C. H., Gaines- Paetke Nettle, Ocala. makes.
:Malphurs Johnnie Blanche, Ala- Long before the sun the hills adorn-
Wilson Laura Rebecca Hastings. chua.
Wilson, Rose Alice Braden town. ingEverybody
Thomson :Miss Anna Blair, Gaines-
Woods Isabel Florence Bowling ville. on- the campus he
Green. wakes.
Wooten, Helen M., Sutherland. Brownlice.. Lake City.

Works, Clarissa K., Astatula. Frost :Mrs. Marie. New Smyrna. Hear the bugle blow- Your Servicein
Wright Banna Okeechobee. Martin Mrs.\ Cora Lee, High
Get up get up don't be so slow-
Wynn, Orabelle Gainesville. Springs.
Young, Mary J. Elizabeth Jackson Taylor Mrs. :Margaret :M., St. Cloud. Ringing high and low. Dozens of Ways.
ville. Handley, Mrs. Olive 0., Raiford. Get up get up breakfast you
Young, Ruth Allen, Oveido. Colson. :Miss Cornelia Gainesville. know.

Anderson Lucile. Knights. :Martin Vera C. 0., Dade City. Surely there never was such a ,
Barco Mrs. Maude 0., Hawthorne. Ric'ks, :Miss Ruby, Gainesville.
Begg, :Mrs. Rose G., Jacksonville. Tomkies :Miss Kate Gainesville. hustler. Call on Us for

Brodnax, Mrs. Stella B., Jackson- Baker, Miss Elizabeth, Gainesville. Anything'i
Her the second call-
ville. Collins Buelah, Bushnell. ;
Brown Miss Lilla. Summerfield. George, Mrs. Evelyn Marsh Okee- Come on, come on, to one and all.

Brown, Miss Reba, Jacksonville. chobee. Oh, sometimes he frets us,

Ballentine Miss Grace, Gainesville.Cecil. Perry, Lucye V., Raiford. But he never forgets us; Trade where you are accommodated.LOVE. .
Miss Ruth Palmetto. McGehee\ :Mrs. Alice, Wauchula.Fox .
He surely is a chunky, spunky
Childers :Miss Lula }Ft. Meade. :Miss Gertrude Jacksonville. -- Diamond Sarah Jacksonville.Dixon f'ogIrs.: Annie, Dade City. bugler. -- "f
Mrs. Equilla Graham. Walton, Miss Mary\ E., Frostproof. -Evelyn Waterson.
Burden, Miss Clara :Mae, Tampa. Sessions, Florence Dade City. BUCKMAN HALL.
}.'eagleIrs.: Edna High Puett, Ruby Anna. Bradentown. LOVE. Dear Buckman Hall we'd like
Oh hum,
Springs. Ellis Anita C., Tampa. much to stay. :
Feagle Miss Pearl Edith. Ft. White. Burke :Mrs. E. G., Gainesville. What a curious, curious thing is But soon the time will come when {;

I.'utch.1188: Opal, Alachua. Ferguson, Sarah E.: Ocala. While walking through the campus love.It we must go away. _,
Gnsque! ) ltissI'rtice: E., Braden- Holley, Nettie' L., Crescent City. : and seeing the Co-ed studentssay cometh from aboveIt Goodbye Old Buckman Hall I now -

town. Welch, Miss\ Elizabeth Apopka. "good-night" I have thought: lighteth like a dove, bid you sad adeau. _
Hefner, :Miss :Mary, Bradentown. King, :Mrs. J. F., on some.
Bailey ton, Tenn. What a curious curious thing is But lo, the time will be when we'll ;
Lipscombe, :Miss Bertha Jackson Griffin, :Miss Cora Anthony. But some it never hitsBut gladly come back to you. :
ville. Love, what it gives them fits
Johnson Gertrude S., Windermere. -By a Buckman Girl. .
Lucas Jennie Lind St. Augustine. :Miller, :Mrs. G. E., Bradentown. It cometh from above Oh hum. i .

:McColister ford. Pansy Lenora Bran :Martin :Mrs. Antoinette Dade And lighteth like a dove -C. M. Conklin. (Indignant boy bursting into the f fPrincipal's f;;,

City. On some room closely followed .::!
:McDonald Mrs. Sophie Elizabeth But some it never hits Little bits of wisdom, by his teacher.) ;
Lutz. "Faithfully to give your support Larger bits of bluff, i
:McKinney, Eva :Mae Lake Butler. and your personal help to the efforts But what it gives them fits; :Make our profs all ask us, head.Boy"-"She called me a logger- |.-
:\lclillan.Iary: : Gaines which O Hum. > -
Louise are making to elevate Where we get that t
stuff. "
and Teacher: \"'el1, if you think that F-*
ville. :
purify the social life of the -C. Milton:
M. Conkling. College Review. .
is a hard name, just wait
lleffert.Iabel: Edith Ocala. world-that i Is what is to have salt
Parker, Mrs. L. H., :Mt. Dora. in your character.-Henry Van "One job on hands is what I can call you!" I/
Pinkoson, Sallie Dyke. your better "Love is what makes a silly grin Query: Would she call him _a 5
Gainesville. than two on mind." *
your look like "
a heavenly smile. logarithm? B. H. i -

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r F '9 I .--. .4 C C SUMMER SCHOOL 0 a EDITION vOL Lx GAINESVILLE, FL) R II A, HI-L R DAY, AL-GLS T 5, 1920. AWARDEDREGARTHOSE REST COSTUMED. Iii' I LI :i l~tur e Ise '\ --I I L Il tI'a SI \ "1 \li I tl i L4h1I bhI iik 81d ii Ion In I bIII I ''I tie 1. Va I r 8''' I ll irt Ti,,rii i n it .\I't' IulI,' .u1! e'li FLI Kilg ii hi It i n i LI 4 -L to 'iii ',' it I,.I il l Ii I mi'i Si i It Ir. l e th, weIt d it alIs Ils!t' Iilo k nli i N .iii'iii bIl. mII,' I~'i m 'I i in uni Ilii I I'-a 2' 'ti2 I t Ii'n Lu',ti 1e S .LIi ttit w h' i lit 'I ii .\ 4' eIll' ill ni II N the dlN' ii> i ia -r -i .ilt. 'I,at llI ILl!u b> I it ii tn tt'r liii ir ii .\t 1 li Lti hlL te mC.n LIST OF NAMES OF ALL SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS ja litm t Ir \l 'i 'I i\I it i' Nit, 'It I', 11 \tlne t ii's b I n, '4 Nba -" ,41r-l S'ip.i l'org'H '-' ndti' thii ILil t'\l -Ii Im11,1 It (4 Itn it it EN g TI't It)>, adi m: whii ;L'dI wIiri -II lii 1114' Si lt t: Smt Smt Smi 5'm 11 >11 8S; ., inhF I; F Ie N L'yai V i IL I' J ii XII I [h .I.' k \la it s K. kn ei' Ii Ft iii F '11,1Smma l~ Ija \iit xl iim i .Im I M (. i ll 'i iii Ii'ii ''\ DI"I 'A' -Fel'i Lis \\" Ltmiia'* C> MII ilL"] \l\ \l I,111 XIb U \L Lu \A LII .\ IF a 4 Ii IIlu ii lin if\ 4,li 2+1 JI d J'<'iii \\ I'Ilo ( 1 ''-4 (;t 'II I [1,111 I mI ~ni I-sp'! \ \4 t I. ( oile Lt' .iLt' ith \ n I. hi 'XN~l L Iu It' F ii 'XI IL, F, L 1i' l. 'iii TN [or Slit aa ThLmI IL'llo' It i'' P I;, ii i,,i' uii static L~ II ;l It'll rI I lt', I int 'ii' -t 'ii l'4a t F iti 'Li XI I I., S FlintN I e II I Im 'e, h \4; l ef e \\ ihll t ilt '"lF I'I t, iii! ''l .\\ ' 'I,' lit I L I ar IL. I ''I I alum Ii Ie,iI ('im I~'<1: 4 24 II II it's THE HUMOROUS SIDE OF LIFE tho-, lilt IN''ln % anIt .m i i .t': to i hF t i '. I F L it 1 N ~ i m a F s i .t F 'I 'Lii ll! lis m a i, [I Llt'-s '11h144 lift .4! ]irii ., iiit fbt-rtL [bTut II hgm'm i aI s thc rgl tre -TennI Tlal aMl >-n timr flh'd mtI b. I i -til K io' I I 'Idi d i r lit "I a SIN' ilirl'Ia 'N II'," ILL iN 'I N N Il Ii 1 4' In I% 'i-t "it "lt It iu bI, go myi loii ilt i IIe is IN 'tmFs oSTUDENT'S CONVERSATION DEFTLY REVIEWS THE PLEASURES OF ENTIRE SUMMER SCHOOL "GOOD-BYE, WILL SEE YOU NEXT SUMMER" TENNIS TOURNAMENT DRAWING TO CLOSE FIRAMS AROUSE PEP Few Last Matches Yet to be Played. Hoped Tournaments Will Occur Each Summer. W. are sorr' t hat t h tioubles ha' e lne! been tthe late cit gong to & \estimireland art'i race Itu-Ii fir< vW';st Hat i SIn Kniig swi ii Shill,] C ('hampim fl the tfnal for champ Ion oCfliunN <, m-i Htush tiller a and I mi' rtla Thomn a, bor th' the me It pIa follow Hf ll on)fS tin .'s n'l ng dI IIentz VS J ohnii on in the race for (hamntz a re In t he ra<+ Of W imaflf': -,iingli anti\ fetert i (iOiblEM Hlenstin In 1( the wtItners of jte sets for chamnipit nund Ivck Schofield Vs St andl Toud! ,int J. h III I (t '. \V,'ttm1rtlandl & Tan The tolirnanment has a.hir1t441 puite a hit of attvntton anmng I le inudents and all who went "itt for hi4!iirs and whlo jila Ld have ftiurnl that their time was well spent for 'viry minute of the pla' mg lim,,. wis .'njoyedf, arid is still being cii jtivedI In the final sets, the w iIllrs are surelb having to jplay Irdi It is to bii hoped tlhat a tourrauentwill bi, hell ev'ry '-ummer i. rthe mess-hall 01 titittte whicb is benmng ebtalbhsihtd here TPhat I,-et all you. can and tih' ~est When at person acqumres this ali! ,tv lit i-, COnlsilErl( thiI Ierstnlfl ('iti(,i of cure Nior.' 'olli sadlI along tIl 1m11, In fact, tilt half Ihas never e~t been told lnt., ,as b~reris the 'oil of wit, I jiresumel I had bottor igutt t-'!in g Is over. follow; -linI' t ( Signed! A It\T GENERAL SPIRIT OF STUDENT BODY EM IN FOLLOWING W We AssureYou OF THE PUREST AND BEST DRINKS AND UNFAILING, COURTEOUS SERVICE AT T he College Inn "ImI, rF LltLIri.s --[ ii cl IL fri Ii JuILT ha. +,i illk I Ith 'LIf i! II n t. lJ'i

The Our Remainder of This Month Low Prices Prevail In Ladies, Mens' and Children Ready-to-wear. The Busy Bazaar A HOLD UP WALC 000 TIESTO THE YALLOWGAITER. IMi~ I' ''I I' iii Ii \\ i -~ ill II .~ F kilt Di' it C,! ~ Alt' Hut <,I WI at Iiu 'A ky ii Book University BASEMENT NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS, ETC. Everything For The Students Store 1' IhdlV. IX!.' >''! H Ii, I.,i-i s-itt I ii I ri.1 S l i'I 'L ;hIIo \ + FIRST NATIONAL BANK G-\l\S Eii LE Fl \ Your Bu~imes SoliciedI EYES(l vWe'') O Ur 0wn Len GrtndprwN C. H. COLES & SON Get and Foremost YE. Share among your eady-to-wear EU. our in U. Afer Much wants wil be in our section. SILK AND MUSLIN UNDERWEAR price I utnilri inge tnt ""I I N" 'i onA I+ I ''i Aokumhp i t ,rmjy to (It((1 s fr r'na IX~r :,)c -'rur 'ur STUNNING r r \ r II NLIT t' retlx "il strrm. 'Q a Ik' I ~ ''C than .x' WHITE MIDDIES "'t dor r U i-C Q tliix't Mue of cG1ci ht i~ At little prices oer sudh a quaiit $2.25, $2.50 and $2.98 >Ii 'It, [Br -Scoo Lower mEEEEEEEEE Need Prices; TOILET ARTICLES PALM OLIVE SOAP Special, cake ..1c JAP ROSE SOAP l0c csk COLGATES BOUQUET SOAP l5c cake JAP ROSE TALC 18C can Said Regularly at 25c Savings SILK HOSIER' 4ceg s%$4.25 LISLE HOISER Y 25c to $1.50 NECKWEAR AND Offers many opportunities for the thrifty MANICURE SETS I. shopper __THE 2 IN I WHITE SHOE POLISH 15c WISON EU. mmml -I COMPANY B A S, P R ASO L S, U I.EEEE.E. 113-115 West University Avenue For lack of space no prices mentioned The LANGUAGE HALL mu U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U E.EEE.E. U U Uinusua U U Our Ready-to-Wear Section. U U U U U U U I.". GLOVES WAiL OF GOOD TIMES il u th 1 1 a aos a meners emnonyum mes i


1' !UEUU m m HUE U U u muumuuumo u' STUDENTS CONVERSATION U a .Stylish ShoesU: That Wear TACKY PARTY AND THOM1AS H4LL REVIEWS PLEASURES WATERMELON FEED AT NY" U U U U Come in and we will gladly show you U U U U 0 United Shoe Store III \\ ES I L \iVEWiTY -\\ f U U *EUUEUUEEUUEEUUEUUEUUUEEI GAINESVILLE FURNITURE CO Talking Machines and Records PHONE 86> OTTO F .STOCK, Tailor Alteration, Cleaning, Pressing Phv ne 6 4 GenesdU, J. S. BODIFORD & CO. D ru jgist s .\ei Ior \(R )IRIS CA\DIE> o s.' Chastain Barber Shop Stands or QL AL[T'i, SERVICE SQUAREDEAL Jos. J. Seykora, IL nI ( I lt E k ~ rT P [ t .M E ..n o o ..........................................-uo o o a o n* Work done while you wait U U \X1 rk ald -] arid drlierrd When '.0u4J ant sour shors repaired. 'ou ant U U U U U U a U U U U 114 \V Main U First Class Shoe Repair Service Then co me to American Shoe Repair Company Mreet N. G TANII'-\S LLIADES. Props 2 Dnr, toucfl -\ C LxD .umuuoo oga ooouU Uoo mluuUUUUUU unuuuumUu~uU Uoao mummumummum o a Ur UUUo U U U U NORMAL STUDENTS (Comi to Palm Parlor ind Keep C 0(1 Call and Hear 2/7e NEW EDISON Complete Line of Standard and Popular Sheet Music THE NEW EDISON STORE Sporting GoodsTrnnms Rakets-Bals, Base BJ X11s, G!owe, hiShoes and Lodt0rm1 B. LILIENBLUM U U U U U U U U U U U U U


P \i~L -4 THE FLORIDA Summer Schi p[ hr [. ALLIGATOR 1, ^ 'I Dol Ed~t'on Ii: Johnson, LIi1 Gertrude Wriliams. VsWLtt Maam Connor, \-1 Mali age v: tor d or >~ ~t 2S 1~12. I tie Io-t~fiA I: It' d ujii I T rAt hiatt, I A > ]-~ or tr olni:e iu Over Sunshine with ~ur Ven () i' N ORAH ORTON OVELTIES ,1 AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSOR IE Pson Rings. GAINESVILLE Goodyear Tires and T~. AUTO SUPPLY C4) I Phone 183 Gaine LIST OF NAME OF ALL SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS CII III \ ilkir n at*o, J I: "i ". I i d'di JnIin II (:4 \W It I.\jilt> TH E PH lEER STATE BA NK F a FORDSON TRACTOR AND FORD CARS AND GENUINE FORD AND TRACTOR PARTS Hi -\LDLRMA\ m II d f H-dqluartceS a nsV [Ia I Gr Hometoiks and Visitors \V e t .pieasutre in serving yo0 market affords at prices with the cost of th Come Once and You'll ALACHUA OPEN ALL DAY u wit thh Consistent ings. ome Aham CAFE OPEN ALl .\I'trt T F 'mn m -urnt IK~ hi THE S COMPANY Rackets, Balls and Other Seasonable Goods. McCoIlum & Co. DRUGGISTS "The Rexal Store." -~ ~r~v~L& I. ~ New NEXT TO NEW EARLY I sh will be found at o student will desire hat to take home are cordially mn 'vited Millinery 10 CENT STCR! 1I 'I ImIp1 A.BUN to South Side Square 5.20ti (8) Greeting Car d s it: E 'K 4. l Gdl I I-I 4 71 > ~ I I <\ svilce In-. Duok THOMA Tennis NILI York 1.W. 5 AND FALL I st. own August HATS v The latest ur Store., a new t-dl\ with them S n t be 111 th ha.fld, .o, u as a M Gamemle. a Wauanas F It, Gaine-alib.


I2 J .BURKI-HIM ilome of haffner & Marx Brand and Bros. Clothin g ORDER EA TMOR Butter -Nut Bread 2'D. 00 Lanes [Dai. C 3pa< Ifl SOM ETH NG He's hard to please bor his head But we satisfied Ned. that's Burnett THE Shoes NEW ,(Gents YORK I urmslhm 'S i red all null sed. Clothier RACKET and l((tQI 's Entertainment vlSil I THE Better LYRIC Pictures I 'I I. McCORMICK'S completee Mi Ilin Spc cry ial redu tiuni N lodart and South Side Gossard Sq"are. ALACH-UA M embers il-it of and Ready-to-Wear. t, (Il SuI Vr; ct s COUNTY of Americain Associat Cr Sdbo S'[tudet ABSTRACT CO. fTitlee Men NIAtLfm jr (Cre r-duct on obtunnei. .\ Greenberz. Iro for 10, 20 and 30%7 SALE ON THE BIG SHOE IS STILL Guaranteed B. M. et ThuIa of at $1.15 TENCH Thuare md'illbmh F NORMAL STUDENTS V~ STORE i neaol ear A w Soth Our 20 Side of per to be Square N V P V I GET YOUR DRINKS AlT MILLER'S No Better On Earth Come, See and Taste HJIGINBOTHAM | BROTIIERS I West End Grocerx pHONE for Y oilrse It Mrs. S. L Hammargren Millinery -^fs H L. Hart Griffin Strause Evening for Phon 460 Silk Hose Sou \\il Find THE Ladies QUALITY A Complete 'Ready-toat Closing Out Prices pparel our fall goods. is still on and better values Sc -trmsportation e at will be on th-Campudals


ill -A bt *7 NEW LIFE FOR OLD CLOTHES Th el mthnd of our Modern Drx ( aoing Department Re-Vialbzes a, we1as Cleanses Clothing Thb ;pla of ha'fl2 dthm cI aned nlrl sa~rl usmnernt to eri' cu Hd h Q.uaiil at rrwular mntenajs effects \X crk at Mcderat< a direct saving as at F '. We sollhct lenizthens the hie Scur alicrap and guarantee of the goods, d( knows iIL t. on satislctiorn We make a specially of Palm Beach Suits. WEA p~i -~ VER'S ASTEAM ~iPi'7T~ZL7TTj~ LIST OF NAMES OF ALL SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS tr .4 V P Go to DORA' BCCESO for Bicycle Repairs and Accessories. FOR GOOD EATS AND FIRST A. C L. CLASS SERVICE LUNCH tom RO-1. Il I 1114 h 4.' I [I' in I I I I 'IL Li' ill, jut:,' 1] I],' ML 'I I II I I TH E BUGLE R NI I' I; 'I, I N]' + [I l 'I Sporting Goods Kodak', (uzlcry SBaird Hardware Co. iti~i~ C. C. PEDRICK & SON \I1tHAA\K I IRks \\:o lIRE V\ E 104 W. University Ave. Pliuji IS II I [ii bilk,t'I' In-s I -~ II TI III.: XI II> I ii 11,1k, liT -] I I XI' V N> ~~p1 V I i *. eI XI I, ii 01I\Il -I. Iii iI~I Iii' iIjp~it 'P El F. I. 'I Ip iii' hi I I THE At COLLEGE Your Servi4 in DOzerP of \\'y) I NN ce Nh-~ s-ni --I NI,XI I *IL~ Ii \I,~ It, I X\ I 1 'P NI I NT I 'I .1 It -1 '-'ri, I'>, ~ Xli NI,-\, \Xv+Hi I,' \l It N! N' N Xl [I II, NI I h .V I II I ~' I',. V Call on Us for Anything-Trade xx' he V 0 U LOVE ire dCCflIli!1i E~CkY LOVE 'I~ ]~' 1 N! .' i e I ,i I *-I'td II N I\l '] I 'I XI \l1 X \Ip'XI:1 ~1 *4 w 4 -w 'C K V771173' F ''~ LAUNDRY VIDAL DRUG CO. For Drugs, Stationery. Toilet Articles Candies, Souve 'p Cards, Waterman's Penfs. (iW'uners I11Ii~~J I.LM _______-IT WILL PAY YOU to purchase a supply of our HOSIERY before you ceave town We carry a fine stock of Salk, Lisle and litton Hose in "Biack Cat" an d otfler reliable ines Best L. C. SMITH South Side of Square I \ -, I I II Pr I, ''p TIlT II, P1,11 \P,~ lILT I>' I ,I. I, I NI Xl XX I One IMr %>00 -\ t 0 0 o' l., k. a M I 1 1 Unin:

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