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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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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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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&rite tor dispayedl atreitsawenlu m~d
tcaoft oft auslieatlon.
W^AU advertising bliisbeeam" after
a of- ne
ttwisM stpUlated incontUact. Parties not
teinw tons willbe required to pay for ad-
-tMin adVa i
T-" WEEKLXY 8UN. the edition of Tma
Dx Su. i8 ansB-page S-aCemn paper
-amblmbed evety Thraday, and contains an-
-M& bfievfftie week. Local, State and Gen-
WaR. !tisthe best weeky paper published
t gridat, and wil be mailed, postage free
t =y partof the united States or Canadft
tmwAL a year-l adtvane.
l l re-mt-es should b made DV exprm
in.Ovwder or rexIstered letter. address
S :. - -ESUN
Dr. 4.-M. Westnioreland of Atlanta,
ukmwnto-the drun trade throughoii
the- -sot- is dea y
Virginia-is not-so wealthy as before
the-war at least in the estimate of the
first families, but still has a. valuation
of 3 8M 331,4fl .
The- ffeinquent tax list of DeLaid
omprisms only 40 pieces of land. Many
GAimesville creditors would be elated
-t suckitashowing ianthisct

A- X Kennedy, 71 years old, died at
Topeka, Xansas, on the 13th inst.
a--fter &amty-eigt d&S't fa.t He had

- paralysis and was visited by
cians far and near who etuld
o- zt for hi prolonged life.

not ac-

A A terrible wind and hail storm
S: ; passedI over portions of New Yorc,.
- -New-Jersey and Connecticut -Saturday
evening, leaving death and destruction
: n i-t-patB. Crops --were badly dam-
-: -age.a-d in many instances completely

The firt number ofthe Middle Flor-
ida Industr a l Bulleti6n, published
- nmptbly at TalIahass6 by, W. G-. Pow-
- al -_-- iou. 091or table- The Bulletin is
--- -deed ezaeolsfely "o the d6pvelop-[
meat and -promotion of the resources
-of te Tallahaee country.
THE SUN returns good for eviL We
S repeet the feelings of the wife and
-chil dre-, ani d vene though werhave
wieWtfor faring" tha actions of
a oerfta i-Andividual who has never
S_ ilan opportAnity to malign this
journal and every one connected with
it, we refrain from making the matter
^ prblic. ____ I:
MisM Dm7ewryConway of Mobile, Ala.,
and Major J. R. Ludlow of Norfolki j

Good for fJ




Ex-Chief Justice E. NL Randall. of Sir Vista is the fifth representative of
the Florida supreme court, died at his te Matchem house tr win the English
residence in Jacksonville on- the 12th Derby.
it .. A fair and race meeting has been ar I
SThe -foll0owing sketch of the life of -ranged to be held from Sept. 2 iLo30
this eminent and honorable gentleman at Sioux City, I&a.
is taken from the Jacksonville Times- Scotlander, recently burned to death,
U3ion0 was the only stallion by imported Bon-l
Edwin M- Randall was born in Cana- me Scotland that closely resembled his
Sjohari . Y, April 5, 182I and was .-
therefore -73 years of age at the time of The amount of gambling this year on
> ii~/in~, r^o+^ ^aR riiH^wheat UI distribu~ted,- would- cover -All
his death. He attended. the public W, dte, he wou coer al
----"- +" "t. d- the betting.on thetrotting tracksfora :
Schools of his native city, and after- b th i g t
wards was a student in one of the lead- Bwn s w_ L s ctre "a rexrdn
S -- -- --- _.- ,-. Big. Bos who him captud a record i
lug law schools of New York state. of 2b3, i -the -imprt Percheron
In 188 he was married to Miss Mills, Gambetta. Big Bones' weight is 1.300:
of his native state, and afew years po.nd& -
Slater he removed to Waukesha, Wis. Dr he ast six years Baron de !
It was in 1868, durin, his residence in Schicker has won the Grand Prix de
the latter place, that he was appointed Paris hree times and M. Edmoid Blanc i
'by President Johnson to the position three times. &
'of chief justice of the suprme court of Joe Widger, who rode Wd Man
. the state of Florida. In that position IProm Borneo to victory in the Grand
l he was considered a fair jurist in every National is known as the pucky boy :
respect, and won the respect of the en- Wat- od
tire state, not only among the repiabi- Pire.Laiard intends entering m
cans, but among the democrats as well. the Endlish Derby until he getb a
Judg Randall- filled th office of sm asher and w ill then pi on the back
Jadge -Rtaddaill filled: the- office- of ^ p owM "
of his jacket "Follow Me."
chief justiee of the state until S85,- p. -""- .Ifi in..-- a
.. _... .-.. .. ..f -,The sporting parson sti smlml-
when e resigned. During his term ishviUages. Thebellsof three churches.
of office Jacksonville was .his home, rangot t chimes when Lod Rose--
and upon his. resignation he came to bery's Sir Visto won the Derby.
. this city, where he -has livediever A'horse u hung over the door for
Since. good lunck fell from its nail on to the
Shortly after his resignation as chief .head of ah Atchison <(Kan.) girl a few -
justice he formed a co-partnership for days ago, injuring her seriously_'
the practice of law with John T. and The Prince of Wales' two winners at -
SGeorge U. -Walker, under the firm Ascot, June 17. Persimmon and Flori-.
name of Randall Walker and Foster. azel-- I, are full brothers, by St Simon
In 1887-the partnership was dissolved out of Perdita I a mare byHampton-
Hermioneby YugM~ore
and Judge Randall continued in prac-I __mie, _by_ Ym_ -M.._. _,
tice by himself until- 1891, duringrv ir la
which time -he.served as city attorney--.,/-Ipl dsl--
under the administration of J. Q. Bar- Has been my afflicetion from childhood.
bridge. He afterwards formed a co- It was ca.ued by impure blood and every
partnership with Stephen E. Foster. Spring I was sure to-
This co-partnership continued until .I I have a long spe ll
S- -- and my general -
Sabout a year-ago, when it was dis- oth w- give-
health wold 9
sclved,- and, After a few months prae- wa. Doctors did
tice by himself,- Judge Randall formed x- me tct little good \
a co-partnership with W. 1L Bost- and I became de- .
wick, Jr. This firm has continued j pondent.* Last
ever since up tothe time of his dath.I spring erysipelas
Judge Randall was a brother of ex- settled in my eye3
Governor Randall, of Wisconsin, who and I became total-
-~""~unde ~ ~ ly blind fur several
was assistant postmaster-general under I l we.d's Sar-
,, i .^ ^ - -3 .-- "week--. Hjood. s car- 1
the administration of President:Lin- saail wa r m an af -
coin, and postmaster-general under ingm one bottlemysighctgradnaU lreturned,
the administration of President John- I my blood became purified and I was
restored to good health. With Hood's Sar-
son- saparilla one is well armed to meet any 0j
The -deceased leaves, besides his foe" Mi. LLU. LEB, 14t7 Market St., j
*e ^ \. .T- ^ T ri MMemphis, Tenn. Rernem6;3
wife, three brothers,- 0. D. Randall. em Tenn. Remember I
who is a prominent merchant in Chi- 0 0 I
ago;-A. Randall, a dunggistin.Min- 3ISI.JF L ^J
nesota; and Marcy Randall, who is I "1I
interested in min~ing in Idaho j 3rSapariI f aI5.
Speaking of the agitation of the IIs the Only True Blood Purifier promi- I
icial q .tio. Congrsman Cooper nently in the publie eye. p1; six for5. \
of this district is quoted by a Wash- Hood's Pills enea-!hai-vm ;
igton paper as saying: "The democ- j
racy (of Florida) has al endorsed the NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
cou-seof theadministration andIthink -k" "
will continue to do so on financial ARCIeR, Fla..July l, l8--Notice is here-
Sr "- t". oor n| by given that J. K. I uten of Archer. Florida. j I
measures."'* Mr. Cooper IS talking has made an assignment to me for the ben- ,
throughh his- hat. The fact is that the efitof his creditors, and all creditors who .
I lvt e in the state of Florida must file within
coursese of the administration" is any-f me within sixty days from date sworn -
tsng but ssfator.: *.t the-deoe- statements of their claims against said I
thing but satisfactory to the democ- assignee, and all creditors residing beyond -
racy of Mr. Cooper.s distreit, and had the limit the state i
~ meutibin ourmonths- from date-~
it not been for the custom of nominat- sworn statements of their claims aRainst i

lie, -

- F'lorj4~

r o a General Banking Business, buy andti sell Foreign and Domestie..i
S The accounts of Banks. Bankers. Corporationos. Farmers,- Merchintsa U'
others received on favorable terms. Special facilities for making -
Collectonson all accessible points in the United States.
Sea Island Cotton, English Sea Island Cotton Ba
Cotton Seed, Gin and Ginners' Supplies.
Full supply planting seed for sale direct from. eJ staud, ,. C(, -

did you say?
Yes, that describes ow I fed.
I have no energy left; nothing inter-
ests me.
My strength has left me nd I have

-tperson -that I used to be.
1 look and feel fororn and miserable-
My spirits are low, I feel

I am constipate a"d my digestiol 1
is out of order.
Ifeelalmost hopeless, it seems to me
that I shall sever be strong
again. v.
Cheer up, your case Is far from
being hopeless. You are suffering
from general debility, your nerves
need toning up, you lack vitality.v
The cure lies in enrichiung and
purifying your blood and strength.
eing the system. You should take
Brown's Iron Bitters. It
will restore you to robust, perfect
health. You will Improve from the
first bottle. This remedy is peasant
to take and is a very powerful
strengthener. It does not stain the
t*eeh Rut t4 thA h;ahc --a -

Made by Lette r Wire on Cotton Samples. Seed or Lint Forward4




crossed red fnes OB wrapper. Ti'E. fIHDtPTflOV 1. 'TL
Gainesville, Florida. The Freshest and largest variety o f
A in the city. Orders by ma vpromvuyQ
F s P, C# :We "Meat" Everybody
0.- qru rBP A r&U atjour store, and it is generally aa_
S tirely satisfactoy meatin.. T -.ea
& "Real Ete We Tender Tender Meats
F{;_ulai inU ia Real Estate Agent to out stomers-. the fr-est, hst
he -New Florid- and Northern Air Opposite Brown House, Gainesville, Fla san o ju -tts hi. nm
Line. Farm a grOve y The Lamb Costs More
. E G-UNESVILLE -DAILY AT _:o' erty, phoadhate and timber land, and wechrgeaecorliingly" Sabe
p. -n, arriving jacksonlille- D... Z3 ,b I-- T .hoeecutsare. sold IasI-: Ik
at] II ad 4lliesno missepresentatoit.
tt; Jackson ille daily v:30a a. IB. and 4:15 SMITH & JTACKSOfN liesn misrepentatioa.-
p. m. lor Everetl. conuecling with Ea-t 1 " ,.^ They Loose l0wtom
rennesse R.I ', Savannali, couneting wni rPhoneANo. 3-never gai it-we simply
r. -11~~ever gais i t-we simply OrWwamINJ v-
'entral R.R-tL ot Geoir-ia- Fairax, Denmark, l-, IL+, beef, veaLinuiton,.lamb, perk d __
CicagoI trtobjutawehv %lz
olumbia. Ilanville.- Washington, Baltimore, -, D"e. IVuiLLif, to be just as we have repCeid.I f,
Philadelphia, _ew York, and all northern Ponltryand Eggs. people keep coming to ns. Oir6rmei
points. Connection from Gainesville, via '-eTataflard a scaltv y eats- iveredfre must be true. It lthisis teayBe flI
Callahan at UVulee. Leave Gainesville also L Iofcar spec.l.ty. ea l e atthe*hI l
t1:0 a. nm. diily except Monday. Arrive- far__'- ".. ra i ,
Gainesvilled-ilyex<-xept-s$n day at --.Wa-m. r :0v ._ 1n
"Leaves Jack-sonville daily al 5:45 p. M. for .- . JII i IVt 1D EL vv:2
incinnati ,by F. andC. LiiMited). also for l.. _-DEALER IN "________ -____-"
Louis by Holl' Springs Route. via Everelt, :L "' " '
Naeo,: Atlanta; also for Kansas CitMy, A ni PhinP -V ITvT
.rkanAEand Mi>ssoari points. Connects at IiiUUAll- ~eI M hlUnllesl S V- D' U J.LKJE'
)Du Qnan with ?olid e-tibule Train of the sold on easy terms. Offee at L. "LR -
Ilinoic Central for Chicago, Dubuque, Sioux J- _.' 'rng a Iana -DEApLER cilN
-,._ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ qe *-z i A. Jerni -a n'. x 'tirin- P-a l4Upeeial-t-y + ",(
:ity, etc e t-- c.. + = -
Leave s Jacksonville for all points, on theiT l B R. JL. PARKE,, r .-i w
eslrn ion, Petsaola, New Orleans, I.VV. UawKI JifS j NilO U Om :AV
['eas. Mexico. California, and the Pacific ... -.- -
oast, ;4-Vam. in PrOprietor rll i WI nA l
Leaves Jacksonville for Tallahassee aad Pror -to r WIlN ES and iKEER.
aterineliate points daily .p.m.-" CY BAIRBER SHOP. LIBERTY STREET
Arrives Tampa 7:10 p.min. .ou -.thwest Cor. West NiIIi
Arrives Gainesviiie from -all ji 6 :5I I --t "I"" -
P. "l -iA.O-N lost cow !eN "- T -Ts T --
THRUOFGH SLEEPERSATO j-P __ Prescriptioms care- .,J
-.E. ,DA Y.A ent.(;-a-.ihes.vilI-ie-

In Effect July 11, iV, *
rrain.Nos. Daily Train Nos.
ol. N6.2 STATIONS No>. '. No.4.
[v7.i.a Arl0ta.IGainesville.Lv : -p Akr .6 p -5
v..... .Lv .... ('anon'! C'.Lv .... Lv. ..
1" tt'inl TvL-- "t7 r z -__Y

-* -. r -,- ^ ^ t,*.. n~<,m w<-. Va., wI re u U19 at LIC, 7., ing for a second term Mr. July1l-4w Assignee ot J. K. Tuten. v. .Lv ..Cro-s Xin..Lv. Lv
rmcy. The grWom is 65 years of Cooper's course on the financial ques- Lv --WiFld-v.Lv-
.a Lv 7* Va .-Lv g4 V AV lahoota + . Lv 4 67 "p
a-e and the bride 39. Major Ludlow aon would "ave been condemned by A. i Lv 7.5 _Lv 4.15.I Lvit.iup
and' tA 1w-tion 'would Ie eindILvs-.O Lv%4-..Clyatt'-. v4 iL v6JS- p
-l-: ietisriiq.,yoimfLv.Lk-i Lv .Flewel lets. Lv....Lv......
w -everai mayor of Norfolk retiring himto priate life. As it is, Lv- Lv- Fingers MI..Lv. -Lv .
Aid Is a brother f Barnese ZlU- the -vote he received is nothing to= be Lv5Lt-A-I-.Ki^kwod.. Lv- V.p Lv p
Lv -...1'ntg-amy'a. Lv ...Lv .-:
_-c er of Germpy. proud of. A free silver democrat will L s v .i Lv9.5a-.Tacoma_. Lv 4.;p Lv...,p
_____________ erit illS fl 1 I % L Lv Sf v .9ZZt_ _p Lv- Lv -
...'_- : :.. uc eed Mr. CooLper in I. &29LJ acLvLv... 0-Ml nop' y Lv 435pLv5.-44p-J
v.-v Lytmy iI Viv ...... Lv-- ..... airmrSw'+h:Lv -Lv. -.-
..Everythn is not altogether lovely Roins College, as well as -Ithe wole a" i Lv" on .SL, -
in --"camtp in Kentucky. lins ege as well asthe whole and Ariia LvS.s .ih -ie-. ArLv-o
S.. n ato ksob e -'e ledt state, hast e son to be- proud of the ; Ar-Lv ....M yCra- .-Lv... LV
lb 46lldthe..
-w" by thestatecoammittee andIhash record made by oridboy a Van- H. E. DAY. Ps. PAaent.
derbilt University.T#Hamilto n -JohnsnE. DAY.________ Pass.___Age
-his&entioatut to addressthederbit Universi Hamilton Johnson- V J.iHERLONG.Gen. Man. --
-Bpeq e-oosU t s saidtihat -a "tyof of.f sty at-Rolins College, Winter iI TH
-t h.on the statetiket a ,P"- wen to Vanderbilt t take II I
.eA-- tOt retefi courat.qu Atthe-reent-close of The a I I n
a 2 iloil ioaeuet the scholastic ya hr Jacksonvle
,-^^ -" Tampa and U UUI I I JI
s -"hoIo r IsIn eleven -t of tir "" ..Key West |r I Je
- _t" -_" -o -" "" "studies, and in the other two he tied ailwa eed to lay gas Pipe do plmtng
__ __--. _ .. -.---- -!jusilnt gas fittings andalnece aryaPPlI4
.with otherr SmtudoOT-" -- -""" fo r.... an.n. ew for producing a good tight at ches
'b --^ This shews what- Pln r o c-a N0 A -ratel. Tlevarealsmreparedtofamish
abo what oloid campa,-whio can do in Iut Ik'' _;G o
... t O fitting themsto cpete-with othesiUe e wl I a
._j^ -- ". ^ UC*tfae large ant""trver&ris TboUkj t el y W111 se"Sl' Bat oT~
"-i,-ettber Neember and J auary t1,-eo gt "s h-pries-=rentor-let-ontria .ewerage plumbI
-~the- 1.1 Of all kinewis.W r zgaratedtogv
--S- l ---Upon themo-utb Our.- . u r d"Det is,-- ofWaldo wr -Il we-so -'el
-_ *2iM til e- e= .. .and- turkey.- u IIIA Hard-&SoftCoal-
I -- '-- " o-er the ro adlaOw. tIhro-T he ne.w law di- I II L U IIIl II .- .-
f e r s-l T e r R U^q fi o m t h e O d t h e J v I l a .: B 1 -1
nfwmn threto..-- new-ft ur (orrather-oldo0S)-Were ASk j
add d at the req es of -theMiddle a -d S "d n. A
.". r -_ W"s .lo -ia --e- ^ t ati. It. is4 5 J* W-. & "Ki -i a. -.ftaifonery2-
_- . -m W .. .. :+=__ -.--j"1.+- "" .. i -,M -.^ pa- se -vui "ii i -' -Om iyfr--
-i --ha-t. ,via
inedordiw hatOVU laeuu let otiowalwith-the county-eoinmis- wi.teGnea asn
+- ~sumr l -,t-,.+zl-slm em- m -Write tbe Geueral"Palaem-uerlv -Y." i
-as.- p._ is-_- r b- .._ ,-- -s~ht if sloners to work the -reads by tax is-.
th Other O& UbidCtU It~irby-aMl ritltattmo ih-An _MMU* "^1"""'10*" (cetwated Czndit
-Iml by and w s h l very wiw_ .dcided- to. onuue .this W.- B. COFFI. Gen'l Supt. I Agnt for the worl-renowmnd Water-1.
LTa-i tmw I ,moym nw G. D_ AClKIEIIA&Y4 Gem as. PAgt i,, mn~i m'
of tyishoedthtthe ouud t steoly way- in which N-" CEUE. l Atman fnan pen.
t- i -I_ .ot ,te mpell t. the "-(det ropertyJACKSO.. VILLe. .All the adinc p"r- and-pr"ess.
coaad~fthe owne to 606irilbute his proportion D;1i'ii
-ftf02" esorts fe sk afetbd towards_-f'?*"1^
sa saurea -pr r wat, ^ Itib ondkion g roads In good ii ()V V
t' t Ia--- "__._ .- Is the time to buy Milli- To t .pb Wicef i.4nalncvii-d
Ssatesl interfere ad orde such brutal- Thfep rmnot this pIper will be Cucap witb allawantina denial work for tb- i x
-te Le d to b m that there at t A i- twelve tmoths. I v"i extract ad PC;It fzl,:
_____ a dreaded ld b--4 We *ower and upper-ort r4 tseotbafor M *Aofa4M
S: -"----- befeabletocure in alli-*tgE -. a, .X & K R in" ia -m--i...tractl-t Vofuta eoutv is looklag around that is catarrh. HaM ba Caeath Cure little palsa anyenuit in F-orida.
tefaMBmi s...go.rnor. When is theonly poit*ye cur- kownto the . .
t may expet that hJ edal frait ahCh being tobu.l-- .. -. ,
wMllala wat to .name his cainel-~ iotestitioSxl dii*MA-. ,r qRe 3 c- T.i CABt^rER E
Tatkharu Florida. ftimteioAal treaMment. RaIV Catarrh C v szt at
FnlythFe I ^ofIi& -1 l- o1 0theSP deyin broiderie,. children's cap B AsT"H-R.
-"ady hais *aadid W for te the oftadat of- th ae TTO-r-A
t _. ffeftk a, .ion1 Otamtw li tbe tn Ist -U. n -o h u- -FA
ahm"so.ofthan oef~tan00 audinfaf uhPh-t Pe
.-_ umimn f ft ia 4 ag it&m wtrg Tbe- pt-t.-. t t... -... ...... H i
h- wa th. ra tteAa-; .o Vo. i pow. that the offr One H-- w
CUn- ..toe6 ot- f -anofe it s tdrW d-"rs "e that I fa. n<(t suspect, Rememb-er T .
tto-- mw_ S.eed-fofr A--r'1tk u-str.LtA -
probable that -a r.e ty-l .and .-. C' t .he, ,PI
the .- ,--t & _..T o 0 i T _- - .. RI-
AM -0H.bE+ - M1RS. M. E. ROBIN.ON. I -. --,-

SH-1KhI11J5 J. VJIDAL. aTheube*stLmio.
fit- HLItLUI rIlln Jrad-and WhtIekA.-.. '-
-EAL-R ia Ibest and Iresbest h hlerai-o
~jjfaljtif Cheulcat ^ AIN the city. Foreign and Domefc^
-ft SmokIlne and Chewing Tobaeco. Ac l
MIING EWN.IEER. EIDIE[ F[ILT GRIOCiIl eading brand& Prices to suit the-ti..
Office and Laboratory- i ,, ,-it IO PAt 2im ibe Jlq -
Williams Block. I Grwn Hay,. | I PPure Alcohol for sale in any quanay
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