The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Physical Description:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
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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 ( Place of Publication )


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Archived Monday issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection; these issues have been reproduced within the run of the daily ed. for the years <1905-1909> when the daily was not published on Mondays.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32993937
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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with .toew a,o *0 'well *%epL

a lecture In Symphony Hall. Wore arer dications represomittlye Bosta audience. ltggu'4 we
Wr. Cook took bbiasio to rep. to suppoook 10,110"~
a o t am i ySthti quely at Counties. s p
Harr$, doe~ftexuan.In. a wwas article greatly %aft11 l. "ha.....
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IavoU~*Ws. ~ca. Ic gl to five PGeds of..
b meat. s you will se tha Mr. I
b t W S. bannans Atomre are all right whom OOV ftes ad y~a is 141*-W #g~wy applied."
;,71"as night Dr. Cook "W 11 P~ *MW
of t r%'s name In the list of IntrepidA IPS t S
what be Mg4 "dP eplrers who Wa preceded bin to I aIT
C0011 iI'm*$ t"e far lNortb. adh ~ rb ~ ~ O ~ ~ .
Met at Leeeburg lost Saturday ives "llo 11401111 1:ead O 11 11h14111

a S M eet at bts foi any ki e ofasubs: f1111116
asmall haniM of 00umon salt,4
dampen ft eu~ough to bold The rain

ve on Oct 20-21 i: to %w z sZ
thel tat med hod" thre Int away and ropa the appICRUM with l
I it. J. WoglO, a .so happy reunion wIth our beloved corn imore salt. Corutin. applying Untl lorida DivislOsk United rades. the salt fal. to show any ar-rn ftAiassee YUa. Oct 2. INWP plans on the t~oket to R. ~is
Pterans, has lsue the 2. l'ach caMp Is entitiod to one color, and then the patient Is 0O or MI Newo-Rcog, her, now Oalligd 0espee~
a for the fwth'eming delegate for twenty members and one of danger. imi.u FloriA. who will try to 111l OFrab Iab
division at UA" Oak: additional for a fraction of len menm TeMn ae eea atne Dloor Xir--in a recent Isom* of your soea.
Florida Division: Uali bers, nrovldad that e'ver)- camp in of this rernedy having been sa~d paper you publish an ar-ticle In "For %I*s er-vie Mr. SIM will te Veterans, 4cekson. good standing is entitled to two dele- with speedy and complete emooses which you wusee as with sonta tUm proper d me. he.... a nmat
llO.gates. As soon as dveltes ate so. it 1830M simple and so easily applied $ouitlawl Ooremne ad detle. I for Mo~tn's job as On ~imae ai.
No.4.looedtheadutntsofca ...~l bAt if asuiA8 to L- general kmfows -~ p -p #ft y",ats:Arcluead b upre ~

Circuit, Alaeh2 'b
ctiob, Bill f of

Iwo to the bill filed
161 Ole _4014141 that Alvs
IgUW YORK, Sept. 28.-Ty # 1:j.~ .teri ai~
De~n DW -eth At theri Stat 11 I
*1the State of I'!
batting average O n ao n aAA en rs eto h i'
IPA go O Nrt
Jpaper, big* Credit beihif J" *'*d~o ofNo il('':. 1t 't,
speedy Detroiter has a too-post INA~ WUOW J"b 011Pem Inth(
un the records over WdloI. 0fiM* t 11TO r*ftUI We SOA V Wd bind said (1'.!,,
th Atletics, who has plaid Inu sis Tbrea ujr -ISOMpw Isev over .
legs same. than' his ftgerfilvai "4G 26M t~ Aresien (1
Ende twelve 1ess Waits,. Cb erAtbletee ane 'Ipinfi 14"h. -l~ andsa~eonrsde~
CoIaii IW. M t
has had SO&c a 60d 110400 with tb* JounMediM OI$4~~fI3 f Cmlaint t'
stick or on the 01b&iS tlVftQ-bi p h 8
ban Waft,.~b the No-, ~ &~P MOUa9119, '*I* OcoeA D w.
tl.J 14anta A W#a Mu~m~5e $Won inou f said W)il ta
537~~ ~0 iSD UAawj A"50t 4111UCb- h.a! ipA.I~l~~ ht Ifosed by sa id(1, t, .
loving owe sphere at a .338 dlip. n ob KffA, All OqAjg %M. 0100UtVe weeks ill r u
111" maodi 41,16ties. noh ame" B newsa14.I
~~~p""O Vh ede si &~~ ounty and State.
-4e Al.m idt hisbs Mii. rot" This Septemnber 1'!i
Jakutsch -of the Phiites, who, bow. obi h vl att-~~ejgi~~o 09, 'otjj or A ru lp iL.
*ve, has played A onlr Blaet*m1~% Wklff U0,4hse for~~ amr~ata ek.ha l~~~~
There ar mre. stickers Int~~~ tb tOW4141Mi ByO ol. 8fct of EVAN H
Sm...~~ I -- -M ,!W *at SSf7$ thlatef'6bhLSi Solicitorfo
latnare E4 0 t0 9 Prsn hnti fi U wWl now be lhed w u e~teare C U A S H IE .
*I* In the Asorica League.o see i a;I Se 3.r~ Y 1.8 he 41be~~ e~~
'a-og~uf. hamov~p~~ ~t) NOTICE,
batmen to the "Wuner,-boo!ssl l theu S~B NM60U fmt t Soer -Notice Ist 0.0,mtaredbNi1
I7hose are the, men who am st -WWe 1q 4' h-t .n W~k afti i t aNter heI T
~g, ~ a~wa ~ ~ 4S~ ~ herof, toWit, ~i
4mG te Scith e Threeoal. hV~I ~"ek 00'1~ W0111,re bh 0 e Aha bib :.. R h. $@ 0"~ a*"$y Ia drii'r

Crawford and Caril$an, I thAi"e Wilt -040W 4A0100 tbo bh t~.itg ~~ to 'ROD. H. AMa"(111.
van oewe andWoomv~i 1 0 il":Alchufa county, Finq Hytt Meage, dW~ ~k~A ~le* h5e h o iY lV.~ Gainesville, for r to
hyatt,~~~~~bo ichfl 06ttW~iers ~l~ O' .. the following des. -a
'Aal I@ bem dfftheCmmence on 0,4 v,
rahurul YUVs'~"~'Vasity street in (;a iii. Fl R~ujn~4at~~Wh tt"t85dt point 480 feel S.i
in, 00 *mhNE corner of () tI i Illt
1. see testhu to beginning

*e4~t h. O~ tethe m~bape~T~.rehA. 0. S1:-:Vi'RG, fm.out 161r s ~ ~ Sptember 9, 1no!i.
M4.41eeser 0 o arU,*#W NOTICE.
NW RLAN, ~L .-tU the t*001 s 4~t~ 0h Nmereeae is~ h R ereby tgia fIot
)aloaAs"oMus, of Cam~ Ipatedwihim16C b It VAWs toll .an4 teyer. so, Ylfi~ 1~j t Frk K Bryson, duc.,i -,I have
*Am TbOIC & 0, 70n &W, W-atok we!lath in lilim. .1" the, 411in0ne and 400 a .- IpaNted to the m! ~~,ai
ean ii ~srae~th eiej~y ~ ~ ,Imawue. 40M siams and'demands arothe
aouuae the iiweqtloa of a eettft hi*ao a eas i~e htWM~amu rg'u sa pk4 W Y"lUU *4.1 *"to3 must be presitit. A fr 1,a.
ticker. If t i *5 as fted IIIWf I0UportIcq of ftutbe aetOgga Ws tateas taxes It it domeft y= v -wtin the time ro4'uiU I !,% I&
8* p' I a. avetles01 1. brets t'mtn~ahfinBa am. u.Ba ~am~..~a S a..4hal..a ...W.L tillwilbbebararreda,
B MGJIt1 mS6111001I'bpotohf n t o~ *'W Wag U -yo umo by* d'W. 11 I in 7 tW0, .B 41W IIIIIA19 MUaSd esat :!i~ I l to
4SlS~abls al~e ~The mechanical ~-ae .semas likel jobaw&a 1600111110 that katshl' I"eImlistiator. A. 0. STiAi: T
in 51 Yomr ooTed 1W the sna~m to solve 3 bothers~nme bbol problem m be rellld 46R U" 4114 *PSc September 9. 190 A-inL
vt 1109M* the American cotto ceo it it meets es.w ay The MhelmIspi*Atlauti.talan Wom of the family Eooto. W11 BV* call- I..
Isorased8 we OWLt- In aoe balaso"xpc tromeaft" 10 fomao i Wa Asloatiftm WWMS ics wail be towle at ase moment. The.
40 Mear hha.res beft ab*u AmerIMa MU ,od""ce v" l~ -~"4 X~wshr ad 9 it L~ that. ta sta Ish Is Dr, A.9 D olan
c. eGt.' TMe isotes %n us. $Ml Is. r^411, but labor has hee* WWc Sm"ANI aitad tMM A" owr aiW ftain **aft., -b I&dsaof
AnW.. with slavek Wel air thel oww flb. rm "Wl osMMAvi.1 04

tAE~~tIAC~fiL ~4 rive avy ~Residenve:
b- DIMriirc ______ fo ftca" foosliaMs Hotel lii'es
'Mif F01ER Domeu, amop ami aaveef. *rY f TbermIM ADde it
___________whe Is sead. It eamino sno atul Is coads toIlrld& It is, bIle for "The Usiversity of Florida aftrs fme I. Gen"i Courso, is WobnU entauc and alay &N ve Srgmpt Y Noembt'naer g13b~~me1i1 ,smoaeryi ii,~~8l oNysep~eee onresl In MApmktur Agriculture. Wolf& tfhe itt-hift i
SW AUl white cisen Of the Stat*. 3. IWLo.
M"e aaalrtes, ot the University, 11. tillage. q WIPAIA1 WWWq fpipq WqWa f

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QcerorP855 ~Was seen With His pain- Tuesdayh
Afternoon Is 4a


~rulIma N%11 134 hasba v. Themba,4 Pressident. ltdbd fMs ataY ocv
t AL \joun Hope e eet odo rs
30~ 0180SA4 00C-rom irtVcePesdn pine need tes in strip of vroodlind north
jog j_,ur the -& *0*- it Yl 0. Turner, Cashier. atf Beaumont Mill village, sear this T K
knoj) 1 hore that 41W city. as revealrd Sean Vice-Presdenter
riticaflh 0%. Wei ) TWelr oodVmrs and left the Police entheltes at sea.
p.~ it,11tit a to~l c ---- rbe coroner's Jury' aemiored a verdict
sa 1,1*e:Cnt at 4,144"Idlast night to the effeoct t"a the wo- f .w mf
also \%as big 90U, 1068=9O man came to her death by being ,.v efm p
LkRCTRS beaten In the hend with ese blunt WS t:a
bod'~~il h'broght 'Aa toInstrument. and resommended that
bom at HamuptOn, I. 41e* K. Broome J. G. Nishels Doe Poster, her husband, be held oni-"dW da
1ht re. .. ., .e~t A. Veabe the circumstances eurwtsodin the
Go~trn4 P. Duton W*. I he Talrcase are further developed. No Is ino
of ('hiartfl S. .Mtb W .Ty Jail.1
born ApI ril I~ i s,______ FU oster was see witha his wife TOWs
nt.[Nto be Gov~i~ so*b day afternoon In the wof where
&Wd held many polliduIed i her body was found. Jft~~iales any
Carolina, besi5 I. lalat'1 knowledge of thae mimed M sated NYU U t~ S U 8~
of the state LuI*w ad4 P er Cet -aid M & ih htaeI"OWbgWt
of the South Car"'.Cl I atngtthth atsw i ie Kde *o he Shb g Q" han the ~
r esdeening in a back with go &db YNA 011 ~ V K ASK. Twig W IV3Al
fatber~~w d6W of yeUSS. Dawlu n Itaeas
& Deat m dnknown "white SMu nogro Wtrw CC the eOW"i f$ Marta C. QLARR 4 F3LW
ber~ dieriver..111 She told Nom than she was tqm.on A af I" wl
when Miles Wst&( al en oa egbrn ma o:VFrea, sMe (ihtewl
At 11) MSey UREL JAIL BU S. me friends. ~'I WIt 10 eas nY
Cont So& ofrct ot~h Codtletym Mrs.if IoNe had bees 1d VAn th08te0~~
lek4in aL oo*1 &V AE RNH EV asylum for the lons a feesi months, toldso at elhevtete S
TK RNHLAE MLFw1 b' 'a-h to ael #Ae fam"g se '
schod at ight. If 1 ..muw. and returned anly tw eksaa s" x o te o *W 011ess Ove Gfhelnevl NAMssa'
Cflti'jobI '01 a Lshe haosi eblirm Molins of whole j 6A iM: T"n.dbt td
d ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h SokdO Oo I ASA ONYPIO9148 of Kwi anmd
maid~oril n nwslewe IsNASAU OUNY PISOERSare In an orphanage In Gregmville. 2%of IWj of Sw.t 87, Up 1. X. Jle. WILLIAMS,
A11l Columbia. UP. *6 OVERPOWER JAILER. The police bell#"e thes murder was it &, J.7 I3 TTRIYTL
won th Sout not committed to the woos but that N W "IM toI*
p in %%ashington ~bLthe body had been eafflod there, Ameu steiosez. Pmetleas In ls" and Fedea CeOWI16
of"tdby the Cholomn One of Them Is Charged With Mut. Pyiin a h
pical VnIiofl. bet 111am daring White Man-All Are been dea" owe te forty eight A lWeo VU1 a. At 00edar em Wftys
wean., to meet the 86,04" NIWV* hours. The skull was crushed In sov. SPrea before Yft woud do you 11110 a sem on 110ftrd Ay and Gemein
expenses he was umb to Neres ral places, one are was broken and good it f 011048 44letSL What od Wednesday to Strahlae
Wyh a short time.-Is 161?be the Angpes badly get. mae fod doa chid whem as soo"a llevleoe jm.~1 Y
to Ninovt* %Six. AbboetibOuW FERNANDINA, Oct. .-A most Poster at one t09me me a @W iteto e It'ssowash KIs i eatel by O oiy ta:, (arc'lhia where he 011119i& daring jail dclicetry was &1ceted at farmer. He is 40 yarm of an, Wbo WONi That's the Mobom your baby riblicatiolm Of Ilie 21 e11tysia the county jail here yesterday when arrested yogteudap b wpe ated to 1 44116 a Vne N!~s M.4t4a4 and %d 0
)I tn cha Ineb& oatd Jim Sauderson Jim Snith ad Iergin his room reading the Wb*Ie an iss Give At Dolan'otoV
ofThe Mflp" Jailer Tomnillu and escaped to prshis wife M4 bo udrd eI o the Lemm-i Sol by W- U. Jobs. IQ-1ld Medilit TreatiAt for
Wardi;;mc aHap, .Cuko.Th raettexcitement taken to whit the booy lay In th*0 .,.. h ec ~.~ os m ae y
14 o 14 he was chgrmS pyv&Ued~ &Anth surrounding country woods, and after 'Iwiag it Io n n, TsoeO ON11shb.d n "
VfnlyI-1..rcatieO 0*1111110 Io being scoured lov officers and cit* different hfh~sm. i aW of spe BONNl e --- a- ft 111a
*In 1,,!4 he waseouta" aas Wys thati 11,641 96011 at Miam IMC At 111t aflth
of ft, --tith CaraM~ 1451, Dring the morning Jailer Tomlin- at IM 6006*1mt f te memmt0kna_______________SadInlie Oy ~ sonf went into the J~f~tep~e f rms elof debts ofl ON D&empwty. levi_0a
For "-" al years be W" R of cleaning it and making his usual chemist of Floria. with headquarters ~ cS $1 WO result 11 arw r o
of t S9)th Caroli" 0601 Inpection, and when he olened the in Jackonvill. Am discovered &bthat 881 *
teu'-urmteIdthe pro rae Share of snowl war's ______________~'fmflItte, JW door leading to one of the steel cage. tb. wild coffee beow cas he Put to
)Ih.r~e ats liroen S~of he was suddenly overpowered by the practical use. A very valuable dye,.ua~il;Jn s
Caf! rs ociation. three prisoners mntionted abo~e lie or mjordant. qaS be maW* frogs the Sel onl hg Iatd

Prem Gturdays 0Ai Se"p
of Nagte we. a victor
CONDESEDbhre yestarfay.
IMINTY P. j. Norfiet of Newberry was W
.......- among the Firday visitors to GainesA RS OF GENERAL INTEREST, Mrs. Wlabeth 4yivester of the
O~dgED ilVy SUN REPORTERL Jonadle seeion was shopping Is athe

What Has Happened and What 1s Ge Mt.. B. I. Powell and children of
1mg t Hapen-Preefai ~ Archer were In the C1tY yeserday 001_______________________Social iteme of the City. aIs good and hand-palate4 obina

From F'riday's Dwl- wfi be on bition at The r F. large and Remodeled, M asking the Most Attractive and Pleas.
For Sale-Thity-POU ngasolae J. M. Vaniandlagham and mother,
tank. Inquire this ofice. Mrs. thod& Vailandlagham, were vis- Shopping Center in This Section
P. H. Smith of Newberry was a Itors to the county capital yesterday. *
visitor to the city yesterday. Mr. Rowland, an old citizen and
J. G. White of Newberry wastras. 'exCoatederste veteran, of High
actng business Is Gainesville yester- 80.riux5 died near there last Sunday.
* day. 0.W. McCall. cashier of the First U
W. M. Uttledale, the "candy kid," National Bank of Alachuas was trans. g
was looking after the Gainesville eting bushaess Is the city yesterday.
trade yesterday. W. J. Waits of Fairbanks was a Which Will be Announced -From This Space at an Early Date.
0. W. Young, the( blacksmith and visitor to the city yesterday. He caRwheelwright of Alachua, was s visitor ed at The Sun office and renqwed his.
to this city yesterday. subscription.
Judge J. W. dmith, one of the ptm W. W. Bruce of Fairbanks wap a
gressive citizens nf Micanopy, was a visitor to Gainesville yesterday, hav.
visitor to Gainesville yesterday. fag come on a short visit to his son, M ILL

planters of 'Alachba, was among Pte J. W. May, member of the board of LINERY DEPARTMENT
Confederate vetorses in town yester* county commissioners from the Wacs
day. boots section, was a- visitor to the Will be under direct management of 'Miss Lukens, W11 i- t
E. W. Millican, the naval stores and city yesteiday.
lumber man of Waldo, was among j. P. Prie was in the city yesterday quainted with the demands of this section, having been for siX c U .
those who spent yesterday in Oaines on route to his home at Archer.. He years in Miami, Fla., filling a position soh as only an artist could do.
will*. had just returned from a visit to
J. 3. Haynesworth and children St. Petersburg. Our stock is'absolutely new and was selected with great care as to
were In the city yesterday ean route Bryant Walker arrived in the city
to Citra, where they will spend some Thursday from Greenville. Mr. Walk- and quality, and with all.this we respectfully solicit comparison. Our 10r
time visiting their aunt. er comes to sacept a position In the of trimmers is busy preparing for this great event. See us for style and val
Prof. D. L Guy, principal of the Gainesville Parkltere Store.
High Springs school, was In the city P. P. Hendersoil and 'wife returned New Suits and Dresses arriving daily.
for a short visit yesterday on business yesterday from Lakeland, where they with superlntendeat Kelley. have been for the past two weeks on
Mrs. Cunningham arrived from a visit to their daughter, Mrs. J. F.
Knoxville, Tenn.. on Wednesday. Sh1e Cole. co -~ AO M Butterich
will spend the winter here, being as Min Raebel Roth of Kissimmee was fE
mist*4n wihMsMakrt e ate city yesterday, akins the Pfe
dressmaking parlors. necessary arrangements for the openT. M. Venable of Arredondo was in tas of her school whiah will commence
town yesterday. He is an old Con- at Traxler a next Monday. several weeks. She formerly lived Wellington, who is connected with the
federate veteran ad was here~to have Jr P. Parrish of LaCrosse was here sa#l her numerous old acqualtt Diamond lee Company la the capacity
his pension papers attended to by the among the visitors to Gaiaeville yes ances will be glad tq again welcome of bookkeeper. seN
clerk of the circuit court. terday, having come for the purpose he, to Gainesville. Clerk S. H. Wienges and J. A. Beal
Robert Miller of Newberry was of getting his pension papers certified Capt. and irs. Jas. M. Graham, have returned trean Fort George, FOR SALE.
among the visitors to Gainesville yew to before the clerk of the court. who have been absent for the past where they wer.t a few days since
terday. He says that all of the farm. several weeks visiting at Hot springs, for the purpose of bringing over a WE WILL SEND a i\ he n
ers have Oomploted gathering their a e s a f Va., and other Volnts of interest, re- pair of mules urchased by the Clerk tomato crate of nit. l gr
coi ropoan~hye mde a I vlld ellon, was a visitor to the city yew turned to their home In this city yes- for use on his tarm.
corn crop andbhave made a good .ield. terdy. He has for the past few to any addressi for Ad
Roan Nea of Hague was in the city years been editor of The Advocate in terday, meeb to the delight of their A. M. Cuashaa, who has been at, Mohr & Son., St. Pter l
yagerday o business -in the county that plase, but has dia pf his numerous friends. They have had a tending the Grand Lodge of Odd Fe)cltk's office. He was among a iium- Inmerest In that delightful outing but were lows which convened in Seattlee s OR SALE-Lot 14 tI
he who agme to have their pv.Wlaon pleased to again get home. Wash., returned to his home here yes. West Main anid touiohr tr
papers fixed according to the new% law. H. S. Wi ntoand dau ter, cit J. A. Roeborough, J. P. McDonald, terday. He reports a most plGsant Half cash. balary, on ni tr
T. 8. McManus of Lake View was yesterday on a shopping trip. Mr. C. E. Shaver an9 B. H. Lumpkin trip and a royal good time. with eight per ct-nt ii t.
a visitor to Uainesville Thursday. He Williams is one of the prominent oldt- formed a quartet of Gainesville young Mr. and Mrs. James Lovelace, who McCreary.
Is owner of one of the largest pecan sens of that section and states that men who visited Windsor on Thurs. have been absent for the past few FOR SALE-Ont
groves in that part of the county and the people are all busy and times look day evening to attend a social fune- weeks visiting friends and relatives 36-inch Virginia so to
will gather considerable fruit this fall. go. tion at that place. They returned in In Alabama, returned to the city yes- el r
some of which is now ready. the "early morn." and state that the terday for a abort visit before ptm bolster and eva o
Judse J. A. Caritale was able to aovfir t thambity yestA y b H e was spent ag pleasantly at they dg er hoe at Clrk. Information ad rcome to his offiee yesterday afternoon says business is good with the people do not regret the loss of sleep. I. W. Phillips and family of 3j 88. ar.Gin~
for the first timse to several days. hay- la this place and that the past few Poem Sundaysa Daly Sea mood. Oklahoma, are in the city on FO 8ALE-1.o"n b:4
lag been cou~aed to his home by weeks it has increased copsiderably 8. P. Nilbper of Newberry was a vi. a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. pier quet-Proor on?
fever. His many friends trust that owing to the cotton and the advent itor to the city yesterday. Williams of East Galuesville. They Prc $1 per hushd A
he will soon be himself again, of fall. Hon. J. A. Rosborough and wife of are well pleased with what they have desta. Address I
J. A. McClion of Willetord was C. A. Coletough left yesterday for Windsor were la the city yesterday. tenof he cit penedmay decide to agerRl P. 0
trasacting business in. the city yes. a brief visit to Tampa on business. J. H. Holly and children of Arre *isnCmay e tr hav e ts a
terday. He came for the purpose ofHgsonaso aaabrofsne-ddowr latecyyetra WionCm nysewtrehv
having a neambor of deeds and other vtias o amore aterse oflaes l~o eei the shopping.e A) new annotuneeasemt to this issue pof THERE IS NO 4,All
papers reoddin the clerk's offce. Tvmp-aan a h w ubert-ne Comptne shopn. JT er fRcel a The Sun to which the attention of sayene buntling Pihn*
1alomade a pleasant rala hswhich was recently drestroyed by fire among the shoppers visiting the city returno thelsag etfomte cilsuant esr I

Col. J. M. River was called to La- latectrmtopt.ysedy arkets they have added new depart- bottle. Ask W M
('reseyeserdy ftenoo torepne J. M. Roach. Jr., a largae and sue Mrs. E. J. Waldron of Grove Park "e!ute to this well appoetnted store poabyno
seat the, State toa an old murder case e-susful trnucker of the WAiliiton see- was among the shoppers visiting the tod are now enabled to take care of____whih as wuolie- abuttwoyerstis,. an a viditor toe the ci'v ye'ter '*Itv yesterday. a much larger trade. Read what theyLOT
sline. Ily a wai:tat he at irs.t aade day- and made a call at this ofice. 8. 1) Thomas and wife of Windsor aav.e to say in their sp)ace.a tipt~~hea'v, titaitg Hle has some twenty-five acres of ir- were among the shoppera' from the y OTLde*s
place pwitrdb hit a yed fronm o.e rtrated vegetables planted and ex~ East End visiting Gainesville yeaster Additionat Shert Sten a~ or a) L On, "OAdis
the telepchone.. pe'rtt to reap sood prices. lay. PO ET n
Joe' it-on. n oMd(Z.dowssvJ.e W.y.Alsopi and J. II Miss Eraestine Pagant ha rsture to RNT ac a s t
JoedeeBrown.. ar-t -ld*Gaine--*.ill b boy.E N
~aaIiitiwcit ett~tla (rw A.Hoa'll returned to Cedar Key yeste-r from an extended visit to Anhevill**. ACME1 APARTMENT HiOTil.. Jachi a Randolph-Mta-'e
aleee' e' s n enggedin:tt- to *Iwvand the naext few wee-ks. The 1 4 m cuch to the del.igt of h~er an>~I ..onvlla. V. J. Shiipmuan. Manage, lar sharni Nwa'
te iaaefacur' f e'~rals Tef[irer won' utly apout a few dasys rilands- Nice. comfortable rooms at reaso' Oataesvlle-RodI
gryhta shtchl now adorn the hitedt tad aI beo awell pleased alth W. A. MeNally anid wife resumed able rates. Roomers wanted byd, Reward for re~ta
of Joe remindi ats that it how two1 has the plaice that the' decided to return last alght freon lAke Ituth-r. where o wk-Rtsraoallie thirtv yeart snowitihe' editor t-ast hi n' : r rlid oeb- t ime outrto I wh~ilyba a large -'ont ract forthe ta lad in kne~'e aw It 11 Gaine- r Ala. i4 noew thing ith ha W N Wilson huas returned froma an
vilie friends are alan, ah Art t' ee .11r~ WM Kdwards. of this citty extruded tripa through the W,.-t. file---UIT anUFTU
himi. and hi' enajoys a geuei t end' for an In a: swinte wih the I.:. .ume-r tu friends 'al~tl'i-) taed t.

thib cit y to the app.r'ailag maiag 'i ar weo h Cn 001 isIttl nits fT.n a
of lloawswe Hlewlett th-arins to to' a 'aisitor to the city w''s' r.Le StIN ~ J L3 L R TCharlesw talden. Puteston The 'ut 1 E ttel the genial IroIpr toLr of was er. route toe her !b -i.'* hr
ding will1 take plan-'. in tilen itidg. tih* ltrow n H~ouse. is now taking a ho..t in the iartlheu ibut of t'.- (apital *(K),O(K.O() (10
New Jerey. on the elttwath uf Or~ miue-h nuee.ded4 eacetwi abl at 1 tetsntt< tober. Mr. Plat'uston to watl-known in *iietlt to~ quest of the say and fe-~a** W Wt Gttgr ct th. tv s, aCONSEtVATIVE--ROGRf this diay, where he attinded the l'at squirrel near Mkesaopy. u* to at aitor here yaterdi i' ..tateh We tah > paroes ia piee ea SeeIther at your w eret of 1toria for two .ears. sad compeated by Drs,. (I R Tiesm of this that all of the farwr'. usand piranad.~ to tavte yeu write or sel ea asM y neseo was asoted alth the Kapres Alpha cite- and HI I. Nontgomery of Maca that makes other kan s of buie a twtiesg er estag agos
fraternity. later he was. prha'es**e. IIopY cod its his town L.arg.'ecropse arev
Iwtary to 1W Andrew Stedit) fori anv Mrs (has P' Sath of New York "4uK planted. fl P11C'.T AI TN(i.VYb i
erl nonohs The aman' tra.'ed of (tty arrived taosimalanie yesterday Mr and Mra. 3 Hi Wtiztutes *this popuar young nsa wish htta and will be the gus.t of her Ssater Jackse'esile are la the tity fo~r a few~ R. Bated. ePag 14a'. O'
much leurvew and bespptaWAui and other adhth'es here for the sat days ea a short vi*it to their sea Ed