Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 10 2, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02285
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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s treator ptrtiner of the fIrstof F. .X
Board, Cheney Co,. doing bushiess i the
City of Toledo, county and 8tatp afore,
psaid, and that sild ffirm will pay the
1 tsum of lne Hundred bollai for each
rage. sys and ever ease Of Catarrh that eannoe
rtge, J es to the sworn to before me lad lsuberitedl
recently in n my presented' thli 1lh dtiy of A leeem*
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a at WOdw v or f allt e l

Rieas of N1aftopy was
te fhe aity yesterday.
I,.e.olwe ,of Mle opy was
Stwhel c ity yesterday.
ter of Roohelle was among
ato thisO ety yesterday.
A Jashen ville stop at the
I loeatlo, best meal. tf
f Rouadtree's truake and
Jest ln. New York Rasket.
aumter of Jacksonville was
a* the Brown Houm e yeater-
J. JBUl of Alachua was
belc inee In this lty yes-
Fennell has returned
ligbtfal visit to friends at

of Waldo, principal of
itligh Sehool, was a visitor
yesterday.
'Mf, W. B. Crown of took
omong those who favored
with a visit yesterday.
Sand sample distributors
gpywhere. No eaunvr ing.
cooperative Adv. Co., N. Y.
aHall* ba u returned from
lia, where she has been
ihtful ummer visit of several
giwoof Bell, the tie contrao-
o eampa at Bell and Palmer,
slebng business in this eity
Woods of the Standard Fer.
mpany is spending a few daysI
Ilnd vicinity in the interests
AktKa Prieo and Hallie and
ffatt of Micanopy were
ese who favored Gaineaville
i-lt yesterday.
lat,-Two nicely furnished
oast convenient location in
gpplyI 08 sat Liberty street,
&2 BMun oae. tf
Loegman, a locomotive engi-
the employ of the Atlantice
re, with headquarters at High
wa p visitor to this eity yes-


lsnsre with Cuasmm A ill. Injure with Cshuman & Mill.
If you nPed furnluro. we san save o()r shoe department is full of good
you money. New Yrtk teket. things for men, women and children.
Miss Sallie Pinkoscn lasi returned New York Racket.
front a brief viksiL I fr!idde at Ito. For Slo-epuontld-lhatd DenLmore
ahillrt. r typewriter. Will ito sold cheap. Ap.
For liett--?torue ro yl 3 ,,o fr)rmje.r. ply a i .. i
fly .'.ple d. Addre -' l.nrot V. Ilur. "et ;uir hi.bits oin and come to l,
ter. Jakoutvill. IJ. irkhlitio '. goet y.mtr up.t Sgeints' furnihings,. 111'S new build-
Nc w Whephler &A Wiii, .,..ii> s-o naing. Enst side of (i toare.
chine elitap for chol, C'ull fil or aad-.
dreustltis olic. dawif Hlenry 'olkof Hlague, a progressive
Mliss Anniip Turuer, thl ciharminii farmer of t ht isetili,. wasl it the city
daughter of J., M, Tarner of Lake yesterday:' Il eaniw on busilnesacon.
View, was shelilpintg i the city yester. nected witlh. ihe county clerko'sclMe,.
day. W L. Wofoltdern of Sampson Otly,
J. A. Parrish and sun of liUgua aid Inember of the firm of WolfeademA
Ueorge Beck of ocky Poinat were Co., manufaetoreMr of lumber, was
among those who were trading iln the traneaoti:Rg business in the city yes.
city yestnrdy. terdlay.
If troubled with a weak digestion try Mrs, R, L, Uarton of Rocky Polat
ChaItberlain'S8tomah and liver Tatb. was among the visitors to this city
yl. Tdrey will dosougood.For sale yesterday. She wasen route to Haw-
by all druggos., thorn, where she will spend a few days
H. R. Arnold, colored, a prosperous as the gueet of relatives.
farmer of Fairbanks, was In the olty
y teerday and renewed hip subserip. W. a. Briome, W. R. Thomas and
Slion to The Sun. J. D. 8trlngfellow are among those
A. J. Bek of Oampiile was i the who went to Jacksonville to attend
city yterday, ie called asn The Su the meeting of the State Denterostl
@IIIsore Hew calle d as Theeutono cive Committee and for other
oeds and renewed his subscrlption to business Yesterday.
Alaheha's luminary. business yesterday.
George Oleason, formerly of this Partles wishing good cheap work
stoak, mules or horses, will do well to
city but now engaged in trucking at wait for 8nowden & Edwards' auleed,
Rocky Point, was treansacting business which will arrive about Oetober 8.
la thistle*tyyeserday. Old Tennessee Bae ditable., Weae
Get tour hable on and some to L. Main street, 8. id-tw
J. Burkhlmn ad get our up-to-date Dr. J. P. Parker departed yesterday
senate furishimas. Dll's new build* for Franklin. Ky., where he hu bee
!lg. Eat side of square, called on buslew. Kentoucky i Dr.
Attorney J. A. Carlisle spent yes. Parker's old home, and he will atear.
enrday It# Jacksonville, where he went ally feel th he is asmoe friends In
for the purpose of attending the meet. his native Stae. Friends wish bin
lag of the State Democratic Execatire plant wsonrn, which will no doubt
Committee. bae the e.
Veationl Is over. Go back to work 0. (1. Hudoon, the clover traveling
d.tohool In aew pair of fall stylerpr ive rA Holm .
Barry shoes. Many new styles from p S
which we can Just ait you and fit you. wholesale oce. J'kaoevllole, a
L. C.8awi. Hrved In the ity yeeterdaq and will
A. M. IBq tle clever and sue. spend Sunday with his famlly her.
onaful travllc u manu for the Ba. Mr. and Mrs. Hadlon are sow ocapy.
er A Holmeso h o make ing the elegant uranerUeidenee, West
his headquarters in this ae Liberty street, opposiel the Flr
tag Sunday here. Presbyteria Obhurh,


Ten head eholee rnlextered milUN
sows for sale at Jackson piace. thr
blocks ect of quare. Partles wishing
to ee same will tall between 8 a. m.
and 4 p.m. W. J. Hunter. 8td
Mrs. J. A. Amuons will be ple*ee
to meetAny of the young lay stu.
dents ofMat Florida Seminary who
deire to have their measure taken,
and to order the tallor*made unlfornu.a
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ford and daugh.
ter, Lila, have returned fr6m a pleas-
ant visit to Saratoga Springs. N. Y.,
and other points. They aWrived on
Mr. Ford's private ear, No. 310, from
Jacksonville.
Wanted-Good, strong, willing boy
from sixteen to eighteen ears of age
to learn the machinist trade. Flne op-
portunity to the boy who Is willing.
Apply alnesville Machine Works,
South Oalnerville. 83
0. 0. Strickland of Hague, one of
the best farmers in the county, was a
visitor to this olty yorterday. Mr.
8triekland brought a lead of eorn to
market which showed up well. and
which readily sold at fair prices.
Misses Alma and Vallie Grace, the
aooomplished and effleient principals
of the Stokes and Xvinston schools,
respectively. were shopping in the city
yesterday. These young ladies have
many friends here who are always
glad to see them.
Should aublerlbers not receite their
paper by 6:30 a. m. they will confer a
favor by immediately notifying the of-
flee. The carriers have all lets the of.
fle4 by 7 a. m., and the sooner the of.
fle is notified of their neglect the lees
trouble it will oeiasion the business
department.

READ THIS.
Jackson. Tenn., Jane 4. 1901-ThIs
is to certify that one bottle of the
Texas Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery,
has cured my wife and myself of kid.
ney, bladder and rheumatle troubles,
and we most cheerfully recommend It
to the public.
A K. T HtA W AOND WiR .

A TEXAS WONDER.


SLIpeomb of Oeaals, represen- One small bottle of the Texas Won-
the New Home Sewing Ma- der, Hall's Great Discovery, eures all
pany, was in the city yF- kidney and bladder troubles, removes
Mr. ULpecomb is desirous of gravel, oures diabetes. seiinal emis-
fag oMes here, and may de- alone. weak and lame weeks, rheuma*.
c oat a later date. tism and all irregularities of the kid.
Mrs. J. M. rahanm have re- eye and bladder in both men and
their home in this caty after women, regulates bladder troubles in
tad extended visit to points children. If not sold by your druggist,
t, es well as to the former will be seat by mail on receipt of $1.
1101. Graham in New York One small bottle is two months' treat.
t4 are glad to see them meat ed seldonm fala to perfnt a
tuene Dr., ErneSt W. Hall.solel moeat.
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Trade One Dollar Monday
and you can buy
10 Bars Octagon Soap for 25o


Ele nt Line of

Ladles' Skirts
Just in from factory. The
prices range from $1 up
to $9.50 each. They are
cheap enough and swell
enough for the most fas-
tidious.


FURNITURE!I
An up-to-date line of Rattan
and quarter-sawed Oak Rocken
Just in. The styles are elegant
and prices right. Don't fail to
see them. We carry a full line
of Furniture and sell the msne
,Cheap for CASH.

Your Money Goes a Long Ways
at Our Store.


Prof. M. W. Mil of OratMe Heghtis,
now sth e*olent principal of th Plmle
Cottage seal, near HRage, wa In the
ally yesterday. He report Sa e-
rollment of tweaty.ll., and 4deslas
the school i in the best shape Its ha
ever been.
J. B. Cone and family of Waldo have
removed to this olty, and are now
pleasantly loated at W00 deathh Oak
asenne. The family of Mr, 0ame have
come for the purpose of taking advae.
tage of the aexelleut sobool advoa.
tages afforded by the Oalaoevllte
Oraded and 111ih Shool.
Deputy Sheriff T. J. Perry W o ,I
the llty from Roehellre y*rday H*
came to brInA Rafe Wisll BI4
linmmont and Geore JIlea. 410111
who were arreted speO har f
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