Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02296
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 12 31, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID02296
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

Full Text

W ,f. u r ....l. of
te Malndor WorMO ef b0 World,
0*o rwid Wi(lk hs family il ths ol1y,
am the r flisti yererda i of a1 peuliar
Nlr. rollerr reslved a package
Ibrougi he aill of a baby's sp and
l0n.A As thl, woe the lst present of
sth kiad be had ever wl*sved belnl a
"llr father," he wa na turally isroud;
but bhvlnl I lot ofr kte s and ,thier
mail he overtlwke hll tlhI p iBnI, whlieh
wia left on tihce dlitely del'k Ia tile
Mr. OUrmtlr left the pnas(ofl)s, aid
after he had beie. lIoni I few mininutn
acecin1ls that he o I alV I f M ie s (t i jaek-
agl. Iie retiestell to flnd that the
packae lhad alis pi*pard.
IfII Mt. lr lof th pMikaip.wIIll on.
for a Ireat favor by 'lturnlnG the
sme to Mrs. Rosa Wlan, delivery
*elkr, as Mr. Croier Inreatly wor-
ried about She ume.

i1 ^lhat Otwlrwn,

It lwomrd sladi
sisrls*. She
1 at 0 in Mr
ohs willb o

rthlse gor few

Swent hreeaitly

6i, howtl. HIII.
i Mhas alIo *old

!hIther te will
*tusqtide luerntliv

0pem^eqseetes' i s

Bsi n, 7 6 i- OLDSTEII

II Rntwr B db) theI City and
wm Will 3 aln IvU Saturdady.


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O: Room w, wn No

W beat"la

PRI I'Pil UP -Iw eV
k^& S aL O$ ]swill be
iilrif wt- e ..

#lotl a l o erlm u of ds
a e with ti e. Prede It ri
S iNy V i lta Shos Then
|t'W.mi Pn t Un
g|^ ^

"R'h rs Cute lbaa
bes :ii well after
tB'masand, and will at-
y cure or benefit
lr rt disease.
bt) pain around
Iand smothering
nd ot be neglected
lies' IHeart Cure
bo,- quick you will
Msake a new heart,
ItL srick cone by
the heart nerves
a le relieving the
t train, and restoring
adIcou he .t
Sathe n ftra n
BBE-.V lld- nllt w *ni
c In
t /A purn taMed
ure aas

es lr S 11a,',for a '
carl a rbl. oe
MOll. rot. Ois.
U111'ase~i 0"406 Hiaft 1OXsId b
IJfcI^J~fl.g*i e;~.itft
Wtti6Wpv BA2N%.~h -~fii

It ti onre apSoltay to fit classes in
suel a mOnaner that they relieve the
vyt strailn perleetly I hitting the eye
withl ease and reoiort. thus preserving
the eye. In exasininu the eye only
the later andl maot improved nmethuod
iald ltstrumtsits are nied.
PFhyili.n frliespoilly are invited tu
eall and invest igte our utethodr of
eorretlin ertor is rfllrNatioo. .Mtlny
sewve ol headache, neurilulsa, itervoius
sto. Irrttlahlitf, istioniaesst a vertigo.
mervonus prottration and the I*enmilig
*stpidity of children are often due to
dafe-etive lvsio c ealuctdl yan an aior.
aal curvature ofl the cornesor crystal.
liln leus or to an irrrmg'lrrity cti the
refnletingl mdlna of the eye, laid are
e)lie"dJ t a no6 e upon the application
of the proper I|lassN. Ninest per cent
of the pruple over 40 ear. of ae need
Ilae.ni, Iand B per cent of the 90 need
them for dlitnce,
lasses are nnt always given to im-
prove eesightbl. to roliete undue
artainn-ln *short to ireiht nature.
Theiuandelf eyes are ruined pearly.
aeven prisons out of teso have either
ea alike, and one out )f twenty As
am llslm; hence the necessitao test.
notllu Isi isven to aily inequality that
may exit between the refraction of
the eye.
Optical science has made rapid ad-
vense within the lat few years; the
eorreet adoption of spectaeles has be.
eome adistinet prufeasiio. The optl-
olan who thoroughly undentands his
business realizes fIlly that in adjusl.
ilur glles for his ri ctlumerm he is
tirtlnK with a mnot dteirita and pre.
oinui organ. where the slightest error
may result serioiely, while If he does
his work well he nost only Rie conm.
fort arnd ease to his patrons, but in
muny instance, restores the sight.
A14eial eare should be take n n e.
leetling the first pair of peectaelse. nor
should it be attempted witlhut the aid
of a esponsible optician. It It most
Important that the lenses should be so-
curately eentereand and of thebet qual.
ity knd the frallince ,4 made that the
wsarer luoks dir-ctly through the een.
ter. (lases nirerly fitted to the faee
homenan uorniNnital as well as a ne-
osrity. _
rltig Rhildrein with speetacles a
'larente. do not neglect, your ehil.
den's eyes.
01lf1oilt castes solicited.
All qiPtionnl in regard to the eyes
cheerfully answered.
Conlstation and a anminatin
Olee s hoUrs frjsi 10at. ,. to I a I.,

Ar mro rI, lr-.los ofmot. forn Mromnhd
(l'o R BNlIk, Illbo it l rii. liO. N.Umlfti'i
;!,:xt ovrtNki" yow. Do:i't tljk it, cad aIbovoal-


For Sale by Johnon Bros., Oainesville
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To Please a




In she matter of a Holiday (ift is a mighty easy matter in
this store. He site wife, sister daughter or friend, we can sell
you what she will be happy to have.

Now is the Season.
We think just before New Year's a good time to remind you of
clur *elegant line of lIry ioods, Dres (ioods, Noveltieo. Lacese
and Embroiderles-in faet everything usually carried tor the
ladies in an up-to-date Dry (oods store. We're uver had
such an attractive showing, and it should Interest every lover
of the beautiful in this town.

There's a Reason
Why yout Phold buy the Shoes earrieul in our stock. loun.
drtdJ of Ipeople-mep. women and chlidren-are wearing
them. Why not you?

It's a Plesure for Our Olorks to Show Gods.





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Take The Atlantic Coast Line


IupOu l 8pot oofP.a0. tOsDvoat *e r
NoVrib l .ast flj VU South o Monwtoalef
Rapid Transit and Unsurpamsed Service

Depart For

Time Table In e eet Sept. 1, 19*4.

Arrive Frcal

8:46 pm MHigh spnns and Inter.
D.ily __mediate Points
2:40 pm Oeala, Leeburr and Tampa, and
Daily Intermediate Points
2.06 pm Palatka, IDaytona. Jaekaonville.
Daily North, East and West
12:16 am H!igh springs. Waytros.. Savannah. Brmnwek,
Daily Albany, Atlata,. all Pointe North. East West


Ioehelle, Mieanupy and Citra

Daily i
8:40 p m
1:fc pm
3:1 pm
9:55 a 1

3:58oa ,7:20 p
Daily High Springs .Dild
at.Mon .SndS
e nu s lenes -e- Me -i
IntehanrraSble Mileage Tickets, good over 18,000 mUes of among the prils
prsl ralwls n the Seotort l.State, are on sale by the orineipal aelaNts.
Through Pullman alleeper Poer Tampa & Neow York. via Atlantic COO".
Line: also via Atlantic Coast Line and outhern orvi a Atl e
For complete information, eall o
Address: J A. OOODWIN Ticket Agent, Oalnesville.
FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Com'SI Art., W. D. STARK. Tray. I'an. Adr_
118W. Bay t., Astor Bildine.Jacksonville, Fla.
H. M. EERION, Traf. Mr., wJ CRAIG Paps
Wihnfauton, N. 3 ORAlI. Gen. Pass. Ali,
SN.CtWilmington, N..V

Advertise in THE SU
ttA-i~o/^CaT HEili S'.1 ..'^.' 1.''..1"*. ^~

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Revout ion Immi nt.
A sur alsa of appIebhlol revolt
sad rioua turoble I yaur syeta IIs
iooiervoule *leeplesaamN, or stomach
upsets. Eleirles Kl it will quickly
dismber the troeuble-gme muse. It
a eerfalla to ton* she nomabsh, reuo-
late the kldnea aad lmrels, sllmu.
late the liver, and elilf ahe blood.

ad,-'' psi*





El) BY P.R U.N A.

Sto o~ti

ae* WPpol lOww helir ng

sOacM alunosaby Stesbe ese
.nby I tpo.. *1
kmt dH W.; ON"m


Whoa l yellereidelsky Isa s lasvgiw
w w 07lr4o Vw.r I mo ot but
"lia= oewr dot0e, I00 y mnusat fel
augthetkal to UiteUh living lasher
t Pt bBn bBa'Item pemfttd to tive,
by yoo r bill Ie aemh a blessing uw
S5vebepva l tourmerla bnaaaltt,"
41 10.1i
J.x l.lte r ,
:T- Mail Ae X baItslC..ewritesI
Bldi0.% "* 1 teWMIMMo"lyqnermra toI all rh
Spte l U u WaawtlaWU.,t te and a very
g opee ylespiedy g oil j etarrbhatl cowx
a i yeoido not d.rlo mpt and sttlo
a$.i fpte drmnlt.o a uofl PeruM,
.N.. : .. ...to 6 r. untman, giving a
ItIa @, T wo bp i rS..dt a ct.
sear s via w wetoye e w
1 M y AddlMes Dr. Hlarima, Presldent of
'aft gta. I g 1amt The iartatn Baaitarium,n Coluambai
SP t tf Fr Peeu aAalwa for 1iO.

y~r or Job Printing to


JOS. ZAPF, Jacksonville, Fla.
Wholesale Whisklet Imported Liquois, Ale, Stout
and I linger AIl, Imported and I)ounnetia \VWnnes amd
Mineral Watere, KiEto.
Alnhuser-BuIoh lS rs, Braught ad Settled
Albolute altisfaeliCtio paraiteed or money ohtrfully refunded.
Write for priete lit.
SAVE MONKY IIY OIDBllI'EINt (00104 I itOM! J()"l:11l zl.P.

OAlr hfr the romint Fall and Wintir a choele lot of budded anti grafted
I'CAN TREEK of thie standard varletie, surh as have a rkooN record Ibe.
lad tUem. Alie Fralla Ornmentals, Etc. Catalonue ani "'lulde to
aellfteAfl Pesa CUtlstre" fre. a I 1I a t
JAq. M. GRAAMu, Prenidoet 010, W. HI DI, Vloe-PreMdealt

orP GA.jLiis3s TXLLL^. 5,
apital.......................... ,000 001
Surplus and Undivided Profits... 25,00 0o
Oowes euldvely a DmlaplDai with, fhstitles equall to ay bea Is the Sta ,W
sWhe ta oflrn. MerbLuw. Corpoatloe. Inlatret sUow I loteiao rrawaone AU ib lume sie ro p Omli.

Retailers and Jobben rs

Staple and Fancy Groceries,


Strai, iairde See and Ferllzers.


Highest market price paid for Chickens. EWs and other Prdaeee
A Complete took o? Has. Corn, Oat, Flour, Brn, Meal, Cotton Seed Mi&,
and i.J. Wv handle only the VERY BEBT good a t the LOW.
I' PRrOU, and lSarantee u ettlfaeton always.

S. r . . .

Iii I I S=
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Si 0 the northwest part of Gainesville, situated iii the soutlipast corner of the prop-
Co on the hard road to North Gainesville, and ono block south of Steenlburg'a
good-sized residence lots and sold AT AUCTION on easy payments on

b, kuary 5, 190, at 9:30 a. m.N
-ri -J ILl- A--A --wAmA --m .LA _- _I L 1s .AL 1 ta *i, .

M 4lI. umly u lunn caY, anO me palace in nine monmtly payments wHl interest at ths rate of per ct per annu

the.al I reL cive a obanc e on it, whether or not they bid or buy. FREE C.RR.nI A ES TO ' E 8AUE
mi pply at 9: 0 a. m. on the morning of the sale, and will carry everyone who wishes to ., free o.f
;.b u ainesvlletin grote t ag every diy and property iW increasing in value each day, and t is poprto
r~:~It bound to; inoreade an soon, as it is dlvided and sold.

t Dayiad Date: Tharday, Janary 1905, at 9:80 a. ., and be on hand.

W~oz ~fuxz~tib-ez,


I!U- %4-- HOWNUS
lI:,l~r: 'HOUSE,



, FIaj

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be Made ,d pd
Proa Srvlce. r
,a'loogiovrnmnti 1 E
e*ed to th I I I
will and other O R I
i frM servio ,of
lately e( utalal
they prepare for
,iavinrl the house s
roprly aumiered,
il porled, I a---
e b the govern.
B dopartmelt feel$
the enElgance i

Sthey have r Mens Christ
M Tve s and Men' s Christi
thoilrulred to have I
Spotted and fthe a 1 there is ever a time when
i sonioered before au IOp)',-tte Christmas s lections, a
Sdlverir eill bo e are offering a complete stllI
will be compelled
who uoder~rrnde (at)tn'! Y win and nlmbriend. g rhts' Af Thr1mas gifts.
ly editor of The Sin. i
|l foroleveral year
to The Sun, and Chritmi
|Mmbeisd the eitl of
e aahbld tso liveIn. A chl"s lIlros. Hand-Tiilor- i
bjee., and if |e e. S.ilt, lae style, bet $12 to
quallt r........... ... 3..
exaenelon deo
F""may oeenre in- A Go o d Cashmere l
Suit, heavy weight -to
Here.. e r Cravenette 0over $0 to n
iiles blowers ix In coats .............
bee for the pat
their headquarters A splendid Overcoat, 52-inch
Mld exhibiting to the fine quality, $7.)50 to.......
i ted In the i ,e. Boys' Overcoats...... $3.50 to $7
llare experts in their '
io,. have arranged to
hbere in the opera Y('Ir patronage requested and a
- Interested In this
" eall and inspet theM A
t So remain lhere for A
I ali. Their work i. M A RL
~erful. and will no
Ui ts who s.e iI. Outfitter to Particular People.
ia llraX blower are
t profleient of work.rr
Iw but a short tlame. i I I.
ie ad as a result are .L a o, A
Sele*ent in every way. Ii the C(licullt (ourt. Eighth Judicial Ciroullt.
iry laiteresting, how- AlCtihua ( county. Florkua In UhaoIery.
.1 K. Wrlilit %i. Hattie Writht. -Ivorce. L
lior of the appreiation it ,i ei trlin ivy uaidvit ltawrne t tt Ihe hil
lOVe the beautiful iln i, tl l te ailb o've s atedl tuae that Huttie -

Paralysis. ieeie
SP. O. True, Texas, made
1f1b haa been suffering ;1,1.t
paralysli in her arl, reuar,
iaal to use Ballarnl 's 'ni in
whih eured her all re1e
1alo used it for old llill
liN anti skin crtultionlr. ir.Tbe
*ork." 25e. 5Oc, $1 (9. in malI
Johnson. ThiI
.l ea. i
Merchants Destroy the i I.
t in Georg- Town.
a.. De .30 FariPr
li of ':may etiitliY mrti InthL,
Fa atrl (I iii li-'. iiiald ;.ald,-i i..i
I hare of I \vr, n.illi e n ;batIl vt
!IA l(art was iltaile when IllI.d'll
ia mall of tihe cotton oll if1"il"l
r o lrrt (ialnes. r.: ,
heelit en det.rnilnied wlhilrel i e
They have decdeldil tI iiarulec
and are iaiovilig detePr '1.
0 Crowds ltsraadllr ad yells and rtliich S(pct\ ts il.l
Y. The other I t tlin% I
.r arereeady it "'li
S belea for the leefitll o: "',icitI
In ii iill
i.11till burning and the ex
.oerla(nl. ii
| lightened Horse.
mad down the street I i
*l pants. or a hundred
al .are every day occur- In ti,
l leertbody to have A14
li handy and cheru's nllin ,i
P ilt ate' alit
Baoklen't Arnica Salve. 111.dlli
a1r0M. r eeenCia and ilehf Ailen.
4lekly i nder ilt soothingll Ili11,
a dl f d toR tort-. pr.vi i

ioll re,
S it-1itt ,, l t l+Ulr J. "ndi'tir
7.were I t ilrow i(( II ltu H l i at'l, I
i hotna., nv- ilnil,a a l.ar oi l iixe l
*it lllle g irle wcira skatlnlg ii a;E
l o*') a hole lhat iaad been 'ln'hi
40 Ie for watering miock s vcl
0 ilaltss from their home. A"
k tuItIlti. ID nfnding the
r the le. olalpcl I eae i "

A Catly Mistake. W
ill'e Oni'tines very enll,- editih
filly life itself im tlhe jlritce I
b yt ou'll never l' wrong sendi
I.- King's New Iife 'ills nd!
4dl1zl1ues, hiaedacheh. -I-l. Leah
iabbles. They are gentle lantl
fti at all drugl tore. Oeoi
L I ,

it. the deftedlant therein tiilunile im u
nt of thilSle State of l.lorihta ad him, Itwe
t froum her home for mnore thaliI xtlt) dai)
illnI the tirder of thi l'ullieltiotor. ulia
e.utilllni herself %.o that ervlee cannot be
utiam her. and is over the ale of twenty-
ur: it I. therefore ordered that said
'-ldealrt ilefndunt he andil h 1 I hereby
ed to aiipeurW to tile 11il1 of Compilalt
i nald utisle on or liefore Mmndalv. the
y of Juiuantir, A. I) *ii.i, otherwie the
tlIonstii of ld 1ill will IiH taken us con-
tby aid defeladint.
further ordered thut tIll ordeair bie |ul-
once a week forf(ouiron-etlitive weeklts
tilittevrll!.e hun. ai Is t ei vaiaov er >lltliaheal
c1 ouny land Statu.
i4el uirlHr tml ll, I%1l
HU.t UDENTI Cerk f Irelilt ('lourt.
l\ S. IIf. \ iol'rq- 11 "
ti ioli" of *'iitiiinal
'er S. II. Wienteo D ,I)
. MASON. oilr for I'onsil t.
1111.1. I llIVOI t l'I;
I'lrcult Coiurt. Eighth Judlllual C'lrcult.
aillita I'otintiv. I lil.riull Ii t'hiunterv-
Ih Iluluiltolun ,. .\Ailre Ilatllulltonl It.
pe liriaia t a f r iriilia l it t ioiilel 1410 iIe ill
Ithr t'ilvle tiltedll iltaM' that Ailndrew
ltoi. tlie ild'fetr l.At Il erehtii anuiand. r lw a
it Of tle faital S i e of Foridla atll lis bMrele
i rllro hl hlile for toir',r Illm l .xty. lal%
lli4 tll.l O lter oa IullfrlllulOn. ana I- I
liltu htimielf -o t I itl .ertlo-e l lninni IH i
uiallli hii. mld i-s oiir thle ut eiot twentl- I
i-.lir. i It k till hll l ildalerel d that mI ltl
..tdelt ilefendant Ibe midh Iie 1 lairelil re-
it najilar Ie the Hill of c 'lllltlait tiled(
i*tILC ion il be-eltol Moitual .tllhe -ld day
luiaiy. A I) IAr u icther oi nthe millCaia-
ft tll hill ill li%% tak1 ii i i ji o i e-.1.. l l .t

Ill'(ik ll er : ot. Wlill
1a \ I n'llefIc t lC I "
til re u % tl t nll t H ill I N
llille ii' I NLt IN'C .htlerk

SfiiIi Ull 't Slul Viitl
Peri>< '4 I1I. W 141.1141

I r aO r t ll h IJI r t i lll t nir u lt
1,l1 %I let,% 1 X% Jitt IIr l l.lioe tt. r l 1
ale r iti AlI of rillu a it ill ti n l l It
I i'ethei44a S4 ua4, au It ti t-i at.. 1 i lull
Ii tle aInuerlli ill tI l ereo.tvice titannl Joti-
ti" aItfenallItilalil Ia(t Ir taiil Iu a reirl-
irolt hl. hllnie hr. nill e Itll il h" lt lit .-
ilir t aln lel l4ta t if r l a. ~ allin, I
>tl< hen lls. al nd o% to ll l l O ride O It %'
elilal il iii alr Itlu i iilalt'v t L' l to iKi ( illlt
hai it hi ehhai-ra.1h ira l itinla i. l that '16tlil
tPale t al efenlal tilat lie ai lliei I-. % t rehi'
tel la ainstear tont le 11111 of! Cao,,11ilai1ii111
i4f jilliatsil-.t '. i. i. i sl elritr vt'* a lhi-
lht lit it .5 lit h lill wi ll1h l i t. ek'll 0i 'V '
ia othi r l ereln l hil liti- lortile r lte lllln -
Itlla i i wtlw eek ftor ir r.aii liv; IltH lk 1
e tlailinae..a lil.a' 11i ii ti-i' l.aai-er nlAl.l3h,1il',
i llOUti tliiall o tiAlle
II. t' l'ti-J1% aS al. -i'll Il'l.*'vr it C-aarIl
hr l i. Wiotf o j ii o r II "
i.tliI 'il iN i-a a fi INr '1i ii.
i e'rr o. it, liilirl .f o I i i
I %oi~ l 't

Title is

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othi e r

and Economy in

mas Furnishings.

one wants the right kind of goods for ap.
nd at the right prices, it is at this season.l
k of desirable n ecessities. At the prices we
self a present and save money in the pur.

as Suggestions.
120 Boys' Suit, a fine selection of
up-to-date materitils, $1.50 to V

10 Men's Sweaturs, Boys' Sweaters, all
$18 A Howard Hat S3. All the latest
styles and shapes.
1i8 Florsheim Shoes, Heywood Shoes,
Monarch Khirts, Fine Ties, Stiok
7.50 Pins, Men's Jewelry, Etc.




"T The t ffallon Title a firt f ,sl crt l fo f" r. f"f
what you pay for when you buy land; therefore
know what you are buying.

es ordinarily invisible correctly revealed to you by ..

iachna County Abstract G ompay,
3-a.iTLes-vrille, Vlorida.


The Montezuma Hotel

On the A. C. L. and S. A. L. Rye. V. J. SHIPMAN, Proprietor
None Better in the State at $2 a Day. Porters
Meet all Trains.

Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company
Time Table in *efeot July 5. 100.

No. ,

7 45

H 15

9 45
H aii

Ii 15
* 46 i
11 RS
12 410
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Baking Powder

Saves Health

The useof Royal Baking Powder is
essential to the healhfulness of the
family food.
Yeast fements the food.
Alum baking powders are injurious.

Royal Baking Powder saves health.



Vlt G aI 1rid ntelt at Oath.
id b .y Our Bptn.

SH Happened and What Is Going
1 0rappen Told in hort Paragraphs
i Tha "He Who Rune May Read"
IlhsThe Sun.
El -er with Cashman Hill.
aS, eents a quart. Sunders
ioe eottaSe for sale in East (iines.
Hile. Dr. B. I.artigue.
Smolnsono's Wonderful Salve for sale
I W. MoCollum A Co.
i tIae new Florida Syrup, 0 cents al
alla. S aunders & Earle.
SlB.0 Parker of Loehloosa was moung
6 visitors to this city yesterday.
Se,,ven-room cottage for rent, West
Maln St., N. Apply to W. R. Thomas.
Alex Beckman of Windsor was
amlnag the visitor to the county cap.
-l yeiterdayr
.Am going to Cuba early in January.
Want to g? Write J. 0( Andrews.
Oipanville. daw Iw.
Master Charlie Nixon. son of Rev
adW Mrs. T..1. Nixon, is spending a few
days with friends at Ocala.
SWanted-Three or four furnished
'Nlu for light houseketrping Ad-
F '0 1P. O.B ox 32, city 't
IMrs.. H. Alderman and Miss Celia
Jason have returned from a delight.
d visit to friends at Melrose.
MI. J., Brinson and child departed
i"terday for Mceintosh. where they
upend a few days with relatives.
T., 8Stringfellow. formerly of this
Sbt now of .lpeksonville. was reg-
rIeed at the Brown House yester-

Mis Mamie Kineny of Reddick, after
l teant vlit to Mrs. I. F. DuPree
itil M. J. Granger, returned to
6 home yesterday.
,Our labor contract save possible loss
e0m advances to employes; fifty or
L O at three cents each; $2 per hun.
d, eash with order. tf.

lahusr with CashIman H1ill
Sauer Kraut in bulk. Saunders &
Evans Halle has returned from a
brief professional vislt to Starke.
John Videon of Araher was moog
the visitors to Oainesvillle yesterday.
.1. B. Kennard of Waldo was among
the businea visitors to the county
capital yesterday.
W. T. Chestnut, the merchant of
Arredondo, was transacting business
In this aity yesterday.
W. 8. Roberts of Larosse and t. W.
Knight of Newberry were visitors to
Oaineoville yesterday.
Wanted.-Regular boarders at
Pearee Houne. Excellent meals, elee
trio light. New management. St.
Dr DeVere B. Morris ha returned
from Macon, (Is.. where he has been
for the past few days spending a vadc.
T. W. Shands of tlter Oreek, one of
the most extensive naval stores opera.
tors in the State. Is spendio a short
time with his family here.
Mrs. C. A. Williams of Wauehula
was in the city yesterday. She was en
route home from Fort White, where
she has been on a visit to relatives,
We want 100.000 pounds of sOrap
iron. 6.000 pounds of scrap bras.. W11
pay the highest price. Bring us your
Prrap iron and brano Gainesville
Fousdry and Machine Works, Gaines.
ville, Fla. dim
Robert Adams. for many years a
resident of this city, has accepted a
position as cashier at the Oeala House.
He has many friends among the trav-
eling fraternity of the State. who will
be pleased to know that' he is now con-
nected with this popular hostelry.
W. B. Anderson again carried his
little son to Jacksonville yesterday for
further treatment by an eye spei allet.
It will be remembered that the child's
eye was injured by an exploding tor-
pedo, and it was thought that it would
lose one eye entirely, but it is believed
that he will recover his sight.
Joh li B. Itell ad .1, W. I'atton have
returned home from the vicinity of the
Devil's Millhopper. where they have
been for the past day or two surveying
property of Col. Dell. This property
includes a number of acres of the finest
and most fertile land of the county,
and which will pay the owner well.

For Sale-New Wheeler & Wilson .-..
eJSa machine, f. o b. factory or
naAville. Apply at this ofale or READ THIS
Liberty street, dwtf
. L A. Ibuncan of Lake Butler. a Mobile, Ala. Dec. 24. 1890.
ilmilnent hotel arid business man of lr. E. W. Hall, St. louis, Mo,-Dear
I progressive town, was transactin Sir: Having tried different doctors
'lnaesu in this city yesterday. and their remedies for several years
SH. Helog of i el y, a e. for back and kidney troubles, I found
'. er he firm of lIerlog y, A mln- nothing successful until taking The
is nanufaeturerl, wongtrC, alumtg Texas Wonder. Hall's (ireat D)icov.
*r manufacturerswas trad acting yry, ad, being rapidly cured, the old
Wianes0 In this city yesterday. saying with railroad men is, "I(;od
SMn. H. E. ay and son iGaston of bless the man who invented the Pull.
nOville are spending a short time nbn sle the in enar b I say, Te
guestnvilie tles.i the iventrfHt all a Texal
Sas the guests of friend. They Wonder." Yours truly.
WM formerly residents of (iainesville, Wl. B. CIr.At,
5lt numerous friends are glad to see M & o. It. Co., Mobile. Ala.
te again. --"
Alter avisit to friends and relatives A TEXAS WONDER.
ithis city Mrs Ii. W. lard hIa re- Otie small bottle of the Texas Won-
dto her home in South ('arolina. der, IHall's treat Discovery, oure all
)0 al ister of Mrs. J. T. McMillan. kidney and bladder troubles, removes
t spent the greater Iart of the time gravel, cure diabetes. seminal emis-
aerguest sions. weak and lane baok, rbeuma-.
itis. e m and all Irregularities of the kid.
l. and Mrs, Orswell. wh for the aey and, bladder in both men and
Y ear have been residing on the women, regulates bladder troubles in
took player unninghall I l children. If not sold by your druggist,
will be sent by mail on reeeipt of $1,
S to make their departure today One small bottle is two months' treat.
iasoville, where they will make ment and seldom falls to perfect a
future home. cure. Dr. Ernest W. Hall, sola maua*
S, faatorer, P. O. box i3, St. Louis, Mo.
w Sead for tstimonials. Sold by all
--W-j !eBI P AI d-retgi '. .

laIere wiUth Casai a i&Hll.
J. D. Osthrio of Newbtmrry owas lls
among the Visitors to this city yelerr.
dy. D
C, P. Svix sr, elitor of O w .t riAnpti
originals thlvi. Ti-e Itijeii Sj r, ,i
Hornet, w :A ti:* le d'y yt<,,.rday. -A-l-
II. I. ToninKntSt. >l> rllleticit cou-
politor of Arcmlit, hatit e mce|ti-dt H TTTT
sition in thiu mehaticvtl (d|partuse'r |
of Ti e S'1., Mr. Tomslinsi0,i cuit.. e1 i
well recomiiinded. A in it is hoped he'
will be well plraird with his new "ilt;. h
Marshal Plnkeltn ryes er l'y ran. A n a I
tioned off a yellow yearliini, properly i J
by legal rigtit of the limhid<. the city
having furnlhed the yearlingR vwlh Ho day
hoard aid lodging lthe pat few dayr. t very
The animal was si d to John Manning
for $.30, ie beWi g the highest bidder. T1,,L,- I 1

Horace (liddings, after a hliof visit
here, returned to Atlanta Thirsday.
Horace's numerous friends here were
glad to learn tnat he held a lucrative
position with Armour & Co., anrl ,thl
he was prospering. He ease here on
amount of the Illness of his fat her, and
left him greatly improved.
Major C. Dunn of Windior was a vis.
Itor to (tilineville yesterday and made
The Sun an agreeable eall. The Major
has just returned from Tampa, whero
be has been on a visit to his daughter.
He states that he doed not appreelate
the virtue of Taepa water, and that
he will be satieled to remain in old
Alsahua for the balsane of his dy s.
Ladles of Galnesvmlie.
I am latrodueg n ol ourr retty e
the famoal Hole r Shoudr B r
and Oomblnatlen a lArt Supporter, a
twentieth oentryr aabstltuto for Ith
orest. It not. onl -imre a litheand
fraleful fiare, but Liae deep breath,
Inn, w abih Is o sondualve to bright
r0, a clear Oomplexion and a long
lf. It givea m en th la ofa
military hbool. It prevent the
emotherlnr of the lunn iu growing
boy and girls. Ms E. Trigg, i0ty'.
Agent wanted. dSt.

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SHoliday Sale.
Continues with unabated interest.
The crowds continue to throng our
store front early morning til late
at night, taking advantage df the
great bargain that are to be found
from one end of our mammoth tor
to the other.
Th' people know a good thing
when they see it and our goods and
prices speak for themselves.

Never before was there
such an opportunity for
shoppers to secure their
holiday goods. For the
next weeke w expect to
paint the town RED.

100 sacks, 100 pounds
to sack, good white Rice.
a little broken, at $2 75
per sack. Turkey and
rice is mighty good.

2,000 pounds of the
best 10aud 0: Candy in
the United States. The
20c Candy .is as good as
the best.

Just received an im.
mense line of Round.
tree's Trunks. Bags and
Suit Casms-suitabil for
holiday gifts.

No matter what you need, just
come to the New York Itacket and
we ill suit you. We sell for caah
at Racket prices.

Remember our Furniture Depart-
ment. The prettiest goods and the

Pflifer IRCoe S,
Phifers Corner N

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sY sTroi r:"
IKg Lila oer

i Goods

mlase sad ('Ilrelr..

Rugs -.,
The bitr*r and beet line of Rle
in EuI Florida. Some heuaIe
JIet suited for a ChOrIstms gift
r for fr our own boate..

Dr. COlarnee Stro, i depe r
esIterday for Dever, Oolo.:wi; : I
was called to aaiet in a er d rVl f
ieetDag of the ehumnh o that a(l .
weihr, but will b bie ba psaap
uhe toeg athe guett aBibe ofa
ease e bmruary 5. D/. 8trneaa
use of the great **s ad met aaied'
f4 pmrahen andd aeeall.P e liits
country, aad Galenilll ii proad
himWo o ,A1
Klau I 'Ihorne Haspo qes.Q
inue Riehards. aimie Wilahs ae4 t
Aaobr of Miehigpn. whols hbeall
oaust of Ml W.060, isad ( ,
re heart odl sea.i a
lrds, Ar,. Allen (Grabm. eR a
or and Harry Wileo: harve ra
rom Early Bird, where theyhav sbap
on a homee party leadeled b OapQ
sad Mrs J. B. Wleia la holer of i.
oaots. The oiseeon wa del htlII
ipent, ad thoe who were e for~g
sate a to be p atme l will lopg rale.
nr the pleisant event.
My New Year Ieselotlon.
Resolved, That on ant4 Iata s1a
ary 3, L.0oa all tms troa bkold
bheksL or tiieta will be rqilWl-d ,
a aim oen pam rahasaln bread er l
All bread ehlred on book will be
cnts a losf stralght. cad there wi|S
sHitively be no deviation ftoan i
resolotlon. This does not effe utere
sheet, restaurants and hotels. I. .
k' Ctrun. at
To the Public. The Diamond t
3o. having Just been inorporf
rill, on January las, 190I. 0 s ,
he old partnership of Strinfe
ros. & Aivlnaton, taklia on a
ets an operate Ithe fatory for t
bnefltof the stuckholders. All s.
ounta must be settled on or before
that time, as an entierly new at of
book will be opened, %ad all pirenas
of the old company are reqloestd to
all at ones and settle sheair eoaat.
No new aeouont will be opened' witl
ersona who have failed toeeale their
ild accounts. Yours trIly,
T. B. 8(lSaNraLunOw
R. L. I hlttornUtw,
H. B. Ltmrosrox.
Gainesville, a., Dee, 8, 10.


Undertak Co.

Funeral Directors and
Licensed Emrbalners
Manuflaturenr of Abd Deolerani
Pleture Frame, rWbber Jtamrp, Art
Ueeds., Upaetory. Eastmaar Ke
dak, Camwias, &sad e tra
pklro' Sfepptl
Orden by Telekraph or Telbosee
will rewee prompt atteutla.


Alachua Pool Parlors,
C. ureos Proprieter.

LIeated in the Pourter Bloek, south
side square. Three irnnt-clas tbles.
Good light, and prompt and oawrteou
service. The public is e6rdially lanvi
sad alJways welcome.




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