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:
32994415 ( OCLC )
002027051 ( AlephBibNum )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )

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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WASHINGTON. -June .-Mr.. IL WhiCh b the mpe Lo0 Confidence Fner Andkerferhs coition was the i2 ic f i t
Liu-e aeyoug Washingtoniam who mume -o what o. generally known as v e' -- whenriaee -e

neor sotimepast. and w -'sold to an Englih syndicate for con eft
S--ected -with the irm of Brooks &Co., o3-u-. -6 ._ ._ -jImportant chane about 12 -oc(N -a ;"- ... -a ghes-,.-
_Santiago sugar- raiders, his justr inor Brie whon he showed evidence o t -o. o -f--:
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#-r-orrespondent of the.Cizn Mr. yo at -ti seaon rvig wh
Ce- I o aul p t ion the C M lg -which afflicts you at this aeaon. Mrs. Irin, -ho ba.nred n; emdisig t _Ty Mio ... fo the pastd. dew aysIa&"
'--Te blood rvuo comen r ismpure and has beco-me cared for Anderfer since he -SbroungBtl- E "esio" a atnr Seiale r,.ia whili eis en b n eqi te k

61-h revolution.. -. co m ne - re" thi and por Tha is wen y. Tr .. .. aFa-Dr o e eR,-
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no-t n r t .S aa u nw ealo s strength no c.iot-.eep .ming consciousness, when ,.An f V -..,-,o-. change. '
-entirely to the half of the island lying IPr- ify your blood with Hood Sarsa- -a- few words about 12 lok. .. .
:--.--i our dietin Th MIM Nun -O e "a'io by "4' -. .. . thr eem n er
il: our di tion The - .OlI .et.o-ontaja pariila, whi.- h will ogie you an appe-I s d e S rew.r a 'd t Is l ... In lf .e ...
omr-ethe indde and lower c... te, tone your omch, and "r tinvecldgtor- .. lr "ho t tt"vWi- -

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,intiror- and was recoegtnized -by Anderfer.wo b-asebllatthe ] park tt e ..e .. oe
Sof Cuban. The .we a great-any ate your nerves .gae_-nofhe -ba febal a. th ta e rk- -'-". .. E
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-negroes among them,:4 but then rIae A -etween the Oak walrLu e ,h- ian
d~risactions are not drawn as closely HOOD'SPILLS are easy to take, easy head as a sign of recognition.. } ba eall team w on1t Fa of the p n
.- ... here . e...a. -n at re4 eff t 25c. iall when thereporter asked hm 1teo:ie .t- "esever played on the tu n t t e t d' a fr.c sh th iat
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oIg g .el ym pat hz Th onK TuR^ coINT. -Tif he was experieino pin e nod Both teahehad hwll s.. m, Lz
V l^^,, tIo fathe ran that thos ..a_ _n the affirmati re and said, nye, r darand the-game throughout ... a r lr wi. h t.. a
.r-,--. - b us e s- I- .u --es Anderfer ir-a
Raithain Than Ride Out of Towna on a Rail, After se-eral minutes ;ww ebaracterized by several wld sex and e d n
I* e T-wk The First Twain. aske -d what was the matter whimt
fu~ thes~m enormoustaxaltion, that 4It.
B nat ow te utrgeus ~SC. June 27j' --ol and made no reply, but shut hiev T game w caled promptly there atre many h
-f~ t Ie SpJohn J. Darin, a,-papulist editor and as if in dee studi' The iartpoer wion hia but epeciallvwa there -
a._o- taxation wh. Spain has --P .. e Pnn 3- with, .ad ..o _t t The m e
poin Vhe Ttisim the -ohofe agitator of Sumterr S.C.,hb preches then inquired why he had -*fired his V was retired in a h T Meon a tediy oi f f cv
-up"i their hthf --wol the e was akmade
1negro equality, and 'is attempting tot, pistol the other nig-ht. He rephed~ n othe as e a

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-"~jIV Pell negro..-z to making an 46001 .. a t t " a -on- n.T .... ro. sheenih
iea- o -.eto control the onstituti^nal conven-1 This remark ws foelwed In the nt ining Madison tied tIe o, heohe- hae n
tion ."ws i Ed-gefleld, S. C. today tinned silence, afterwrhich he asoedif and hth-e .d ened by the vist of a few deaicae ]
E for th te iupose of making a ls .etter er-ed in an ofial envelope o t ar._, seoreo -- showers. ____ 1.

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k- -m i n offcieal-

:---.:-- EtB m L.'A com itte e-Lete-a i h. ... wa answre in the negative, hen, th f obeurth inni-gt disonaisted Waabies fr s.h ng Ph h c.ita-ss
espi~~~The goote.akbg

pi^yai>lke a r.eruml 1 {the ocore one, which mad tSii o -
^ *---- .. -"-epwl djj no m mew tim.0.- Bfe repied-4sie. l H. .then proo &d .i.. the i stand fo-r-t -thre in faor of "kdi4 S S Th- i -nodauthot-r- "^y Thtey u. oitl^ad ehig f tniosdng story in a disconnected J...a.-_l lcame to J-frthe-repaymendttn othdoble mini-'
-- -- ',e --. -bIleIae~sene^h0.-w o d beene<- tat ohen Gainei l ean et h tae ia t m tm L ez. erroneousl reqpair, d
odut-_iti- o e'Jito.non r-and meet & man; p. seen him'y_. o3ien was the the willow.. nder a desert land entry o naeer

--'w T- J k it-wold. bep leasanter toand was ^ hom. When It gt-ai hot,~A 9 -Aedldid oa ucl sfratawe ado nvriywsfloe ~svrlohr n

i I-ah{Wnistr street al m o take es with goo ht man errors of the-sa ShTn-MENT CAIMnl
p.^Bre^^S~^a "- .~~r -'f. which crosse the lo I took my pISIoI viiting team seven runs were piled iitik settlement claim wai ifiotsct
^^i~laA&^tohas^ hahea I sch claim ^maaist theab^ 1
lab-: -" nkf_- i t thi s Mr= G.. --_:,...v__ ._.. : :. -(1i-o net ". !H'ret;-- .... in y g t-han ,.as" il]- - " i

-n i th plean- Tey a -e eravill In., s -T -s....owe. o. s..eral occasions a n the fh Gainesville five to entry otM a th rhen such notie ia
weIl it will tmost pow- Ne Discoery I mif w t had w lion nothing supported y actualed

eful; l in their struggle, taen with La Grippe and tried all -etoly crossed the lnt]G viliw, n ade fou UJ)l contiguous l j
-t oin$ .a i. on th -. physicans for mles about, b-t of .onfden t that I was al ri.,ght,, ad '
i.-- o t in-- . ... co.l no l. Hav. . Kitnor i n a - c t w _-
for hodngtedama

the ..- ee .lJ Te wl tn mA. Pe t i my ta m te p when ThYe lis t.e iin o t gm
'were-hen b-es- o... te anme, the rail. e
chan-e-i-thlehot n_- period 3gn a f m ent a was attacked from he e ier .ide doin fine work. nogh done within the - boundary
hee *hr
.ele T wr nd birndse began to get better, and |g behind by ah lare nero who pi-ioned phims~a tn-t -e be ad scsy- -
e_.elo.t.a th-iier t te e wals. u a my farm tomsid A te OK.HAL. Land containing stote j s .aluabe for

again got his worth itsy weights of

We^~ r GBaa wonIt kepstor orh itihouse 11Tup looked at me and said:! b------AR H H P0 A | making lime cannot be entered as -a
s:s~~~mi ^^tusbed IheYe~olgeu.p:: 6 J J Jlode claim..
--u ittin hywre marion without it." sert aun were tra tXVp.j'ha'hlanweat. h erodi

? ^HB. Tey Wahle's drug st01ea i then grabbedme by the collar and, beearn' r3 1 - 6 j Such land may be entered as a
-- bk g aimfa o x ir gz ,x. putting his knee to my- bask, pulled r : 5 2 1 4 1 claihiL
1- my shoulders back anad was about nto :I 1 i 1 1 t-o Atkcia.- CeCt-
wemu . ., .ullo. -t t_ fie t Od Lihe.hitefian tsaid D ntdo -
~s. JeT.-Lwghta gt something that will do the job as- 3 110 ae inG umteso a

"Thsfirg-teapUi~Wgpoihtgr manz s~nk and set fire to two houses better.' Ii the feit soehn -cath NAt SO codto toay Hej01"0'y continue to
owwpep ltheir- OwB. It U in a terrific thunder squall this afta Most New
mylfthndad hn a hit inn the.d al _uri'.-tW remainder----- of the' gamgoea~n

m We t jBf irgue w.'.. than noon anu p neck with something. when the negro -Grkipspn.eb-------t S i the Baby i- tii Teeth. (
'thin^ele. -They do not eek nor wil a bracelet off a lady's arm and light- ipnuled me back. I then had a chance i n^eyhfl : - ', i ;< sure and use that old and weHi- s^
the&y be allowed to be drawn into a !iin an oil store. The first house: p- ZIyuvatol, an i o cuahri 1 4 ? Bre c ed.M~ lyi~' ~~h
Spitcedl buirtl They will make a rai tnk^ta of G. M. Wrifrht. to pul ye ist'u oaa iyfthe did 50.1ould S~ih. ~ .'..'." 4 .i l' 0 tried emy.u Mor i-ld.a W in*iu< ^.I
on a OB town, andn when troops are Ient the anwere righ, notaset oyar h em Ie d J 0 J 4 g Syrt p fh r c hl dr'n tef t hing It
-he I.. e- ~.--------- thw~l.sf~n h:~
w-here fraks -TCIl notd raf mye ar31"nno-. re
_f -. Ea f
a-re them they- dore allng thf tan tow

m oa tct body was injured nor wa the ho- three or four shots and fell. i do not1 alrjy, all pain. 1cr.-WmI c'iic and
keep them moving. They worry and burned, though half the plastering know which way the men ran, hut saw t """"'3 the t remedvfor dfarhu^T- -
a the Spanish soldiers i every fis t fro m the walls. : them- turn toward University street. p-ioned---- ------.-.- is--- v ts-cor cccata

p sible way, .letting them have no .-J; L Br-a^s '. was the second The ne-gro wa& a large man, but the IxxAy A v a i -
"retA they can htlp it. You have house struck. jHre thet wihfdow- f-am- -e man wa- only of med sizue. Eanwr4-';n' Ar rIo andi ir t,--.- .l ;
heard of wild Tro-bteing walked-Micr T.o and frm-rr :L.- ',,.....
-: of wild, hor bIna walked curtains wcre burned. but nbob did not how the n'nro was raed- l "t i,-,.oak Ma. i o.t"n- v,', .
3 1a- w e e A- h o th -e rr a I a 'e le k H a ll-- 4. M ad :-f~ v-11 ~ -~ -
down Out West by a partof me. who wasau. but the white man had -on a ight i i"ae on tai-. iainn4. I -.I nur_ .-:- __ -- -. .
take turns in keeping the anLmals on -- ur -ri*at, li rt an did not wear a veWt. -i Hi--ay .pW -..r r -." -:-- - '
h at a ize -until -TMIa
heir :Lt for d -ayL ime, until - hat wa- .- I cannot d -t hs e "' M rw - ""L^ ;
t y are captured frm Sh-er wari- -,.-.- a .,. atuz-o. a I, ,-ou'idn't st themn d*-. -: --
-. Wel, th. at isthe -a'y theincur- -Wir h I t .t :, ,- fetu' a [ierld. te', PV.I La. ..l a. . -
genteare fighting Spain. 11r ^Old- - i ii Sr^- rc prter then read -h-l Idr;.-. 1 ak-r. a or. --- -.
S.-I- .n an--, of- affair which p I .: -.
-suh -as they are about to ent nr m -. : i a,, r the Jack v -nle Ct' T :
I-l il n a ;L \' ': '-- i ,-a,-,:t. There was a ir":' a..L -'~ '
u ; bawill on knoc aman i. c >s a. -.- a H,- lokd urpr-d when he hearw-d man 'aMt .r . --
cure a -70Z1' ud!It wfi-dl Vra a ~4 .- - 13u.
SCUBA'S CHANCES RFORi t -SS fair trial inc- ,f hain. ,- Aha i-t ha had been arre 'd anud f- = t-- 1.- a,.j .. "
-H w are; the change, for _eia-.r. nation 1n1C Bi-::..-r : '-tr, h VV fki'v --mu .th. e- th 4 I. t-y
.: ,.r-re d -i C u '- v i h. t I U T h e c a s i i s s t.. . t u dy i n t he m i n d s 0 r- f _+- "
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*- Tbe impre~on of thos famIiar &Th1ft' C', "tr'-ttf '^ ^l-i-w Non-^udh^ ,^ .- '-.-. -________- th: i that h -' -u -t- T ; .- 1. a' '- .-- m-esnu e -. -- A
resolution has advanced very mueh dru h U W Kit p-.s -
xrst CAr tit-;r- j.stm ".- ~
frtber than any of 17. ird. -e ,--1c-" r r of !trri -c -pfor -- rid juo s --euloas a a e i.... J.- _ -
n-plied Mr. Chase- "The ofli-ft EL-PA-o. 7i.x ^^ 1-....... -. .. :h-' .: _hi.e 4 LIQ U O R
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a iI the world's best produce to
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neficial pro;*rTi ive ; eflec-tuafly leasing the system,
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ofession, becau-se it acts on the Ki d.
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mrante satisfaction. -
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SrHighest maarket price paid for-
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