Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[-1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
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).

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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002027051 ( AlephBibNum )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )
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Related Items

Related Item:
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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22. 1895

S Awarded The Plant System will. sell -tickets C.jl. V. J. Shipman, formerly the I
Highest lons- World's Fair, for Suwannee Springs today -for $2i efficient receiver of th U. S. land
DR.' >round trip. 'ood to return next office in this city, is doing a nice busi-
DIP-day. The -time of leaving this city is ness at his old home in Lawtey. He
S -3:10p. im. has a well selected stock of general!
ounty court will convene on the r merchandise, is railroad and express
'2nd of July. The criminal docket agnt and made a nice little sum f
Swill be small owing- to there having his strawberry crop. The Colonel's
been many cases disposed of d during Gainesville friends are pleased to hear
the v-acatio. of his success and hope for only pros-
-. perity and happiness for him and his"
STe- Gainesville and Gulf railroad is du..:inZ his future life.
.now; completed to- Smoky Hollow. I ,
-.., x..uth :..f Li_ v.- ..n,,n -i Some-tilme Zo i was taken sick with
seven miles south* of Lake Simonton. cram, in-th stomach, followed by
SA force of men are still at work ex--_ diarrhea. I took a couple of doses ofI
tending- the line. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and was imme-
Marshal Davies has one of the pret- diaely relieved. I consider it the
tiest tomatoes -we .ever beheld. It -s best medicine in the market for all
MOST -PERFECT MADE. called the peach tomato, and resem- uch complaints. I have sold the
A Apme Gapeream of TartarPowde. Free bes a peach very closely. He -has remedy toothers and every one who i
rntpnoaia, Amm ltin hisr aoardny. i. i t speaks hghly'. of it- J. W
40. Y.-- f- ]plants in his yard- .- TRILCKLER. V-alleyv Center, Cal. For
40 YEARS TH f STANDARD.- . ,.- , 'atl'? bv all druggists and medicine
*_ __ -. "_ "_ __ _- .__Havin, used Chamberlin's- ouh all druist nd medicine
Remedy in-my family and found it to
B OTF _.I! All) .Cft~~VI bV.e a first class article, I take pleasure If Alachua county purposes to be
BI-VUm i i ABn recommending it to my friends. .on
.-.V. FOSTEm, Westport Cal. For salep..... .a t A e- ost

pleted the assessment of propert fo ter and towhom the people o this
g Ithe eo'unty. When the board of coun- unty are indebted for beinf repre-s
SitsfP#t snazd BG^p -tl erffd on-the t y tconimissioners meet dn July 2nd the snted at every exposition of any im-
ot"eT-flppt hmls a ape A a di books will be ready for their inspec- p )rtance. have the nuleus for an in-
CURB .- -tion EV EN terestinpr exhibit. With a few hun-
d THE .SUN is under obliations to C. dred dollars and some one to collct-
R, ead- Jos. Manasse's new advertise- A. Dunn, manager.of the DeSoto Hotel- and arrange the exhibit, Alachua
meiat. in Tampa, for the hospitable manner could be represented at the Atlanta
Bananas atvonrown prices at Glick- in which he treated our representative exposition in a manner that' would re-
maSs. whi]e in Tampa Wednesday and fleet credit upon us as a people, tadver-
D.G- Harvard of Arredondo was ina s Thursday. ;y. r e teof the es of the county, and
the city Friday. E. C. Chittv of Micanopy reports attract hundreds of settlers to our
:Mi-T.Luc Lancaster is theguestof that many horses are dying with blind mdt- Everyone having the interests
c- ?of. the county at -heart should con-
fren in Ar Istaggers, or some other disease. eManer ep 0 u
friend i he. are of the opinion that the disease is tib towards n the u
Prof. J. W. Widemin has returned not blind staggers, but some kind of properlvY represented at this great in-
from Tailasse. blood poison. trnaetional exposition.
TT. M Kirby of .Tonesville was in Mrs J. R. Faircloth, Miss Elma a
tlhi ett aerdaf e e An rEsteemed La ty Deia<
D.e G.y ye aroyf w i- ThCrawford and Lillian Crawford of at

Portable house for sale. Pedriek &-
Smith- dljun-l7 --
Capt.-W. A. She-eld of Alazhua
was inthe city yesterday!. .
JL. J. Mixs3an & x., agents Ocala
steam laundry Frown House block.
.-Mr. and Mrs. Cheeves of Waldo re-
turedz from Tampa yesterday.
Ben Ickinon, formerly -of Gaines-
vile, but now of Dotlhan -Ala., is in
SMrs W. S. Milene and Mrs. W. F-
-Ric f Arredondo were in the .city

Dothain, A la-; are visiting the former's Mrs. J. W. Williams dd at her
sister, Mrs. W. H--Davis. They were home in East Gainesville this morning :
all former residents. of Gainesville and at 12:1.5.
have many friends here. She has been seriously itl for several
Sealed bids will be received by the w;-eks.
undersined until 12 o'clock m.. July She leaves a loving husband, one
SI1895, for the erection of school S
buildings at Cow Creek and- Stanley. child; and many friends to mourn her
P!ans and specifications can be seen at demise.-
my -office. The right reserved to re- -
jeet any and all bids. W.W- M. HOL- The funeral services will take place,
LOWAY, Co. Supt. Sch ools. 12dawt at I p. m. today at the Presbyterian!
Rev. G. W. Gilmour of Gainesville church. A special invitation is ex-
conducted Episcopal services at the tended to all friends ani acquaiutan
Baptist church Sunday morning and
evening. Mr. Gilmour's sermons were .

T RITBY toe shoes in all the
latest patterns hi stock.
They are the sensation of
the times. -
r IGHTLY or not, she is
S.;aid to. ave pos5seti*l a".
1 very beautiful shaped foot.
IN these diva need have
illfoottinig feet wear.

L EAVE the fitting-of the ftet
Sto ourexperienced sales peo-
ple, the result will
E entirely satisfactory We
are aware that some lailies
do not like to be fitted in
-the store.
Y ET this is by far the better
wav; it saves them trouble
and the. entire stock iS at
their disposal.

WVe Aim



A Red Hot Question for Our Competitors.





money is close, we will make prices
closer and help you out.

We are Goin to Sell Spring Goods by the

O Power oft Irresistible Prices,

SOlur prices are not laid low by dull trade, but made

,-- low to make trade.
to fit _



BARGAIN&SMen's and Boy's Clothing,
e nP Fl tI ?J

Hats, and Gent's Furnishing Goods.

SThese goods are of the best qualities antd truest values
of improved manufacture. Price alone
doesn't make goods cheap. :It requires
a combination of low prices and
high grade to d o it.
Our low prices are an every day affair 'and f r
everybody. Our line qualities and new styles on
exhiibitionl everl day.



SBoys and Youths


s, Oils, 'Farming

g anl Tiinntxg a- Seiialty.
- Gainesvillc. Fla.

i & loan ksocition,
tary. W .C RTH. THO Tr-;. T reur.
L A. TAHRA..H ERLe erai o1uwS-._
hrrot fw tthse Iwho Invest,

IIf-PEfiSt r_ S-IIII.

HSAN, General Manager.

,achu a C county
- -_ V fu iD1A.




IN S....
Call on us this week and
we will surprise you.

Capt. G. W. Avery. the vegetable fraught with sound logic and well The remains wit ce interred at the I e -
king^ o .y t ea worded sentenemes.--High Springs Sen- the family cemetery at Archer. __" '.'n.___ .---,,,--
k tiangofthe Evinston section, was in ^ r.-
towum yesterday. a
tow .. Riyes a family Miss Dillie Duke, eldest daughter of A Remnarkable Cure of -eurna:im. J I I 1
Wr- r.-and -SMrs S. V. CDuke. MentIrtained M ESTiISTEN CFaL._ March 21- _____.
Tr aree guess her friends last night. Danc-ing was- 194i.-Some time ao. on awakeningL o -
-- .n.. o-ye -, _- emj oy until -a late hour, and the one ring. I found tha I had rheu-.
I : B e- matism. in my knee so -badIy thaat as I
J,'. bett left yesterday guests spent a most delightful even-mard my knife it ould bth im-I- .
g El-gant sehm well cvsi rerekd to my wife, it would be im f I IFOi TQ
Swreshe ll it l- ig.. elegant refreshments- were possible for me to attend to business r
-. e A nd Wfien- served. that day. Remembering that I bad OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. L
- some of Chamberlain's Pain Balm in an
Ms. Dr.. Teiril of Virginia is visit- There -is a- general complaint that my store I sentfor a bottle, and rubbed AlSO I BGalvaniXeZ and-:. In ICirn-t
inhparen ts-l;Iidse and Mr. Those. the pressure from the waterworks dur- the affected parts thoroughly with it.' -
.n of-ta'ty- ing the afternoon-is insuffieiet to e c din to directions, andwithin an he II"'5 SHOE
... . hour I was completely relieved. One! i
i Sings will soon hold an eec- able property owners to freely sprinkle pu ti copnle the business. It n Copperwork
gsB pli atiin haon hdoneod ne -in- arr-w
tin-for city offers. Poitics- ae get- their. otS- Supt. Drake would alplease on thet -
- tin wA in th"t a several ladies, particularly, if he would and I sell it under a positive guaran- A I RL
Shave the pressure increased from 5 7 tee.- P T.-HARRI. For sale by all Done on short notice. -
Alworden the gentlemanly -I druggists and medicine dealers. Wholele and i
V- of the Jacteonville Beer and M.- A --- All work guaranteed. TiCn! Tinware P
Co.,iin ecy. Geo- W. Bishop, the snake- N OTICE. roof tters leaders s inware, ai
S- Charmer who was in this city last win- I I want every man and woman in the Unit: roof, letters, leadeCrs
There areonly two schools n the selling Bishop's Life o Leather, lowtatinterestdihepiumand i toest prices and best! Tools, Barbe<
.aprhent. Th re habits to have one of my books on these dis-- :I
^^^t^ -ty-~ ^^^^^ -^~^Jy-_ a iis repot- dead. The Philadelphia Addn B. '-M LLET. .,,,t..E. material: On,- -Vpatical1r_" -i A Atlanta'
FTkland a Cherry Sink. Press of a recent date contai-ns an ac-i Ga.Box -at, and one will I.tb ent you free. n l "c ic
MfIt--" of Atlanta :former- I count 'of his death under date of er plumber in tow Phlmi
lyof Grc isthe aetof Miss May Franfort, Va. This is the ond COLFAX REBEKAH LODGE No. 2. iil f any des cription i Ammunition an ill
SaummetAt gh Springs. time he has been reported killed by a I O. 0. F.. t on the second rid done int .te best ,-anitarv n W'Pumbi
S.MH. Benjamin, senior memberof rattlesnake fourth Friday nigh at d i30 inoeMaoi-nn tr tha i tubi qins e
Gaesilewlli rida at i on-manner. Bath tubs. sinks,
the firn- of S. H_ Benjamin & Co. Gaiaesvil 4will Oon be on themain i HaiL Visiting brothers and aid-tel rs -
Micaopv, was .in the city Frida. line of the Plant system from Savan- .elcomed. M. E. Robinson. N. boilers, hot and cOdntieta linal Buia di
.. Wi" w Taso a ne mpa. We have- it from a G- Robt. M it' y.eit. terda._ He repot* that the ..--very reliable source that work- will be GAINESVILLE LoDi;E No. 41. F. rt o r i
teo- : , , commenced on the short cut- from A meets on the sK--nd and fourth cest bef rec 1 Oin iF GAINESVILLE,
druth doing much damage ieille to Evinstonin two months,. Wednesday at 7A :-,. -n.. in Ma.-,.nic e. w. H P t-.LD'. tcr&-
Drggists say that their sales of iA ptatof the country has beendrawn, Hall. Visiting brother, welcotncd- -. .M. ACKERMAN. V:ie-Pr,-.- l ; Mgr. T1
Hood's Sarsaparilla exe"d -those of as well as plans and speeinications for' A. M. C-U.ihman.. M.. RWt. Me- L). MAYFIELI) & (1 t)._- [r S iS ,o
allouther. Thepe is no substitute for the trestle across the Prairie. Cleilan. S'retarv. Net dotr i Baptist Church.: Sa fo h
Hood's. Business men_ and others interested -- -.- Ci t a, l i' ltX-r h.
Mi.ssN W r-na dmU^ M:in having Alachua county represented E-"otd na"urir So and '; nath.I
Rafe ar-- at their eAeh -ast Urmond. at the Adanta ex sition ar-e ruequte liiI SdI.
They will r-tmain there during the to meet at-the cocanii chamber at -4 : i rite for r u and;.
stammer. p.- m. Tuesday, June 25th. The time l wted. C. M. A(KEWR
Mrs. V V. Wuh f- o LeCit -r- n which to prepare an exhibit i 1e
-trnld o terIauh. aof-er hvin ra -o ^ to a c ."io. but our< uo? a h:.. .... |p|||f -n.. 1..
spent i -di with reative in rt )ld Alaeh Can. -_ a Vamt- afirUe fl t r .r 1-3 Lv- tk |uu|t| f'Uk-
ihiscitv. shsw, g. t inemni:r the dat- u-a- rwd d. HA--v. Y'r BE-E.N A EA\i'Pi: Havi A-I
S- ". Aand on hand. -G. ROBIyYOX.i ba .r] in ihe har,. ,,f Honest Dry (;,.- 'ah^ [!,*-- Abt
The many frien-d of -t.-. and MrJ. H. M E atr oortu la i i.. i a- Only Abstrac Offce nm A
-T. -Mcmila arplas -p to ktWow tha: your frir d a- -iL AiN-V$j.I. .: : -
they are again permanent resident o i -Th tec-hers of this coun.r and ai _.
4 ainesvile.l-. gradai of the Seminry who c,-: 4 pieces white muslin. hemstitched. 1- in. wide. t i npo.rt o,..r =
a--J.' ad-Jo--ire can atted the el-as s iie and ... -tr
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