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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 3 March 1906

1 ff y h > C J I jIrj 1 I IJ > J r1 j v vd > l I Ir Irl2 d l LI 1 t I I ii 12 1 r THE SUN March 3 1906 t 0 R S DEPARTMENT DEP DJ3PAIR R TMENT OF AGRICVL A4GRIC UL lURE JUREIts Its Various Divisions and Scope of Work WorkBy Wortr WorkBy r u By W E Pabor = F Few Fc of tho farmers of Florida and andprobably andprobably andprobably probably it may also be said of many manyother manyother manyother other States of the Union fully realize realizetho realizetho realizothe tho mammoth proportions the United UnitedStates Unitedj j States Department has reached within withintho withinthe 1 the last few years especially since it itwas itwas itwas was organized into a distinct depart department department departmont ¬ ment ot tho Government whoso dead deadofficial head headofficial headofficial official thereby became a member of the thoCabinet theCabinet theCabinet Cabinet Its work has to do with eco economic economio ecoi ¬ i nomic matters of as great importance to totho tothe the we...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 3 March 1906

I N S to toI toI toMarch I March M rch 3 31906 1906 THE SUN 13 1 Agricultural Department DepartmentConducted Conducted by W E Pabor In a series of experiments in corn cul culture culture culturo ¬ ture and the difference in effect of cot cottonseed cottonseed cotd ¬ tonseed and cottonseed meal the Geor Georgia Georgia Georgia ¬ gia Experiment Station director reaches reachesa a conclusion that it is not expedient expedientto to apply cottonseed as a fertilizer di directly directly directly ¬ rectly to corn but that the meal should shouldbe be used instead Doctor Redding de declares declares deGlares ¬ clares that chemical analysis proves 880 pounds of meal are equal in content contentof of plant food to 2000 pounds of seed seedThe seed1JlO seedTie The oil in the seed is practically of no novalue novalue novalue value as a fertilizer fertilizerA A recent issue of the Miami Metrop Metropolis ¬ olis contained nearly three columns of ofQuestions ofQuestions ofQuestions Questions Answere...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 3 March 1906

r sr ITT ITTd mtitr mtitrsr J t d 1 e 12 THE SUN March 3 1906 t 11 I t K S DEMR DEPARTMENT DEP R TMENT OF 4GRICVL lURE TUREIts UREIts Its Various Divisions and Scope of Work WorkBy Wontv 4 > J By DyW v W Etobor E Pabor p i Few FeVof of tho farmers of Florida and andprobably andprobably probably it may also be said of many manyother manyother other States of the Union fully realize realizethe realizetho realizethe the mammoth proportions the United UnitedStates Unitedt UnitedStatea t States Department has reached within withinthe withintho withinthe the last few years especially since it itwas itwas itwas was organized into a distinct depart department department department ¬ ment or tho Government whose head headofficial bendofficial headofficial official thereby became a member of the theCabinet theCabinot Cabinet Its work has to do with economic eco economic economic ¬ nomic matters of as great importance to tothe toI tothe the welfare of tho people at largo as asthat asthat as...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 3 March 1906

r t tMarch p = Fi March 3 1906 THE T SUN 13 i Agricultural Department DepartmentConducted Conducted by W E Pbor In a series of experiments in corn cul culture culture culture ¬ ture and the difference in effect of cot cottonseed cottonseed cottonseed ¬ tonseed and cottonseed meal the Geor Georgia Georgia Georgia ¬ gia Experiment Station director roaches roachesa a conclusion that hit it is not expedient expedientto to apply cottonseed as a fertilizer di directly directly directly ¬ rectly to corn but that the meal should shouldbe be used instead Doctor Redding de doBlares declares declares ¬ clares that chemical analysis proves 880 pounds of meal are equal in content contentof of plant food to 2000 pounds of seed seedThe seed1l1e seedThe The oil in the seed is practically of no novalue novalue novalue value as a fertilizer fertilizerA A recent issue of the Miami Metrop Metropolis ¬ olis contained nearly three columns of ofQuestions ofQuestions ofQuestions Questions Answered in which...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 3 March 1906

i AI d 1t F Ft t I FI i 1 t II fi > J I4 ie THE SUN March M arc h 3 31906 1906 1 9 06 ii j j UNIONHADE UNION MADE SHOES SHOESThe SHOESThe SHOESThe The Marvin Shoe Co CoZ21 223 Witt lay II itrttt tr it Evtrott link linkSOUAIENTIFOA lINkIGIE IINkOLE SOUAIENTIFOA SOUAIENTIFOAThe OLE AlEITI FOft FOftThe 4 The Stetson Shoe 550 and 600 600The 600The OO OOThe The Packard Shoe X350 350 and 400 400FOR 400rOIl 400FO FO FOR MEN MENThe MENi MENThe MENThe i The Ultra UltraSlloefor Shoefor Shoe for Women WomenThe WomenThe WomenThe The American Girl Shoe for Women WomenMAIL WomenMAIL Womens WomenMAIL < s MAIL ORDERS ORDERSThe OIlDEILSThe ORDERSI I The Marvin Shoe Co CoJACKSONVILLE COJACKSONVILLE CoJACKONYILLE JACKSONVILLE FLA FLAR FLAR FLARUOnOurList R RUOnOurList RUOnOurListOF U On OoOurList OoOurListOF Our List ListOF OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS CUSTOMEAOi f fE E i A 1 T Ito RICHER RICHERWHOLESALE RIGK R RWHOLESALE WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERSpecial DEALER DEALERSpecial DEALERSpecial Special 4 4Qua...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 3 March 1906

r r rMaxch31906 March MarchS1906 3 1906 THE SUN 15 CONSIGN YOUR YOURFruits YOURFruits YOURFruits Fruits and Produce ProduceTO TO TOW TOW W H Christopher ChristopherPRODUCE PRODUCE AND ANDCOMMISSION ANDCOMMISSION ANDCOMMISSION COMMISSION MERCHANT MERCHANT10S 106 E Ray St Jacksonville Fla Flai FlaPrompt FIIf i f r Prompt Attention Best Prices PricesReturns PrlGeReturns PricesReturns Returns Day of Sale SaleReference SaleReference SaleReference Reference National Bank of Jacksonville JackeonvilloJOHN JacksonvilleJOHN JnckBOllvilloJOHN JOHN ZAHMS ZAHMSEUROPEAN ZAHKSEUROPEAN ZALIMSEUROPEAN EUROPEAN HOTEL HOTELIs i Is the place to stop when whenyou w whenyou hon honyou you come to Jacksonville JacksonvilleGOOD JacksonvilleI JacksonvilleGOOD I GOOD BED BCD8ePOLITC POLITB ATTENTION ATTENTIONGOOD ATTCNTIONi ATTENTIONGOOD i GOOD MEALS MCALSI Mt MEALSJohn U S Ss St I t t John Zahm Propr Propr12e 1 128 W Ray IY Jacksonville Fla FlaStrong FIIf FIIStrong FlaStrong f Strong and enduring enduringOL...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 3 March 1906

EI EIwwt On r wwt n ew n y taM + r r K r 11L r I I II I 11I I JL r 1 1Is 7 THE EHO HOUSE S E EIs OF CABLE CABLEIs C BLE Is as well known in Florida Musical Circles as asthe asthe asthe the House of Seven Gables is in Literary Circles CirclesPianos CirclesPianos < < 0 Pianos Organs and Piano Players PlayersSold 4 Sold by Us are so high in grade and so solasting solasting solasting lasting in quality that we are respected respectedas as well as we are known sf r sf i sf r d f fi fCall d dI r rI < i I I Call on or write to tono 110 West THE rADJT7 C CABLE AB TE CCi CO Jackso Jacl w sonv villeBay afe lle lleBath Bay St iJ r1 L Florida FloridaI FloridaWhen FlorrdaWhen I When you think about Musical Instruments InstrumentsSEWING InstrumentsSEWING InstrumentsSEWING SEWING MACHINES OF qUALITY OU ALITY An Excellent Chance to Buy an aJ Honest Machine Machineat at an Honest Price THREE CHOICE OFFERIMIS OFFERIMISUpright OFFEftINUpright OFFEAINSUpright Upright or cover stylo 2 side and ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 10 March 1906

t f In Number NUlDberI n this thisNumber thisNumber EVERGLADES DRAINAGE STORY STORYA I t I A 4 z411 z411l l A Journal of Cartoon and Comment If Its Right We Are For It Volume 1 1No No 17 JACKSONVILLE l1l1 FLORIDA MARCH 10 1906 Single Gopy 5 Gents < JU5T JU5TWHEN aU5TN TU T TYYHEi WHENHE WHEN N H EN ENETHNK NtTNI HE THINKS K5 Hlf5 HE5 HE5CBUHTT t1 S SfHUwr t CBUHTT RUMI IT ITOFFITVmL T THE THEOFF OFFITVmL OFFITVmLBLOW OFF liYILL IT YfiLL oLD BOY5 BOY IS ISBLOYY BLOW BEGINNING BEGINNINGAWINDY BEwiNlriGToi TO RCRIN 6 R 1 DROP THE i 2 r I Ir 1 C COIN91 COIN91w 01 N w I tG t G l lc11 c11 0 N r I d dQ h a j Q i 4 I ItiiiI I tiiiI tiiiIe e I i i ii i 1 1o rZJ Ac2TY 1 1j 1I 14w j o qN qNt qNi qNWINDY t i I WINDY PROPOSITION ANYHOW 4w ya r s i sq < 1Si r J1 i iJ f r j r W At j ji1 > < i1 ii > > > 7 i hill

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 10 March 1906

l r rf y f Y ii f I n nI 9 w ant March 10 1 0 1906 I I 2 THE SUN I I RECLAIMING I A WATERY WILDERNESS WILDERNESSSold I IH H Bold Plan of a Man Who Dares To Undertake What WhatOthers Whatt H HOthers t Others Have Balked At and Pronounced Impossible r j Essential Points of Everglade Improvement ImprovementTwo Two features of the Everglades E drainage project projectare are strikingly prominent prominentThe f i1 The he reclamation r of valuable land landThe lundt landliu t I The liu making of the inhabitants of that region the themasters themasters II masters of the markets for early vegetables and tropi tropical tropical tropical ¬ cal fruits fruitsA fruitsTrip A Trip to the Everglade Ever lade Region RegionBy By EDWARD I3DW RD FITZGERALD FITZGERALDWITH FITZGlR FITZGERALDj LD LDI I I ITH the hope of adding to the fund of information concerning concerningthe WITH the Everglade improvement I visited the scenes where the thefirst thofirst theb b first stops aVo being taken toward beginni...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 10 March 1906

1 1r 1March r I I i Marqh 10 101006 1906 THE TH SUM 3 3t s t I II I HI GOV MOW IIROWAIQIYS JIMS RD S PLAN PL N EXPLAINED EXPLAINEDSystem l i System of Canals and Dykes Five Hundred Miles MilesLong NilesLon1 MilesLong Long to be Constructed Through Overflowed Area The preparations for beginning the work of dredging dredg ng the first main maincanal Inaincanalaro maincanal canal canalaro are being pushed as fast as possible possibleThe possibleThe The first dredge is nearly ready for launching and when that is isdone isdone isdone done the machinery will be placed on board and the vessel towed to the thehead thehead thehead head of New riverThe river riverThe riverThe The machinery will be fitted by an export dredge builder and care carehas carehas carehas has been taken to provide all equipment of the best class classEach classEach classEach Each dredge will excavate one mile a month each cutting 70 yards yardsof of the 140foot canal which is to be 10 feet deep at point of beginning ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 10 March 1906

11f 11fII I II I I March 10 l 1906 I 4 THE SUN L L a merit or effectiveness that I did not consider Broward or his plan as factors in inthe inthe inthe the race race But when the election of Broward Browardshowed showed that the people believed believedin in him and his hi scheme I concluded that if the majority of the people indorsed indorsedthe indorsedthe the man and the plan it was time for investigation to beginGentlemen begin beginGentlemen beginGentlemen Gentlemen gifted with keener intellects than mine have stated in the public publicprint publiI publicprint I print pri t that they the have expressed expressedtlieir their opinions an the JEyfijgdaito EY w1 rw Ji Pjoaino DfA1nJWD oino n jwv axspoeition o osition sition While I may beg forgiveness for envying my more strongly mentally mentallyendowed mentallyendowed mentallyendowed endowed brothers it is without shame that I confess that I have not been able ablewith ablewith ablewith with the study I have up to his time given...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 10 March 1906

rT rTt t7 t t 1 i March 10 101906 1906 THE SUN S 5 Whereas It believed that these lands if reclaimed would not only remunerate this thiSS State for the of such recla expense reclamations mations but would yield a aconsiderable aconsiderable aconsiderable considerable surplus above such expense therefore thereforeResolved thereforeResowed thereforeResolved Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of o f the tl 6 State of o f Florida in General Assembly Convened That Congress be requested to grant to totJAAr tJAAr Sfafo ar all rf < acid tfI d itaraV kr 6 lying somJA of Carioa CUrioosttAatoueee aiW ataueeo eee river and of the tfienorthern trlenorthern thenorthern northern shore of Lake Okeechobee and between the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic ocean on condition that the State will drain them and apply the pro proceeds proceeds procoeds ¬ ceeds of the sale thereof after defraying the expense of draining to purposes purposesof of educationPassed education educationPassed ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 10 March 1906

4 4r w wr r YV r r 4 i I ti I I I 4 rim THE SUN March 10 0 1906 X900rim 9 l1 merit or effectiveness that I did not consider Broward or his plan as factors in 4 the race But when the election of Broward showed that thattlie the people believed d in him and his scheme I concluded that if the majority of the people indorsed the man and the plan it was time for investigation to begin Gentlemen gifted with keener intellects than mine have stated in the public publicprint publioprint publicprint print that they have expressed their opinions on the Everglade Drainage propo proposition proposition proposition ¬ sition While I may beg forgiveness for envying my more strongly mentally endowed brothers it is without withoutshnme shame that thntI I confess that I have not been able ablewith ablewith ablewith with the study I have up to this time given the proposition to decide whether whether1nMIIjJfiMtj whetherI I 1nMIIjJfiMtj 4A viiiIt I pti r YkfdsV1eGri9iP 4iCD2b5i DJSiaIIiI < iii jJI1li...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 10 March 1906

f j y 1 1March March 101906 10 1906 THE SUN 5 And Whereas It is believed that these lands if reclaimed would not only remunerate this State for the of such but expense reclamations but would yield a aconsiderable aconsiderable aconsiderable considerable surplus above such expense therefore thereforeResolved thereforeR080lved thereforeResolved Resolved by the Senate and Howe of o f Representatives o of f tho State o of f r Florida in Genoral Assembly Convened That Congress be requested to grant to this State all of said lands lying south of Carloosahatcheee CarloosaJl Carloo sa hatcheee tcheee river and of the thonorthern thenorthern thenorthern northern shore of Lake Okeechobee and between the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic ocean on condition that the State will drain them and apply the pro proceeds proceeds procoeds ¬ ceeds of the sale thereof after defraying the expense of draining to purposes purposesof of education educationPassed educatioPassed r rPassed Passed by the Senate D...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 10 March 1906

U q nb 1p ayY4i fan S rijtliii 7 Pii I it Iii rntE SUN n March 10 1906 SHAKING THE OLD OL 1 PLUM PLUMBy PL UN TREE TREEt i iBy i t I By Edward Fitorald Hon R Hudson Burr Railroad Commissionerj Commissioner Commissionerbelieves Commissionerbelieves j t believes in trying to hold on to a good thing and andlias andIma andlies lies declared ilia candidacy for re reelection reelectionHo reelectionIIewill electionIle Ho IIewill will attempt to grind another grist in the theBiuno thesnme thesame same old mill but the water that turned the politi political ¬ cal wheel has flowed out and the stream is dry dryWhen dryWhen dryWhen When Burr was elected Railroad Commissioner Commissionerhe he was to be the nettle that would prick the railways rail railways railr ¬ r ways so painfully that the public burden would be bolightened bej belightened j lightened of excessive rates ratesAs ratesi ratesAs i As the real thing in Commission reform ho was wasto wasto wasto to have the railroads cutting the ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 10 March 1906

C i March 10 1906 THE SUN 7 JOHN HENRY NAT AT WE THEATER THEATERi i By George V Hobart I FOR ME E I was down on the card to lead a alady aIndy alady lady friend of mine to a New York Yorktheater Yorktheater Yorktheater theater where you can roll around in an anorchestra unorchestra anorchestra orchestra chair at fifty cents a throwWhen throw throwWhen throwVhen When a guy can buy a couple of cosy cosycorners cosycornors cosycorners corners in a dead swell theater for fifty fiftycents fiftycents fiftycents cents per coze hes a mark to blow blo four fourplunks foulplunks fourplunks plunks to squeeze into one of those joints jointswhere jointswhere jointswhere where they feed you on problem plays playsand playsund playsand and fricasscd pasts pastsI I t figured it out that way and stood stoodpat stoodpat stoodPa pat patThat Pa That evening finds me in the parlor parloras as Usual You know the parlor I mean meanWhen meanWhen When a guy reaches that condition conditionwnero conditionWHOr...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 10 March 1906

1 1J J 1J J I LL J 8 < THE sUN st March 10 101906 1906 19MJ I i > SIl SHAKING KING THE OLD OL 1 PLUM PLUMBy PL UN TREE TREEI 1 1rl rl By Edward Ft Fit8erald I 1 f Hon Honn R Hudson Burr Railroad Commissioner Commissionerbelieves CommissionerbeUeves Commissionerbelieves believes in trying to hold on to a good thing andhas and andhas andJms has declared Jiis candidacy for reelection reelectionHo Ho will attempt to grind another grist in the thesame thesame thesame same old mill but the water that turned the politi political ¬ cal wheel has flowed out and the stream is dry dryWhen dryt dryWhen t When Burr was elected Railroad Commissioner Commissionerhe he was to bo the nettle that would prick the rail railways r raili il ilways i ways so painfully that the public burden would bo bolightened boI I lightened of excessive rates ratesAs ratesI ratesAs I As tho real thing in Commission reform lie was wasto wasto wasto to have the railroads cutting tho buck in their theirhaste theirha...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 10 March 1906

i March 10 1906 THE SUN 7 I JOHN HENRY Y AT A T THE THEATER THEATERBy TIIEA4 TER TERy By y George V Hobart FOR ME I vas down on the card to lead a alady 0lady alady lady friend of mine to a New York Yorktheater Yorktheater Yorktheater theater where hero you cnn roll around in an anorchestra anorchestra anorchestra orchestra chair at fifty cents a throw throwWhen throwWhen throwWhen When a guy can buy a couple > of cosy cosycorners cosycorners cosycorners corners in a dead swell theater for fifty fiftycents fiftycents fiftycents cents per cote hes a mark to hi blow oft four fourplunks foulplunks fourplunks plunks to squeeze into one of those joints jointswhere jointswmro jointswhere where wmro they feed you on problem plays playsand playsand playsand and fricassed pasts pastsI I figured it out that way and stood stoodpat stood1m stoodpat pat patThat 1m tThat t That evening finds me in the parlor parloras as Usual You know the parlor I mean meanWhen meanVhen meanWhen When a guy rea...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 10 March 1906

I i i Iri 1 A r Y Salmaay SaluTtJ GHrcH y March tpllJ 10 1906 1906 I d H THE f SUN d J EDIT E D I T 0 y t dig George and Little Me Too TooWe TooWe TooWe We think it was an undignified thing that Governor Broward did last Satur Saturday Saturday Sutur Suturday ¬ day night when ho discussed his Everglade Reclamation proposition from a street streetstand streetstand streetstand stand standIt It was all right and proper for N B Broward CANDIDATE FOR OFFICE OFFICEto to speak to whomsoever would consent to hear him from fr m any available availablerQstrum availablerQstrumr rostrum rostrumat rostrumat r at all times and places As a candidate his acts wore his own and the policies policiesho ho advocated were but HIS OPINIONS unindorsed by the official voice of tho thopeople thoi thepeople i people peopleWhen When Whentllo the people of this State elected him to the highest office within their theirgift theirgift theirgift gift thereby indorsing him and his policies he became the representa...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 10 March 1906

+ I I A L S THE SUN NINTH PAGE PAGEif < PAGESaturday sf 1 Saturday March Ma rch101906 10 0 1906 Pardoning Board Condemnation Hysteria HysteriaFor H sleria sleriaFor For the benefit of those who are loud in their condemnation of tho Pardon Pardoning Pardoning Pardoning ¬ ing Board of this State we reproduce part of a long Pardoning Board condemn condemning condemning condemning ing editorial in last weeks issuo of the Punta Gorda Herald edited by A P PJordan PJordan PJordan Jordan JordanThe The Herald does not share tho evil suspicions that are expressed It believesthat believes belieVthat believethat that tho Governor and tho other four members of the Pardoning Board are hon honorable honorable honorable ¬ orable upright men who are earnestly striving to act conscientiously although althoughsome some Lake City people charge them with being robbers But the Herald docs docsbelieve docsbelieve doesbelieve believe that these State officials have again been deceived a weakness to whic...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
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