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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
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BEAUTY? CONTEST OUT JF) DANGERThis ++ (By,-Tohretaw) +++ FRENCH HEREHour SEEN AT THE U. OF F. g 'j''j'Chef '

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CH.\R11IXG BRUNETTE FROM MIAMI morning our little lost Bill to be Arranged to Suit Con. Jones is a Winner. As a t

IS VOTED TIlE PRETTIEST was returned to his home. Miss Obediah Meets Up With Cupid enience of Most of Students Palate Tickler lie Cannot Be .

GIRL OF ALL AT SUMMER Laura Tyler was the finder and she You know, suh, ah Wuz about f' Who Desire to Hear Him. Beaten Outside of Ritz Hotel t
SCHOOL has acted with the modesty usual to ,makin' up ma mind that this here f

-for people of sterling honesty. She returned University life was the doggondest M. Camille Eynerd will give a read- The editor motivated by force of -

Wbt:1:: the the grand totalat Bill by the hand of Miss sorriest existence a man could lead, ; ing in French next week to all stud- circumstances over which he had no .

the finis of the Alligator Beauty Kathryn Will, one of the assistants in what between that blamed Mess Hall ents who are interested. The reading -; control, ate two meals in Mess Hall

Contest via completed, :Miss Eleanor the Alligator circulation department, and havin to wear a clean shirt an is a French romance written by recently. Ye E
Cozatt stood at the head of the lineto aria as yet has not appeared to claim collar all the time on account of there Prof. Eynerd, and which has been :Mess Hall the other noon with halt- '

the tune of 218. Miss Theresa the reward. We trust that if these bein so many ladies present every- published in New York, where it received ir'g step and brow overcast with ;

Murphy! was a close second with 201, few appreciative lines meet her eye where. Doggonit, a man couldn't get highest approval.M. haunting dread, as memories of the :--

and Miss Sadie Johnson, 178. The she will pay the Alligator a visit in no peace a tall; them gals wuz aroun Eynerd requests that all those oldtime Mess Hall bill of fare rose in
intense during the order that it under foot where he went. mind the he sat downat i
voting was may show its appreciation any Why who are interested will sign their his but minute
- last few tours of the contest, and for in a more substantial mann"er.It hit got so bad that ah got to lookin I names on the papers in Language the table his nostrils were greeted

a while the result hung in doubt. is thought by competent medical under ma bed'at night, so as to be Hall and also name the date and hour with such savory odors that he gasped .a

Miss Sadie Johnson was in the lead authority that the Alligator, if care- sure there w rn't some little Nor- that will be most convenient for themto in sheer amazement. What was up? ,

during the afternoon. Later Miss: fully nursed, will now stand a chanceto malite hidden there, before tab. daredto attend. The reading will not take Was there a faculty banquet? Upon

Theresa Murphy caught the breezeof survive the vicissitudes of the : git into ma night shirt. quite an hour. I inquiring the cause of this unwonted
favor and indications You couldn't git in a quiet hour of i condition of affairs the editor was
popular summer and carry on with head held
... :pointed to her crossing the line ahead, high and tail merrily wagging. Don't study over at the Y. M. C. A. with- her put that same toothpick betweenher informed by the waiter that there : .r
; last hours' voting turned the out some gal would come along and was a new chef in charge of the hash
bat the neglect to subscribe in time for next little pink lips and pick the
favor of the petite black-eyed ast you to help 'em sing or !help out factory in the rear. Then when! the I
tide in week's contest. This will be to determine Hamburger out of her cute little
Miami. a game of setback or vote for'her in usin dinner came on, oh man, oh boy! ti
, damsel from by vote the most popular teeth. After she got thru hit ".-
The students have been greatly interested man ort the campus. In order to give the Alligator Beauty Qontest. Ah ah asked her to give hit to me an ah Sufficient it is to say that he arose s ,

in the results of this con- the other fellows a chance, Hawk- wuz agittin plum disgusted, when put hit next to ma heart in ma shirt from the dining table feeling like It i

test, and every one on the campus shaw will probably refuse to be a can- somethin struck me. I pocket. She says, Oh, Mr. Korn Lucellus after the banquet arid i '
joined in congratulating the winner didate. Hit happened all of a sudden lik Poan, what do you want with that straightaway sought the author of
on Wednesday morning when the Ah wuz asetin in Mess Hall one eve- ole toothpick? Ah says, chile, that that kingly feast. He found him in N :
Din at supper, they wuz servin Ham- the kitchen. A big, upstanding 200
j news had become known. Of course THE MORNING AFTER toothpick is now a sacred relic, a
I question of this sort is always debatable (By Happy Liston) burger steak, the feller what waitedon priceless momento, a happy souve- pounder, with a cordial smile for all I'

and those who did not secure the table wuz telling us about an nir of one of the happiest hours in comers. That's chef C. B. Jones.

the coveted prize may console 'Twas a nice day in October, accident they'd jest had in the kitchen. the life of Obediah Korn Poan. It The waiters all swear by him, and i

themselves with the true saying, and Last September in July. Seemed that one of the colored help will remain with him to cheer him in the student body are no longer piningfor
had got his foot caught in the Ham- labor and add to the pleasure of his mother's cooking. ..
incidently i sound psychological fact, The moon lay thick upon* the ground,
I burger machine an hit had grinded offhis hours of leisure and when at last Chef Jones started in his In
namely:Beauty lies in the eye of the The mud shone- in the .sky. career I
beholder. toes. This here waiter feller said! the grim reaper comes to gather the his chosen profession atthe tender "' ;

Next week the Alligator will run a sweetly and he hoped that uor table didn't git soul of Obediah to the resting placeof age of evelen, as a dish washer. He
. The flowers were singing
I i contest to determine by vote the most The birds were in full bloom; that part of the meat, but he warn'tnone his fathers, this litle splinter of was born under the sign) of the Big
school. too sure. wood will be lowered into the grave Dipper and his ruling star kept in'
popular man of the summer Then I went into the basement,
This the We wuz debatin whether or not to with him, whilst all around are the cooking line all his life. He has i
contest will be governed by To an upstairs room.
same rule as the previous ones, ex- sweep take a chance on the Hamburger, heard the sweet notes of the woodbine cooked in the U. S. army, fed beans i t ,

cept that ft will not cost so much to morning when in come a gal and Mr. Yeats where it twineth. and cannedVitite to the Doughboys. '. ':
vote for tie it did for the The time was Tuesday told her to sit down at our table. Wai, suh, that wuz some speech an He served a hitch in the navy, serv'J
man, as ,
On Wednesday just at night; right acrost from me. too slumgulHon and to the }
I girl The subscription pricefor She set down ah reckon the gal thought so I ing scouse
the Alligator will be 25 I saw a thousand miles away, Say man, she sure wuz a looker. Ah 'cause jshe looked at me. (We wuz I Gobs. He was for a long time chef
last three issues
cents. A house just out of sight. can't describe her eggactly, but she settin down on the campus, an ah at one of the fashionable country I

I ain't neither short nor tall, nor fat wuz keepin an eye out for the Uni- clubs of Washington, D. C. When I ;

i The walls projected backwards, nor pore. Jest built right. What ah versity sheriff, Mr. Hawkshaw, an (Continued on page 6.) ;

I EXACT FIGURES The,front was 'round in back; remembers mostly is her eyes. They she says, oh Mr. Obediah, you shore .,

It stood alone with two others; looked kinder sad like first, but when is a sweet speaker, but what made

SUMMER SCHOOL The fence was whitewashed black. she hears about the Hamburger her you say all that for. Ah says, wom- DOCTOR CHAPMAN'SANNUAL f

I eyes jest got kinder shiny and twink an, you are from this time forth the

It was moonlight on the ocean, led like two stars, an' she says to me, I sole reason for ma continued exist- READING .r

J ENROLLMENT I Not a star was in sight; never mind about that Hamburger, ence on this here sorry earthly spear. l .

I The sun was shinnig brightly, hit ain't being a cannibal only when For you ah will brave the unknown' SATURDAY WEEK 1
-- of own race. Wai, Mess Hall hash for ah
And it rained all day that night.It you eat a man your terrors of you k
It may be of interest to our read, when she put hit so natural an rea- will precipitate mase'f reckless of t':

.. en to know just exactly how the in the winter, ponable like that ah saw where all the consequences into the awful jawsof Professor Chapman's annual read- [
: students of the Summer School arc' was summer had been foolish,, For ah ;
snowing fast; my delicate feelings the daily class room. you ing will be given in the Gymnasium
1 classified, and the numbers in each The was an ah went ahead an et two helpinsof will deprive mase'f of fortune an July 23rd at !
wth shoes on on Saturday evening, ,
classification" The following list is A barefoot boy Seemed like jest that
the grass. the Hamburger. pawn ma other you may 8 o'clock. Fine varied program, 't'
standing on
$ the official figures just obtained from Sat havin that girl sitting there made the feast on the. fat of the ice cream par- I abounding irj fun. On this occasion
Dean Norman, who has listed them taste the best of anythin ah ever Sniffles
grub "Elder
ty tribes, beginning not with Benja-I It was evening and the rising sun I I I lor.She kinder walled will be presented
et. looked at me an Courtship," with Dr. Chapman in the t.t.J
I nun, bat with graduate Was setting in! the night; would she reached over an
the lordly post I could see After supper ah reckoned ah her eyes, an then famous role of the Widow Bedott,
student. With the lack of chivalry And everything that sorter cement ouah new born friend I grabbed me by the slack of the neck, and Mr. Boyd Carleton as Elder Shad-

common to all official documents Was hidden out of sight. ship, as you might say, so ah dashed an says, oh, you'r jest foolin me, Ah rach Sniffles. Admission 20 cenjts./ I

*e find the men come before the ladies peeled potatoes ahead to git her a toothpick before says, gimme a kiss an' she done hit, Tickets at the bookstore and at the t

although the ladies exceed the While the organ-grinder' they wuz all gone, but some lumber f an man, ah felt that air kiss jest door. \

1I1en more than three to one; to be i had toted 'em all off so ah of- trickle an ooze thru: ma entire system annual reading
rendered by the choir; hog Professor Chapman's
ttact three and three tenths, so of Lard was the dish-rags,.. fered her theuse-of ma toothpick, ar till at last hit reached ma feet, I has been a feature of the Sum-
terse, in correctdance While the sexton rang thru ah remember wuz a heavenly -
order to preserve a hit shore sent a thrill ma an the last since time f
the church on fire. man, mer School program a
in the social scheme, every Someone set heart when ah seed the Self same sensation as hit slipped out thru I when the memory of man runneth

man should take to the movies or the shouted, toothpick what ah had been massag- a hole in ma sock. It is believed
to the contrary.
the preacher not
knee three and three tenths' ladies. "Holy Smoke, molars with-When ah seed Ah wuz jest recoverin ma good
ma find out about J
to r ra
hair best
he lost his ; that the way
!e will leave it to Mr. Walker In the 'rain sense an preparin for a counter at- t
up ask those who know. If
heaven, is to
Or Mr. Math Now his head resembles somebody yells right at thing
Hamon, our campus tack, when that this is :
there. impression
I krks to figue out a feasible method For there is no parting ma ear, what you doin heah, don't you have any ordinary interest i

I 11*Which this be done. i! know hit is again the rules to sit i an event of merely '
can __ She INN you I who has attended Dr.Chapman's .
i old cat! : THE COLLEGE ask some one
! The following is the list in detail: Irene "Spiteful on the grass without a chaperone? previous sum- :
I make up my readings
it around that ah have to report -
Students in Summer School spreads Ah got ma orders an their advice
Men Women. Total I face." You will FindA you. Hit wuz-wal, friend, ahll mers. Then act upon have t
there. We one
mind, ,dear; no- about being
Graduate ___ 12 8 20 Kathryn-"Never if leave hit to you to figure who hit that ty would be bet-

College .._.___ 80 183 263 body believes it. They know "you townin a wuz, an ah reckon ah ain't the only students opinion other event of the
of it. regular to miss any :
job ter
Normal 464 did you'd make a that that feller has blighted his
___.__ 77 387 one entire session than to miss this one.
.VOCational _.___ 67 none 67 shoot romance for him. Ah got me a date mate if she was there
King "I'm sure going to house at the with that gal this evenin, an ah've Ask your room t

Total.-i7374 = 747 somebody yet about my' girl. got me a sock full of sand an!if that last summer.
Those Marion "If I were you I would feller shows up ah'm gointo
'ho Already Hold Certificates the girl how College Inn air sheriff Red "Jimmy, I heard that you
Specials 4 more telling show him some stars what ain'tlisted
1 3 practice at
the asylum
-- I telling others not kept at t
e t State; ......_......_ 22 23 45 much I love her than it.." in no almanac. -, were but two days?" :
has Primary done 2 2 what I am going to do about Ask for what you Chattahoochee ". .

t! F ....,._.__ 35 115 150 3Ir. Briggs-"Freddie, how is your Jimmy"!: wasn't, why?

"Seed., ............_ 10 129 139 grand total enrollment at the end of want we generally, grandfather standing the heat these Red "Xothicg, I saw the* little I

4uird .......... .. 6 53 59 the first month to be 760. Last year days?" tag they tied oil you saying we don'zmake .'

hone _..__.__.. -...- 99 249 34S at the end of the first month there have it. Freddie-"I don't know, sir, he brains here, we" just overhaul i''
Since the compilation of this list was a total enrollment of hain't been dead but two weeks yet/ them' --- ----- .r --,' -- t
t levera da chile am growin
eve coma in. We find the \ How

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: + + + + + + The king of Denmark, the king of There was a bill presented and seri-I }
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Greece and the late czar of Russia ously urged before the late .
I claimed to be descended from Witte- legislature, by a prohibitionist presumably f

:+ kind, a contemporary of Charlemagne, that a part of teachers I You needMUSIC. {

+- Marjorie and Naomi :Moffitt who died in 1156. But their real salaries be withheld and returned to I. =
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + '
name is Oldenburg. Alfonso of them at the age of 65. It failed for !
'. ';!J: : PEABODY CLUB PRESENTS FINEr ROYALTY'S REAL NAME Spain carries the i&me of Gapet. lack of a rider prohibiting them from'dying I-
prior to the age of maturityof But want the b
r r PROGRAM TO CROWD The late Francis Joseph of Austriawas you .
w. ,.. The real names of kings and queens not a Hapsburg, but plain, the fund.Patronize. such as only theVICTROLA .
Last Thursday evening the Peabody
sound strange. For instance Queen Eluss. Victor of Italy is Savoy. The ii
club presented an entertaining program I the 'Gator advertisers.
S Victoria's maideri name wah Victoria king of Sweden is Bernadotte, the
to a packed house. The Gym
,;;.} was crowded to the limit and altho Azon. The founder of the family queen of the Netherlands is Mecklen 'first changed to Brandenburg anti thento
I burg and the real name of the recent
;- the program was longer than usual, from which she descended was the I Hohenzollern.-Pathfinder.
"All Highest" is just plain Zollern,
the crowd showed no signs of im Margrave of Este who died in 964. I can give. The wodjg

patience. Victorie Awn married Albert Wet-j I greatest artists$joia r

First came music by our talette tin, so George V is really George with the Victor cs ln- .9panyinyourguaran
pianist. Prof. Willet, then appeared Wettin. Wettin is also the name of ,

Rastus Brown in a side-splitting black the late king Leopold of Belgium. Vashte: A woman who would not be compromised of quality.
face monologue. It took good guess- t tIt
ing to discover that Rastus in privateis -
PARLOR -- ::t,,- .. "
Mr. Marion B. Knight. From is our duty to male it

may remarks heard it would seem as 609 "". University Ave. >" easy for you to owi t I
though Mr. Knight is a bearcat as a Shampooing Facils and Mani J > ; Victrola. Let us tell p' ,
.:j vaudeville artist but the writer does -!., .- something about out aer- -
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curing-Feet and Body ; : -
t not like to throw bouquets at a mem- Massage -. .---- .' vice and convenient ten* i
ber of'the Alligator staff for we of payment. ?

t know him too well to thus paint a r-';Y; A sermon off -
1 lily. vwwrwr.
t A bedate on the question of blowing J. S. BODIFORDand GAINESVILLE
The of Womanhood r=
1 taps before 10 p. m. was ably .",,",_ Sanctity.
I brought forth by L. C. Crofton and FURNITUREj-j
f Rastus Brown. Rastus took the side COMPANYDRUGGISTS .: An estimate of Woman .

that taps should not be blown before COMPANY i
3 10 p. m., and it seems that popular '"
f': '_ By a mere man
f sentiment was with him for he se- ..

!, cured the decision, although }Ir.I I. .>- .

i Crofton made art extremely eloquent I DRINK { -
I and logical plea on the other side. < .

I A feature of the evening was an informal t COCA COLA | : ," ,':i"' '
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talk Dr. Enwall I s.
by : "Jottings I +" I -
from the logbook ofa seaman." Dr. ORANGE CRUSH -

I Enwall kept the audience on the edgeof AND )

their seats for 20 minutes of M -- '-'_ 4I
tertaining and instructive ideas CHERRY SMASH | Methodist Church, Sunday Morning j See ,

f which he put across in his characteristic I, IN BOTTLES | I Vidal Drug: Company I

and delightful manner. I GAINESVILLE Free Automobiles 9:30 a. m. Free Return I J
COCA-COLA I For Drugs, Stationery, Teirt
Miss Mary Seibel came on last, but I Articles, Candies t
by no means least, with an imitation BOTTLING CO. I of!I Souvenir Cards Wateraun Pert
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1 of a young lady afraid of a -- --
mouse, which kept the house in an I -- ____ ____ _____ _____
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1 uproar of mirth.President -:..". -:- ,. Gainesville's
t Peaden presided in his 1 : --- -: Foremost Shopping: Center =::_:::::_:::::: :::: ;::_:'"

usual capable manner, over the whole
x affair, and the students came away I

feeling that to wait a whole week be- I

tween Peabody club programs was entirely .y I

.: .too lorig.5fir'' --O I' -7Y Special Student



.i:t: dance in Saturday the committee Gym which night arranged was our even competent a better dance 4 VALUES Plus JULY SALES VALUES Bring Crowds !

: than the previous one. A genuine

Ethiopian) orchestra was out and the Vast Exhibit of -
with the barbaric
air resounded Silk Sweaters
strains of music directly descended I Waists

from the wild tom-tom of the African Wool Sweaters
forest. Thus the primitive and soul- All sizes. Best styles. t' S

i stirring appeal of the modern jazz. Of Batiste and Voile Regular price 15.00

Ever and anon, the dusky musician of the better grade. and 18.95. Everyone ;

would pause to mop their ebony faces Regular prices are 1.50 an exceptional bargain -
and then burst forth anew into the
; I and 1.69. Priced low. Y and ideal for the
dulcet and soothing strains of a c' :

dreamy waltz. If you gather the SPECIAL PRICE trip.

meaning, the preceding sentences intimate SPECIAL
that it was some orchestra. ,:
Everybody /was there also every- M '-: 995A
body's girl and the fun was uninterrupted S
- from 8 to 10 p. m. The I 'I
only thing which in any way marredthe
UrrndDpIl ; ilay of '
perfectness of the occasion was High Grade OSoglhiam Frocks .,
the fact that owing to the many dif- I Sold
regularly at 8.95.
The better grade of
ferent states wherein the dancers had smartly tailored gingham dresses. Sold at less thIn
learned their art, it was difficult to J cost. Less thIn cost of making. Fine French Ginghams, in checks and solids, trimmed with
white '
decide just what cor tituted proper hi.
5 5
did not.Ian!
dancing and what } REMODELING
arose over this sub- I SALE BARGAIN PRICE ------- ... .... ..._____ _
friendly disputes ---- --- _.._________..___.__ (I U
ject. If the floor committee would

lay down hard and fast and definite Voile and Gingham Frocks Sale'
rules in the matter even this small on 1
fly'' in the ointment will be done away An extensive array of new gingham dresses,.priced at 3.98 F _'
with. V: and a clear-up lot of All Kenyon Coats the ':- -' .
voile frocks standard
One of the features of the dance that are priced amazingly by which all others a.

was a Paul Jones, which reminded us I low at this price. This is an offer seldom equalled. Come measured. Snappy styles, conservative styles! ; with agl

of happy days back home on the farm I early. Visit the second floor on your shopping tour. without belts.
when we used to carry the maid of :

our down choice, and to dance the old till fashioned the dawn_break-to the SPECIAL .--...--.-.-.--......--------_- ___._..._?_.____ ___ 9 ri,QQ I Full 25 Percent Off .

stirring strains of old Uncle Bill's !

fiddle.It i Every Student
is the universal opinion on the Receives Here the Best at the Lowest Prices

hops campus at the that Gym these add Saturday wonderfully night to I Always a Wash Skirt is Needed dine A large and: stock of dating,models for you. Shown in wash satins, gater-

the healthful recreation of the study- poplins. ; newer styles and best workmanship. 1
wearied brains of the students and ,

since this is the only week night that All 8.50 and 9.00 Wash SkirtsQuantities 6.09 All 5.50 and 7.95 Wash Skirts 4.29 3.95
the rules allow the students outside i All 4.50 and. 5.00 Wash Skirts ,

the dormitories, it is hoped that the :
dance committee will keep Up their Good
good work irt behalf of recreation for f. Hose Sturdy Middies Greet You

the Normalites. The best in
very lisle hose.
Hose from famous The
campus and
makers. You youristudies require a good
Some of these bashful boys on the !ij S of will secure comfort and longevity middy, if for nothing .else, economy's sake. Mar-

campus who haven't got the nerve to i( wear from these hose. In dark: browns, black Hof and Nayvee middies are best and are priced -

approach a fair damsel themselves., j and white. Especially low priced at 3Sc; 50c; unusually low. All our 2.25 middies can be had ,
are always butting in wheel) another 75c; to 1.25 now at much lower prices. -

fellow starts something never real- SpecialGE ....................____._._____ 1.79'II
izing the fact that three is a crowd.,Iu. J Jj
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I (Dy Camille Eynerd) dure this martrydom. Some day, 11 i iI

know the guilty one will be discovered t 1
; SMART M (Continued from last week) and this hope will never leave me; I LYRIC THEATRE t ,
in his saloon, where he drank 1
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Years Pierre has become
go I
f Francois" for a settlement.The A Mae Marry in "On With the f Ii
<- pj only No. 237. He has grown old. "
"' M prosecuting attorney then Suzanne has written for two years i Dance. t i'f

K'Y' .1 makes his accusation. and her letters have been the only relief t

Priced Low "Evidently the mysterious circum- in his life of sorrow. At sightof f Saturday: t tt

U stances under which Francois Gilbertwas her letters his face has never fail- t Carmel Myers in "Dangerous t 1

; So You'll Buy .,' | killed are against him, but thereis ed to light with happiness. But now, Moments." I

(,- ore circumstance not yet touched no word from her, and Pierre has t,

More Than One Pair .j."' I upon, which is of great importance. lost all hope. He feels himself. to be afaoa_so__o_.A ,
He No. 237.
probably killed, if he did. kill- only
ci. through jealousy.We A little village in the south of i

: / should, of course, let the dead France. Sunday and mass is over. Baird Hardware Co.

rest in peace, but Frarfcois Gilbertwas The people are leaving church, the s

I -" I a woman chaser, did he not try priest is among them, speaking to SPORTING GOODS <

to seduce the wives of his men? Did some. A young lad makes his way ,
BOWERS SHOE STOREEast he not even attempt it with the wife through the crowd, and, nearjy, KodahsCutlery .

of the accused? She knows it we breathless, says to the priest: k

.' Jl know it-arid hex knows it a .';o. Gen- "Come quickly, :Monsieur Ie Cure', =':; '

I l ; Main Street,..SouthGOODY'S tlemen of the jury, I believe it ;must at the Grande Ferme one of our
Phone 7 Gainesville Fla. iI
have been this way. hands, a Russian has been wounded
When Pierre begged the foreman I by a steer. Mother sent for the doctor I Satisfaction. Guaranteed H

t:- to give him full pay, because of his he says the man is lost, he begs M
; South Side Square .
I wife's illness, and his debts, the cynical you to come at once to confess him 1t

.J Francois must have answered: and administer the last sacraments.: ,
t "Wouldn't it be better if your Su- At the Grande Ferme, in a small .4 :

; zarne should not play MademoiselleSainte room, a man lying on a cot and moan- .
CAFETERIA Nitouche?" or something like hfe with pain. He murmurs from S H 0 E S. tf '

that. This remark reminded Pierreof time to time, in broken voice. 't ,

and former insults offered to Suzanne "If only le cure' comes in time-He H B., M. TENCH H .
and made him furious, for he adores must be saved. J
his wife. Oh Lord, forgive us our sins!"
i O Gainesville 0 { .
If Pierre did kill Francois Gilbert An old country woman by .his bed, ,
he killed through J9alousy and is entitled seems not to understand the sense of t
Fit for a King"i '
{ to consideration!, in these ex- his words. E Florida E

i tenuating circumstances. Look, gentlemen The old woman says to the woundedman

; MEALS AT ALL HOURS his poor wife and little ones, : S HOE S '.
for their sake have pity!" "Calm yourself, God is compasionate t
f .
; The jury comes in after ten ntin- and forgives the sinners who s%-
From 6:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. ,
utes deliberation. The verdict is pronounced pert their faults. :
the extenuating circum- The boy runs up and passing his

). The very best of foods well cooked stances have been taken into account head through the door says:
I and Pierre is sentenced,to hard labor "He is coming." Then runs away, -
i; Pastry's and Foods all Home Cooked in Guyana, for the rest of his life. filing the air with the noise of his
I ]
: Special Rates on Meal Tickets The president of the Tribunal ad- wooden shoes on the stone stairs. N.NS' x
dresses himself to the accused: The priest corned in, the old woman -
t ;
I "Have you anything to say?" retires, noiselesslyThe
r CHICKEN DINNERS SUNDAY AND WEDNESDAY Pierre answered in a steady voice: dying man, in an exalted voi- e, ,

"Your honor, I am innocent!" says:
:, the "Write what I.shall tell beforeI ART
The ship carrying prisonerssails you
Street North. One Block from Square
k. 108 East Main t
Nazaire 6:00 die. I miserable committed
from St. at a. m. am a .
te They are marched up the gang-plank, a crime, years ago--I have sent a
;0. Pierre, with others considered to be man, Pierre Leroux, to Guyana, sentenced -
dangerous criminals, are chained.His for life-I must save him! I,
\ --- wife and two children have cometo myself, killed Francois Gilbert (He

bid him good-bye. OrJookers, from saw everything as it happened) Do SATURDAY, JULY !aWe

.I' DROP IN I curiosity or other motives, have been what is necessary, please, and pray
drawn to the spot, remarking the the Almighty to forgive my sins- will make a demonstration !

f h OTTO F. STOCK I J I pretty woman and .the little ones and Let me sign. this 4or a proof" for primary grades and
that man, a criminal: chained to an- The cure' hastens to administer the Art work especially to the
I It other man who looks ono ? indifferent- Extreme Unction. When the coni- students. Be sure to come j
; |I ly. Suzanne and Pierre kiss each fortit words are pronounced; f

t iI other, weeping. One in the crowd "My son, your sins are forgiven,

tr' i I Alteration CleanIng. PressingPhone says:, 'o_ die in peace," the man expires, a ray Maker of
t I I "Which is the happier, he who has of hope shining in his ugly face

ri t 354 Gainesville, Florida I I dear ones to bid him good-bye forever,I The President of the Tribunal is in- PICTURE FRAMES F

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f r f< FLORIDA ALLIGATOPLSIMCR Normal The last Training of these School foundations discussed I meagre'efforts We appreciate to this edit comment-on a paper ?that our J. W. 'M'COLLUM & CO. "'t-. Gainesville -Fruit Store: ;'"' ;

the student as ]
is known a* the Russell Sage will be of interest to I DRUGGISTS

J. Hrnest Willett SCHOOL_.........Editor-in-Chief KDITIOX Foundation. The aim of this fund INto I well as: to the resident ofGainesville.This I I All Kinds of Fruit 'J't

I, Marion Boyd Carleton B. Knight..-_...._.Business_Managing Manager: Edito: improve social and living coixli- i I is no easy matter, but we will j THE REXALL Agents for STORE t Cigars, Cigarettes and TobatOlf

G. B. Simmons.....Circulation Managerj" States of Amer- forth our best effort to make it -Soft Drinks- ,
in United
Ellen Hethcox _____._. .........__.Joke Editor t ons the put always Liggetts and Norris Candies I'I First Class Service
;. Marjorie Moffltt _...........Society Editor ica. Its object is to take care of those better each week. Bouquets are :1
Naomi Moffitt .__............... ._Club Editor the a source of satisfaction to Gainesville A Fla. 104 West Main St., North
p h Ira McAIpin .___.....,...._..__ Sporting Editor phases of education which public I j .... .,.. I
., ._.... who receive them. We want -
Edward B. King .Exchange EditorIiEI'OUTEItSz and private schools do not carry out those -..

Cecil IL Nichols Fannie Hudgin in their program. Its main object is I Ito express our hearty thanks to those FLORIDA BARBER SHOP I- --

Teresa Murphy, Joseph D. Wheeler to remove the cause of poverty and who have made this summer Alligator
Official publication of Student Body .. For Students and. Others __ SPEEDIES PUCE;
at nnun.r School, University of ttbt to relieve poverty. Some of the possible, and also to thank those who III

Florida.. Office. In room 24. basemen great departments of its work are as have assisted in any way or even Shaves 20c. Haircuts 35c.
Language Hail..AiiUrewa II is headquarters for
all communications to follows: added a word of encouragement
:Mfcrioa:: B. Knight University Station West Side Square Gainesville
{ Florida. School Garden Propaganda. I

Prevention of blindness among children WHERE IS OUR SU -3IOXEY1
Kntered at Cainr-eville Fla., post- ._ I and SanitationGo

office Subscription aa second: ;:jO class; cents mail the matter.term. Employment. agencies Oh where are the dollars I W. S. DORSEY & CO. J Jf I HandinHandSoft
Advertising rates: 25 column
Inch. ptr Placing and management of children The sub-money dollars; Everything in Groceries I II j t Drinks Candies

in irstitutions. Our people have taxed in for schools? Ice Cream The Velvet KB
I For Goodness Sake Drink
Anti-tuberculosis campaign. Now due to the teachers, I
FOUNDATIONS.Some Industrial insurance. Poor moneyless creatures. A DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEE I Tobaccos and Cigarette '

Training research men to make s rr- Those dollars must be playing pool, -------- --.1' of the wealthy men of onr -- 'j
Or maybe supplyingA ---.
nation have set aside large sums of veys.Housing problems. deficit lying -

money, the interest therefrom to he Relieving/ clogging of school by Uppn some officers' heart. DO BUSINESS WITH

used in advancing: and aidir.g the backward children. Or wrong roads have taken

cause of education. I Publishing and making available THE FLORIDA
And pay for the bacon NATIONAL BANK
Three of the chief donors
are: educational surveys.
Of teachers in some other part.
Carnegie, Rockefeller and Russell These three foundations are acco Resources Over $2,500,000

Sage. plishing a great deal of good in the I know not for certain,

The Carnegie Foundation is composed United States, and it is to be hoped Seems mystery's curtain -
of ten million of- registered will the SffiffiffiffiSSffi
that other wealthy men see
Is dropping those dollars to hide;
5 per cent bonds of the U. S. Steel advantages which have been given by m
And I can't have the money THE PHIFER STATE <
Corporation, which are placed in the these funds and that they will set To pay for my honey. r
hands of a Board of Trustees. The bide similar sums for some special '
Old Sowannee, big county, Strong, Safe and Accommodatings g
President of the United States isI work.
j May need a large bounty,
chairman of this board. The presi-
Illiteracy in Florida.
i But funds she should never misuse $$
dent of the Senate, the Speaker of According to the census of 1920
Or take without asking s ssow
I .af
the House with several other '
along there are 71311 persons ten years o
Under old ,
.masking 0
me., prominent in governmental affairs age and over in the State of Florida any j PHIFER BROS. DEPARTMENT
i A district's money profuse. STORE ,
t at Washington are members of illiterate, meaning, unable to read or I

ii this committee. uwrite. Of this number, 55,639 are .. Agent For I
And if her roll
j The income from these bonds is to negroes, and 15.826 are whites. In pay J t Florsheim Shoes-
Are those of eoul
a gay .
be follows To foundin ,
distributed aa : the total population ten years of age
thoughts intent.
the city of Washington, a school and over, the perce'.age of illiterac tu& on -- -
from -
3 right uses
to encourage investigations in research is 9.6 per cent, which, it is gratifyingto mmMIMMHM
These foods, such abuses, .
c and discovery. To show how note, shows a diminution since 1910
; \ knowledge may be applied towards when it was 13.8 per cent In the Should bring them to just punishmentOh Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBtJRKHJM'S
where are the dollars? 'I
the imrovement of mankind. To
ease of the negroes, the percentage
The line
hundred dollars
:J provide buildings, equipment, books has declined from 25.5 per cent to2L
nineties supposedly paid?
and apparatus to carry out scientific per cent, and in Ease of the native -
.. Our
investigations, as it may be needed,, white it has declined from 52 portionless pocket

: and to give. instruction of an advanced per cent to 3.1 per cent. And Due payment trim my new would gingham stock it with, .braid ........ ... .. .
nature to students properly .
3 1 '
;j There is more illiteracy in the rural -
'f qualified to profit thereby." \ districts of the State than in the .

Ore good thing about this foundation The poet brings a letter, AMERICAN
reties the percentage being 123 percent SHOE REPAIR
I'm truly its debtor, COMPANY
is that the trustees by a two- for the rural population and 5.41 !

,; thirds vote of their members, may per cent for the city. For the native I A warrant Hits letter contains I AND SHINE

1 modify the conditions and regulations white population of native parentage My .troubles are groundless.My PARLOR

: I under which this fond may 1Mj j the rural percentage of illiteracy is gullibleness boundlessI've O .

., dispersed. j 43 per cefit, while the urban is 0." only regret for my pains Geo. Tampas and Louis Eliades, Proprietors
Composed by :Miss A. Queer.
organized what is known
Congress cent. In of the
case :
per negro popu-
I as the Central Education Board,' to latlon: the percentage is 2.4 per cent 115 West Main Street North -. Phone 139 fv

aid Mr.*Rockefeller to distribute his hi the rural sections as against 12.f FORGIVE US OUR SINS .

large gift to the United States. Thishoard ]i per cent is the urbaa.By 4 .. .. ..", .. ."' .+H

at present is interested in four counties: the illiteracy ranges (Continued from page three.)

J' different lines. They are: 10 Practical -, all the way from 31.4 per cent in Jef- formed by Hie priest of the confessionof SPORTING

Farming in the Southern States. ferson county to 2.9 per cent in the Russian, Ivan: The President, GOODSTennis

(2) Development of the Southern 5 Pinellas tour.ty.-Oitraa County sitting in his office, listens to Ivan's Rackets

High Schools. (3) Promotion og I j Chronicle. confession, written in a note book. Lawn Tennis
I Hardware of all Kinds
Higher Education in the South and 1, This helps to refute the argumentthat I The priest explains \ tithe fcircitm-

:! (4) Selected Schools for Negroes.The the system of schools in the State' stances under which he was called to !: See Us

first was to aid cotton grow- of Florida are not efficient. It goesto the death tfed.The .

ers '.o get rid of the boll weeviL show that we are banishing the President of the Tribunal THE THOMAS COMPANY

Through this fund, agricultural bulletins State of illiteracy by providing longed telephones to Pierre's defender aid Phone 22 '

are distributed to the farmersof school terms, better teachers and bet- compliments him upon having, at WEST SIDE OF

tie South. Under its supervision, ter equipment. People are becoming least saved the life of his client, I SQUAREHILL'S

boys' corn dabs, pig clubs and girls' interested"in their children!and are demanding through his eloquence and says: I

cam ing and poultry clubs are organ- that they have a chance to "I shall do what is necesfeary for

ized. Peopleare also taught to uti- educate themselves. Let us hope the prompt release of the prisoner."

lize all waste products possible. that it will not be long until illiter- In
Guyana the director
of tile
Teachers are aided in their work of CAFETERIA
will disappear from the"State.
acy .
penitentiary Monsieur
re- 4
being useful in the community by this .
cevies a telegram: .
foundation.The :
aid Southern "Releas. at once, Pierre Leroux, ..
second to
was IN FIRST ISSUECarrying Home
murderer -of Francois Gilbert, dis- ", Cooking ,;
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State Colleges so that they might ::
covered through confession of Ivan .. -
have charge of the founding of a sys- ; '
six of interesting All
tem of high schools within their bor pages a Russian. 'Return man! to France on Pastry's Are Home Cooked ,: '
University wet several
news as
as next ; f
ders. Out of this fund a special high features of merit, the Florida Alli- iences.steamer" providing all conven- :,

school representative is paid, whose !
made it?
gator appearance Friday, (Signed) Department of Justice, Breakfast 6:30 to 9:00 : :
business it is to arouse interest and and will continue publication duringthe Paris. a. rh. : : .

aid in the establishment of public I .: ;
summer term of about six week '
; Director '
where Chevalier rings for a clerk. 11.30 to 2: *
high schools in those sections While the advertising p. m.
appear -
Orders him to bring Pierre in. j
none exist. in a very healthy condition, and Pierre comes, under escort of two # Supper 5:30 to 4
The third aim was to aid those col-
take up about half of the space in the jailors. He p. m. .
in the South who were making can hardly be recognized, :
leges -
ir. ide of the paper, the reading mat- .
:o broken and
special investigations and trying to ter shows that careful attention has dispirited has he become :1 Short orders at all hours -; '
The director bands the telegram J
work out some special plan or project been given it, and judging from the .
to him. Pierre t
shakes his
along higher educational lines. r
initial issue the editors have a great head.
The last was for the establishmentof deal of talent to work with and the
schools for the training of teachers. should be "My eyes are too weak, please read Special Rates to All College Students
paper more succesful than it to me, sir." lr -
These. schools known t
were as ever before Gainesville
(To be Concluded next week)

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May b* Last Event of the
roxincg Club Was Put On in KXifiiin&raXKiraXthe I
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Fine Style Last Friday University.We LOVE IS BLIND.Ah lj-RffiffiffififfiffifBHaiHiHira 91Sfifi! 9191 !fi !: !: !fi! 91 .
trust that this matter will be fi Hi
I One of the largest and most in- taken from fi !fi I.
up a medical
standpoint they've argued in debate >
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that has r;
crowds attended both for 4x
rested the <
make of the men concerned Boldly did they state, t fifi y;
fey event pn the campus this summer and also for the sake of many Called to mind .
out tf full force last Friday evengto interested fi ifiifi t.f
spectators, who will be Mighty logic in a mass,
witness: the wrestlirg and boxg disappointed if the f; ,
boxing is discon- Oratory full of class-- Sfi
\ mattes staged by the University tinued.
Vowed SfiSfi
by lad and prettylass. :
zing: Club. "Love is blind." i BURNETT THE CLOTHIER

[The first wrestling match, Lee. 140, BASEBALL STARTS; UNIVERSITYWINS rx

p.Gracey, 154, was as pretty a piece OVER SUMMER TEAMA Ah, methinks, they argued well
mat work as one would wishsee. '
[ defer
schemers thus
fast game of ball was played last to quell,
In debate
Saturday afternoon on; the athletic ;
I The second match, Lee vs. Simmons,
I field between a team made up of Till opponents saw the "roast"Of ffiis
characterized by the{ extreme
the University men, who have remained their proudly flaunted boast
[ranness of both contestant Many.' during the summer session Banished like a baffled ghost, Watch that "the" larger every-year x
clinical dodges were used, much to' and I grow ; ., I
a team composed entirely of sum- All through Fate.. <
delight of the spectators. Bothese ; ..
le mer school students. ,- .. r
matches were purely exhibionaj -. For 'tis Fate who deals the cards, fi: ". >, '
The better half of the looked -
} with no decision. game Deals our life out yards on yards, NUFF SED : ,
dark for the University team, the So defined i :: t I5i ;
The first boxing bout, Pfeil, 152 vs. summer school team being ahead witha ; '" y;
iTillacres 150, was the star bout of For we race along the track, :fi ,
score of 4 to 0 up to the fifth in- :fi Y;
Both these have Sirce the giddy speed don't slack, Y;
the evening. men a ning. Then the fighting spirit of the :
ityle of their own, and both stylesre old Florida men came to the front and And, behold, on looking back, :fi Iii Y;
of action1. The first two We were blind! :fi i
with a smashing series of spectacularhits Y;

ands were easily Pfeil's. He showed and runs the University team reversed :
Like the foolish Youth that talked, $
and pushed his
ggressiveness man the score till the finals showedup

|rom the start. At the beginning ofe 11 to 5 in favor of the Universityteam. Oft the reasoning seems balkedIn ......
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third round Villacres, encouraged ;
_. For whene'er I think of life, iI.
by the shouts of his supporters in it was a fast game throughout and
the audience, ceased his merely de- much good playing was done on both i Of the joy there is in strife 4

fetsive tactics and swung some telling sides. The crowd: out for the first For, my darling little wife, THE UNIVERSITY I BOOK STORE
Love is blind! J. D. W.Knox'W'hy .
punches, which he kept up thrx game was small, but made up in I.
he next round. Decision, a draw. spirit what it lacked in numbers. A
do girls wear hair Basement Language Hall
The feature wrestling bout of the larger crowd is expected r.bxt Satur '.
evening was between John Dyal, a I Iocal day afternoon, as the baseball game' .
Marie "To their hair of ,
lad and Gracey. Dyal put his' was not as, well advertised as some in i 7
opponent's shoulders to the mat after of the other campus activities, but course. I New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery, > y
Knox-"Wrong, they wear them to
several minutes of intensive wrest- actions speak louder than words, and I.
keep the 'rats' from drowning in the | Large Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps, :
Iling. A return match between these the game last Saturday showed what marcel wave." I ,.
two men Is looked forward to with kind of material we have at the bat _

gnat expectation.The this summer. I Memory Books, Etc. : I t.
Betty "I met a fellow last night :
second boxing event between that was a regular cavalier." I :
our two popular light weights, Lar- Kaiser Wilhelm was so sure Ger- Jack "What's a cavalier?" 1, :1-

sen, 130, and Roberts, 130, was an many was going to win the war that .
Betty "A handsome man '
young | For the Student
evenly matched exhibition of scien- he arranged a. list of the penalites he I Everything
who takes a young lady to the thea- I
tific Decision, draw. to enforce the losers.
sparring. a was going on
tre, takes her to dine brings her back 4I
[ The third boxing bout, Nichols, 165. Among these was an indemnity of 40 .
in a taxi, and sees her to the door, .
vs. Lee, 140, showed up both men in billion dollars from the United and says good-niglit without even r 4l'T

fine form, Nichols showed gamenessin States. This was very generous of asking her for a kiss.'

taking on the lightweight cham- him, really, when he could just as Jack-"We don't call them cava-

pion of Florida, and Lee needed all well have taken everything we had. liers around here." THE ALACHUA RESTAURANT rIDcAF l j
his out of the had the rest of the
trained (skill to keep If Germany won Betty-"No? What do you call jt I
way of his opponent's swift left. De- world would certainly have learned them?" I / ;;
cision, a draw. ;5L-; what "peace without victory" meant. Jack-"Just plain suckers!" I For Ladies and Gentlemen t ;

Professor Buchholz, who is in -Pathfinder.Did t

charge of the vocational men, has ;

issued the edict that these men are you ever notice that some fel- i ii
I Half Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot It Itt
to indulge in no more boxing, on account lows who aren't popular at all and I .

- of the danger of overdoing it, who never have any business whatever t =-

as many of the men have not recov- of their owrt are always putting SUO} : "
I Phone 507 Gainesville Florida
ered from the effects of German gas their nose in somebody else's affairs.

and guns. While it is true that some I If they would see themselves as P epo-riT\ A -----

of the men in their game efforts to others see they them would at least .
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make the club a success have been quit it. br node .- -- -- .. -

rather indiscreet in going in for hard MethodsCHESNUT'S

boxing, there are many who, from ANOTHER LIE NAILED. 5'1f

the nature of their wounds, would not
charged resident of a Lon-
Rumor a
be injured, but on the contrary their
don suburb with dragging his wife
health would be berefited by this
form of exercise. It is hoped that, from a certain meeting and compelling I I THERE IS GREAT SATISFACTION IN KNOW*
her to return home with him.
on the physician's recommendation, until he ING THAT YOUR LAUNDRY WILL BE DONE
The let the story travel
Professor fit to
Buehholz will see had a fair opportunity to give it a RIGHT, ALSO THAT IT WILL BE IN THE
in some
make exceptions to this rule
cas Jos. However, whatever may be broadside, and then he replied in the HANDS OF PEOPLE WHO ARE CAREFUL,

the outcome we know that the Pro- local paper as follows: I RELIABLE AND EXPERIENCED. THESE ,
I never attempted .
first ,
"In the place
fessor has the interest of the boys at I
to influence my wife in her viewsor REQUIREMENTS ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE I
heart thing by
and will do the right
them. Ever since the vocational menbegan her choice of a meeting. Second, I ASSUURANCES THAT YOU HAVE WHEN
wife did not attend the meetingin
to come to Florida Professor of my question. In the third place, I did I I YOU SEND OUR LAUNDRY TO US, BY OUR
Buchholz full measure
given a !
the meeting myself. I
not attend TRUCKS.
devotion to the cause of their !
ally, I never had a i

tion.That of exercise WEAVER'S STEAM LAUNDRY
boxing is a fine form i

for many types of incapacities "Have you seen Professor Gabble- II I I f
resulting from the hazards of war isI
an fact in medical circles. stony the scientist, I I
undisputed him for more
I listened to I
The British used this form of salu- "
than an hour at the club last night. South Side SquareAgent ;
tary exercise constantly in their con-
he talkingabout" I
"Indeed! What was
valescent camps during the war. at Alligator office Ii ,

The writer observed many British the "He didn't say!" i,_....:::: _:u._!=_ < -. .- -. -- _'0 :.. _
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valescent camp, which accommodatedmany

hundreds of wounded.air became Every SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK .
afternoon, as soon as the
cool bout after bout was staged, 2 98

until dozens dark.of three-round bouts lasting $4.50 SILK PONGEE LADIES'' BLOUSES ;,

Of course, boxing is not suited to

all cases but there are many whereit
is extremely beneficial. We know 113-115 WEST UNIVERSITY AYE. i.i
one vocational man, who after THE BUSY BAZAAR -

went into training for these matches in, Next to United Shoe Store \ t iI
gained five pounds added weight

one week, and improved his health in -I 11
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:: 1 bIz seed: bout verve and: zee As they pus rss-lioed ia rows.. _-'I ie'fast qsxt the sea, he was offereda ::3!!1.Gainesville it.

: 'r So JOTS :.aGe TOCT daze en tie; Qp rsy way Job on a Mp ra the merchant marine a ElectricalSupply
:1. t Sew ifi jest Eke rig raay-r ifr* To or Ircgi rsy fidly rlasr, ad the offer riled taVfrg las ;j Co.Electric.
k' Or at meals, where they mass
4 ; t When yea start to reef & class; 1. wife aloes: Now when a skipper teHs .
tr display.the j;
t For jwa rsa the gx=i3et-cf tac5rWi5di l a cOOk that if he writ sip the articles .. ..
cies Iocs (r sbdrt, ( with him, ; ; !!!
-1 A; dresses be may take his wife yoa Irons
I' Bzxzss yoa zs yea pass; Yid or loa, may male up your mind that heTsssi. I __, t V
00, For trio: an pass a. pretty raid Sow the dainty :3Cj'or Sporf jrHbeTowed :
for general
be some cock: as a H Fans ?
c Wten be i* sOaec -dehyed! rot allowed to accompany t'
are -
I- teH fiaen Iry their cloths*, women I ci
i : Yom can: their spouse when they wort ; 'I 1
: to pzshm a real: Or the powder: ca theme cose.i
J.D. W. aboard a ship.
; To get back to work agair; i la the crowd.: .
;: Chef Jokes is revofotiorirrag meth- f '"
Fr; Xcsrwe tare IS sit aad dealt ;
t : the "gr.Jad: not co.air; Such is Life.He ods *r4.vt rrrx in Mess Tn and aH i !
arooad her ae:k, that there. has beer aothisg !Owen
Hs arms i i
:For its j rat lie wurllag y 9'S placed -i f flashlights, Mazda Lamps Land '
back to time
kiss, I done since away a i
Jet to ears a etamir smile Upoa her Bps a :, -
To quell yocr trocble 2M jtxzr fears 1 drank from marry a cam," saM he"But when the memory of man runneth: : Supplies 1
tids. net to the contrary. Not only has he '-.
Eke -
1 With its Booth Yg g- DeTer a msg ,
i I made great improvements so far but '
For wio can pass a pretty read i
ADd not be, at kzstdda77ri''Once They paddled np the river Inn f1 he promises to farther improve aDd ; :
they fbsnd a place to ttwf; f embelish the mesa just as soon as d
yfrfrirg bright: rAnd he can get some needed help. More I
the Leader used to zar The moon was i I
little Sweater. power to him. The editor meditates
i Airy as yoa 'lilsfred along; be held her
r : I term meal ticket to L.
buying long
smile quite
i Sow they simply gn7e -
i Wag their beads to sbov your'Ifl'Dn g Yes be held her little sweatee, i continue in force as long as Chef New York Hatters and Fruit Ca.Lowness .
1 : wbo miles how the evening IDes). Jones remains od: the job.
Yet can caret many (My
t' Tboogii be rags a daring race They talked ia tones of fare, I Candies Kept in \
] Refrigerator Show Case .
Tferocgh the gxsstlet of their sr>fl5 And he gazed into her-teach: basket. SMILES AND STYLES
I Next: Door to A. a L. Depot
Which harass his well set peel -
l i Say win can see a pretty maid Yes, be gaud into her teach bailee; Hare you seen the many smiles -

And not be, a bit delayed He wished be had a taste Mites of smiles,
." J. D. W. His darling sat beside him Smiles of styles;
aroond her-cmbreHa. "\ How each charmingly beguilesAs
His arms
WHO LOVES YOU? v. : it fnHy reconciles
FOUNTAIN PENS, of the John Holland make
: : Who says dearie to you? Yes, embracing her umbrella f And compiles!
'. Who calls: you aH his ovn? That charming little rigs -I Also the marvelous Donn-Pen the best self-filler ever codi
Who gets lonesome and bane? Her eyes were fall of mischief. Have you seen the pretty dyes In our repair department we handle parts for Pencils ud
J: Talks to the noon about yoa? And be shyly stale a sandwich. Eyes on dyes Pens and look after repairs. If you have trouble with }nr
I' Whose eyes looking in poor own make How each dainty "skirt" applies, Wrist Watches or any other watch you have, brag it tf..
AD your dreams come tree? Twinkle, twinkle little hair I; Ldor soft, as it defies

!\'bo"has the right to kiss you good How I wonder what you air; l Mortal eyes! :-. L. C. SMITHSouth
I, ; night? Up above the lip so brave, \ _
t. ?bed whose little girl are yoa? Why the devil don't you shave? What a host of charming styles Side of Square
I' Proposition I: Paoctnate. Sytles of smiles,

j ; Given: I lore 7OUt r Which beguiles
t .* To : That you love me. That that is is that that is not'is Every crsuspedicg Youth.
prove ,, .... .... .
"" : -: ;: .
-r Proof: I love you not is that not it it is. gene -= "- "' =-" ::- r trr fe ewL"3rrro
:"All the world byes a lover. Axiom Till he falls to .. forsooth... ; -
;:_ : 89. I used to thiz& I knew I knew. To the styles ,I STUDENTS PATRONIZE 'GATORADVERTISERS I
Previous Bat I mast confess of the smiles
You are all the -world to me. :BOW ; :
: statement. .The more I know, I know I knowI : Falls the unsuspecting Youth! I

t I Hence: Yea love me- Q. E. D. t know I know the less. j J. D. W. f fi i = 2'1

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I the "high mark" of charm and originality. r i I

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